Imagenomic Releases Portraiture Plug-in For Adobe CS5



May 18, 2010
Imagenomic's award-winning Portraiture 2 plug-in software is now fully compatible with Adobe Photoshop CS5, CS5 Extended, and Elements 8.

The new version also adds native 64-bit support for running Portraiture from CS5 on Mac OSX (10.5/10.6 – Snow Leopard), and complements Imagenomic Plugin support for 64-bit Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems.
 
The software is available as a free upgrade for current Portraiture 2 users.


PRESS RELEASE

IMAGENOMIC RELEASES PORTRAITURE 2 PLUGIN FOR ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS5
 
Free Update Provides Native 64-bit Performance for Mac and Windows Users

 
May 18, 2010 -- Alexandria, VA -- Imagenomic announced today the release of its award-winning Portraiture Plugin for Adobe Photoshop CS5, CS5 Extended, and Elements 8.  This new version adds native 64-bit support for running Portraiture from CS5 on Mac OSX (10.5/10.6 – Snow Leopard), and complements Imagenomic Plugin support for 64-bit Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems, which were released in 2009.

This new Portraiture Plugin update is being provided free of charge to registered users of the Portraiture Plugin for Photoshop edition, and can be downloaded directly from Imagenomic's website.  New users can try the Portraiture Plugin for Photoshop CS5 and Elements 8 on a 15-day free trial basis. 

This latest release of Imagenomic's Portraiture Plugin for Photoshop maintains backward compatibility with previous Photoshop versions, including CS3/4 and Elements 6/7.  Additional details are available at www.imagenomic.com.
 
About Imagenomic
Imagenomic is the creator of the award-winning Noiseware, Portraiture and RealGrain software product series for digital photography. Headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, Imagenomic LLC is a privately held, independent software vendor specializing in digital imagery enhancement solutions.  Using our proprietary, patent-pending algorithms, the company is focused on creating high performance software tools for retouching, noise and artifact removal, sharpening and other image correction and enhancement processes. Imagenomic's products have been acclaimed by a global customer community and industry peers for their superior processing speed, picture quality and overall ease-of-use. For more information, visit us online at www.imagenomic.com.






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