For the past several months I’ve been using Perfectly Clear in my workflow to edit my images. I love the product so much I became a Perfectly Clear Evangelist, touring across the US and London, teaching how to quickly process a single or multiple portraits (removing blemishes, smoothing skin, enhancing eyes and fixing exposure), enhancing landscapes and wildlife photos – all in a single click. I’ve become very proficient with the Photoshop and Lightroom plugin, I even created my own custom presets. In each of the presets I created, I noticed I consistently use the exposure section of the plugin. This is one of the most powerful features of the plugin. It’s so powerful, the company has created a Perfect Exposure plugin using the same technology. Here’s the best part, it’s FREE!
What does Perfect Exposure fix?
The Perfect Exposure plug-in fixes exposure problems, add depth, contrast, and soft light to any scene. It comes with eight great presets to solve the most common exposure problems and can bring out the details in any image, even dark photos.
Can’t I fix exposure in Lightroom or Photoshop?
Yes, you can fix exposure in Lightroom or Photoshop, but Perfect Exposure does a much better job plus it fixes a few other problems with a single click.
- Automatic Exposure:Just as your eyes gather light, Perfectly Clear corrects exposure pixel by pixel.
- Vivid Color: Prevents colors from washing out as you fix exposure problems. Colors stay rich and true, never clipping.
- Diffused Light: Get a softer look with beautiful warm tones than can improve any image.
- Great Depth: Perfect Exposure uses patented algorithms that intensifies the dynamic range to add depth.
What image editing programs are supported and where can I get a free copy?
The Plug-in supports Lightroom, Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, and Corel PaintShop Pro. The FREE plugin can be downloaded by visiting Athentech’s website. Once you install and use the plugin, you’ll make it part of your editing workflow, too.
Currently he is teaching workshops, writing for Photofocus and creating tutorials for various plug-in companies and for the Vanelli and Friends series.
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