Release Notes: The gallery page now highlights the current image thumbnail. Gallery thumbnails can pop up larger images, which can be moved and resized to view multiple images. Convert an image into a mosaic with small tiles made from all available images. Click on the tiles to pop-up larger images. Add a background pattern to an image (e.g. make it appear to be painted on canvas or a brick wall). Several small interface changes were made for convenience and consistency with other apps. Speed was also improved. Three significant bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: A direct adjustment for color temperature was added to White Balance. Search Images can be used iteratively to expand or reduce prior search results. A new Graduated Blur function can blur pixels inversely proportional to their contrast. This can make faces younger or create a cartoon effect when taken to extremes. A second algorithm was added to Sketch which works better for some images, and Sketch responds more quickly to user adjustments. Three significant bugs and a few minor ones were corrected.
Release Notes: This release has several minor enhancements and bugfixes. Panorama, HDR, and HDF have greater latitude to warp images for better fit. Warp Area can pull a selected area outside its initial boundaries. Area Finish was made much faster. Text written on an image can have drop shadows (3D effect). One significant bug and four minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Color space conversion is supported using LCMS (e.g. Adobe RGB <--> sRGB). A photo of a page in a thick book can be squared and flattened; the print is stretched out where the page curves down at the binding. A photo can be converted into a cartoon-like drawing. The thumbnail gallery view has three sort options: file name, file mod date, and photo date (EXIF). Metadata is kept when a RAW file is converted to TIFF/JPEG/PNG. Brightness distribution graph allows selection of colors, and reflects only the visible part of a zoomed image. One significant and three minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to create images with false colors. There are several minor UI improvements for convenience and simplicity. Two significant bugs and four minor ones have been fixed.
Release Notes: Image geotagging and reporting was added. Multiple images can be processed rapidly, and batch processing is also available. Images can be searched by city (and optionally country) and within a kilometer range. Output is a gallery of clickable thumbnails. The database has 3000+ world cities, augmented by any new geotags assigned. 1-click Web sourcing is also provided. The Search Images function was simplified. Searching by date, rating, tags, comments, caption, filename, geotags, and any other metadata is in one dialog with buttons to select options. Four bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: The focus for this release is speed and interface improvements. Mouse-driven area-selection and edit respond much faster. Indexing of new files at startup is much faster. The exiftool program is started as a server process and left running, eliminating a significant delay for every image opened. The internal image format was changed from int-16 to float-32 per color. This simplified the code and made some edit functions slightly faster, but more memory is used: about 800 MB to edit a 20 megapixel image. There are several other small improvements, 1 significant bugfix, and 5 minor ones.
Release Notes: A new capability was added to search for and report any image metadata (EXIF, IPTC, etc.). Thumbnail images are shown with metadata text. Indexing new photos is 2x faster (up to 1000/minute). The main window can be more easily zoomed and panned during a dialog that is also using the mouse. You can zoom in/out using the mouse wheel. The mouse pointer tracks the zoom center to the middle of the window. The zoom ratio is configurable: 1-4 zooms for each 2x increase. Print color adjustments can be saved to a file for re-use. Three minor bugs were fixed.