[prMac.com] Kaunas, Lithuania – Appsoft Studio is delighted to release Splash Colors FX 1.0 for Mac OS X, the application, which turns your photos into black and white ones and then allows you to breathe a new life into them by revealing the original colors of certain objects. So you can highlight the most important parts of your photos and give them new, electrifying look. Enhanced photos can be used for sharing with your family or friends, personal photo albums, various projects and a lot more.
Refresh the details, modernize the classics and transform “the old things” to new and “the new things” to old. Feel the impression that two objects in the same photo look as if they were from different centuries. Move the objects to the front from the background. Make your friends more visible and more important in the group photo or promote yourself to the number one in the grey crowd. Turn the view of life upside down making boring things the most important and vice versa.
Splash Colors FX uses a dynamic brush to reveal the original colors of your photos. It also contains adjustable stunning effects that will put some final touches to your photos and will make them truly remarkable. Share your marvelous photos on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr or send them via Mail and Messages. The beauty of user interface and clear usage enables to make changes in a fast and convenient way.
* Requires Mac OS X 10.7 or later
* 2.5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Splash Colors FX 1.0 is only $0.99 USD and available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store in the Photography category.Appsoft Studio
Splash Colors FX 1.0
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