I’ve found an amazing software product. I couldn’t wait to tell you about it either because I know that many of you enjoy taking photographs, but might not be all that great when it comes to editing them and making a good photo turn into a fantastic photo.
Well, look no further. I found software that you’re going to wish you knew about years ago. It’s Photobot, the world’s first ZERO CLICK picture correction software. I visited the site and saw a demonstration of how the software automatically brightens dark photos, takes red eye out of pictures, and gives life like color to photographs automatically.
You can download Photobot for a free 30 day trial, or purchase it now for the low introductory price of $29.95.
Now you can put fantastic photos into your posts or on your websites and you’ll save a lot of time using Photobot because you won’t be tinkering with your photos. You’ll have more time to concentrate on other aspects of your blog or website.
Want to know more? Here’s the company Press Release:
Photobot™, the First ZERO-CLICK(TM) Picture Correction Software, Now Commercially Available Find Photobot at major outlets including Amazon.com and Overstock.com, and at leading camera stores like Adorama and B&H Photo-Video Tribeca Labs (www.tribecalabs.com), a leading developer of digital imaging software and services, and winner of the DIMA 2006 Innovative Digital Product Award, has announced the release of PhotobotTM, the first Zero-Click picture correction software.
With Photobot, consumers now have a fully-automatic program that instantly brightens dark images, reduces red-eye and gives their pictures life-like color. There are no more buttons to push, no more sliders to slide – no work to do and no time wasted. Photobot does it all for you, automatically.
Photobot is now available for purchase at major outlets like Amazon.com and Overstock.com, and at leading camera stores, like Adorama and B&H Photo-Video. “We are pleased to announce the commercial availability of Photobot in conjunction with such well-known retail partners,” said Mike Bevans, one of the Partners at Tribeca Labs.
How It Works Once installed on the computer, Photobot continually searches the user’s hard drive for photos. When “he” finds them, he goes to work applying award-winning, multi-patented technologies to instantly and automatically optimize picture quality.
Photobot uses Perfectly Clear™ to improve brightness, Full Spectrum RGB™ to deliver vibrant, life-like colors and FotoNation’s Red-Eye™ to reduce red-eye. Importantly, Photobot’s technologies are all adaptive, which means that he only makes adjustments to images if they are needed, and then only to the degree necessary to achieve optimal results.
“Photobot is specifically designed for the everyday point-and-shoot consumer that wants to take lots of digital photos, and have them come out looking great,” said Bevans. “Busy moms and dads don’t want to have to do photo-finishing work on their computers. Taking pictures is fun, but correcting them is homework. With Zero-Click technology this chore is eliminated forever; users simply save pictures to their computers – and seconds later Photobot provides them with great looking photos.”
Correct your pictures – Protect your pictures In addition to improving images, Photobot also automatically uploads them to the user’s personal Swiss Picture Bank account, where they are protected from hard drive failure, accidental deletion, theft and disasters of all kinds.
Tribeca Labs operates Swiss Picture Bank in the same high-security data centers that Swiss banks use to store billions of dollars in electronic assets. “Swiss Picture Bank is the first practical, effective solution to the problem of digital picture backup,” said Bevans. “Most consumers aren’t very diligent about backing up their pictures.
With Swiss Picture Bank, your precious memories are automatically backed up for you so that you’re never at risk of losing years of your life’s history. Swiss Picture Bank keeps your photos safe. Forever.”
MSRP: $29.95 including a free introductory account at Swiss Picture Bank. For more information, visit www.photobot.com. # # #