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The reason why I love this product is because you can handle the interface window without ever needing a manual. Now, my prints have different shades of color, improved dynamic contrast, better aliasing and much smoother gradients. […] I can say with sincerity that I highly recommend this product and I encourage you to download a Demo Version today and try it out.
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The return to the image as the final result of our photographic work: « … To hold this image printed in your hands is the next step. Unlike on the screen display, on the print we do recognize all image points and we have a lot of time to decide, whether we have worked well. Whether the focus is set where it should, whether the details in shadows and highlights are consistent, and whether the colors or gray values correspond to our capture. »
Hermann Will, Senior Editor at FineArtPrinter