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Imagenomic Updates Photoshop Plug-ins

Imagenomic released updates to Noiseware 4.1.1, Portraiture 1.0.1, and Real Grain 1.0.1 for Intel Mac and Vista compatibility.

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February 14, 2007 – Software developer Imagenomic, LLC released updates to their Photoshop plug-ins Noiseware 4.1.1, Portraiture 1.0.1, and Real Grain 1.0.1. The updates now support Windows Vista and Intel-based Macs, as well as Adobe’s upcoming Photoshop CS3.

"Today’s announcement marks our ongoing commitment to provide the digital photography community with the best tools available in a highly dynamic environment," said Imagenomic CEO David McDonell in a Feb. 13 company press release. "We have been closely involved in the development programs of these three imaging industry leaders, and are responding to the many requests from our user community to maintain a parallel leadership position in the plug-in software space," he said.

Imagenomic offers different plug-ins applications for Photoshop. Noiseware aims to reduces grain, Portraiture retouches images, and Real Grain is geared to render film-like grain.

Readers can find a full software editorial of Imagenomic’s plug-ins at https://www.reviewed.com/cameras/content/Software-Editorial-of-Noiseware-RealGrain-and-Portraiture.htm. Imagenomic Noiseware 4.1.1, Portraiture 1.0.1, and Real Grain 1.0.1 updates are free to current users and available at http://www.imagenomic.com/download.aspx.

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