Looking for beta testers for a new quality enhancing tool.

Discussion in 'Graphics Programs and Photo Gallery' started by acute, Sep 3, 2006.

  1. acute

    acute TPF Noob!

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    Hello,

    We have just released the beta version of software for enhancing digital photographs quality. It is designed to work with RAW 16-bit color images. The software is now tuned for Canon EOS 300D/350D, Nikon D50, D70, Konica Minolta Maxxum 5D/7D and Olympus E-500 cameras.
    In need of users feedback, we are looking for beta testers. It is absolutely FREE.
    If interested, please go to http://www.photoacute.com/studio/probeta.html
    Cheers!

    P.S. I hope this post does not break the forum rules, since we do not offer anything for sale and do not promote any online resource.
     
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    EBphotography TPF Junkie!

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    I can't decide if this is SPAM or not.
     
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    not sure if it's spam or not, but I will take a look at the software and see what it offers.
     
  4. acute

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    Please do not consider my message as a spam. Our goal is to introduce the product that may be interesting for photographers and to receive a feedback. We do not sell anything here and we are ready to discuss the product in the forum.

    Thanks :)
     
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    well I downloaded it and tried it out sort of, however my camera/lens combination is not one of the listed options so I imagine my success with it will be limited.

    I think you definetly need to add a setting for at least a 50mm f1.8 as it is a pretty common lens.
     

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