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Create extraordinary images, inspire your creativity, and solve the most common photo problems with Perfect Photo Suite 9—a complete photo editor designed to make your images look their best. Designed by photographers, for photographers, it is built for all skill levels and styles. It features essential solutions for color correction, sharpening, and compositing to take your photos to the next level. You can also replace dull backgrounds, stylize with effects, convert to black and white, retouch portraits and much more.

Work the way you want and perform editing tasks that are too time-consuming in AdobeВ® PhotoshopВ® or Photoshop Elements, or impossible to do alone in LightroomВ® or AppleВ® ApertureВ®. Even from within these host applications you can enhance, stylize, replace backgrounds, resize.

Our minimalistic interface removes the clutter from the post-processing experience. Using a modular approach, each module focuses on one specific task. This makes accomplishing the task easier by removing unnecessary tools and giving access to just what you need to get the job done.

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BROWSE Quickly get to the images you want to edit wherever they’re stored— whether they’re on your computer, network, or on a cloud-based storage service. Preview your images side-by-side in a thumbnail grid or in a larger, more detailed view (along with important metadata) and navigate through them with intuitive keyboard shortcuts. Keep your files organized. You can even add ratings, labels, keywords and other metadata. Then send your images to any module of the Perfect Photo Suite, or an another application.
LAYERS Get a layered-file workflow so you can combine and blend images without Adobe Photoshop. You’ll have the power to swap faces, create balanced exposures, remove distractions, mask anything, create layouts and composites, and more—for endless creative options.
ENHANCE All the essential tools and adjustments every photo needs to go from good to great. You’ll find tools to improve color, tone, and detail along with retouching tools for spot healing, red-eye removal, and removing objects with content-aware fill technology using the Perfect Eraser.
PORTRAIT Now you can focus on the art of portrait creation, because the most timeconsuming retouching tasks are automated in Perfect Portrait. Improve skin texture and color, remove blemishes, and enhance eyes, teeth, and lips to create flawless portraits, while maintaining natural and realistic skin structure.texture and color, remove blemishes, and enhance eyes and mouths to create flawless portraits.
EFFECTS With hundreds of powerful, one-click, customizable effects, Perfect Effects 8.5 makes it easy to bring out the best in your photos. Easy to use, versatile tools let you stylize your photos instantly or assume complete creative control as you add subtle to striking enhancements to your photos. Bring your photographic vision to life and immerse yourself in the freeform creativity offered by Perfect Effects.
B&W Develop stunning photos that recreate the timeless look of master black and white photographers. Use Perfect B&W to add dramatic and elegant looks to your photos and create the many moods black and white photography can evoke, resulting in beautiful and provocative imagery.
RESIZE Get the highest quality photo enlargements with Perfect Resize, featuring Genuine FractalsВ® technology, and easily enlarge your photos without the loss of sharpness or detail that you might normally expect. Relied on by

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