German software manufacturer Ashampoo sets new standards in photo optimization technology with Ashampoo Photo Optimizer 5, pairing easy handling with stunning results. Need to upload and process images from your digital camera or cellphone? There's no better solution than Ashampoo Photo Optimizer 5 for the task. With multiple improvements over the predecessor, our development team has excelled all expectations in creating a usable, yet immensely powerful piece of software.
- One-click optimization for impressive results
- Effects visualization through instant before-and-after view
- Color correction with fully adjustable parameters
- New user interface
- Red eye correction
- Freely positionable and customizable watermarks
- Image aging effect
- Integrated support for social networks
- Automated backups
- Price: USD 14.99
- More info here
One image, one click, your dream
Photo Optimizer 5's one-click optimization is the fast and easy way to improve and enhance your images. Clever algorithms help find and eliminate flaws in your images while the integrated before-and-after view makes reviewing and readjusting a breeze.
Automated backups protect against image loss
Ashampoo Photo Optimizer 5 automatically creates backup files to prevent image loss, providing a carefree environment to try out the many settings and effects. Don't like the results? Simply restore the original states of your images.
Share your images
There are various ways to share your optimized images with friends and family built into Ashampoo Photo Optimizer 5. Send them via email or upload them to Facebook or Picasa - Ashampoo Photo Optimizer 5 supports them all.
Summary: Reasonably priced, speedy, effective, secure and social
Users seeking to enhance their photo collection can't do wrong with Ashampoo Photo Optimizer 5. The extensive feature set, the intuitive user interface and the speedy performance make it an indispensable, well-priced alternative to other more expensive tools.
A single license costs USD 14.99.
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