Topaz Labs releases Adjust 5

Topaz Labs, the American producer of image and video enhancement software, has released the newest version of its well-known Adjust software that allows Photoshop users to enhance their pictures even more.


The new Topaz Adjust 5 includes helpful new improvements some of which include:

  • New preset categories with with over 100 presets, for everything from subtle photo pops and warmth/cool adjustments to HDR effects, film effects and more.
  • Selective adjustment brush for burning, dodging, smoothing, and brushing out effects.
  • Apply button, which allows you to stack multiple effects.
  • Transparency slider to control how strong the overall effect is applied to your image.
  • Histogram and Curve tool integration.
  • Enhancements to the interface layout and tools.

Adjust 5 sells for 49.99 USD, but right now Topaz Labs offers a 30% discount on Adjust 5 OR on the Topaz bundle.  The coupon code is: “ADJUSTME” and it is valid until November 30, 2011.

Topaz Adjust 5

Topaz Adjust is compatible with recent versions of Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Lightroom, iPhoto and Aperture as well as others.

Source: PhotographyBay

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