Exposure X5 photo editor announced (formerly Alien Skin Software)


The new Exposure X5 photo editor (formerly known as Alien Skin Software) is now officially announced – you can see all available features here:

  • 3D Color Masking – Precisely control where an image adjustment is applied. Rendering can be limited to areas defined by specific color characteristics, including hue, saturation, and luminance. Easily target foreground or background areas, skies, skin tones, specific color ranges, and more with just a few clicks. The improved masking tools integrate seamlessly with Exposure’s existing brushes and gradients for even more flexibility.
  • Chromatic Aberration Correction – Removes color fringes caused by lens refraction. Apply via lens profile or by manual adjustment if precise control is desired.
  • Fringe Removal – Chromatic aberration correction is complemented by a new tool for full-featured fringe removal, enabling precise removal of even the most noticeable fringe problems.
  • Vignette Correction – Counteracts unwanted darkening around the edges of photos. Apply via lens profile or by manual adjustment for greater control.
  • Custom Camera Profiles – Assign custom camera profiles that enable you to control the interpretation of color from RAW data for a particular camera. Camera profiles created by X-Rite or other software can be automatically applied by matching a camera model or serial number, and can optionally match a particular lens or ISO range.
  • New light and airy presets
  • New season-inspired looks
  • New complementary color presets – Orange/Teal, Red/Green, and Purple/Yellow
  • More black & white films – Ilford FP4 Plus, Ilford Pan F Plus, Kodak Recording 2475, and Polaroid Chocolate
  • New image flip options
  • Support for grayscale TIFF and JPEG images
  • Multiple user interface language options – English, French, and German

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