Intensify Pro for Mac
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A standalone desktop app and plug-in for several image processing applications that helps you create powerful photographic images with a few clicks
DISCOUNT: 10% OFF!Intensify Pro is a Mac OS X software solution which enables you to add a different level of drama and detail to your photographs. No matter how good a photographer you are, Intensify Pro helps you turn your shots into striking photographic images.
Intensify Pro provides a variety of detail structure controls as well as smart brushes, effect layers and the ability to sharpen photos across different tonal ranges. Intensify Pro can be run as a standalone product or it can integrate into your favorite photo editing software - Apple Aperture, Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Elements and Lightroom - as a plug-in.
Some other important features included in the Intensify Pro package are support for all popular image types (including PSD and RAW), and the ability to import / export photos to and from Photoshop, iPhoto, Lightroom and Aperture.
The application features a fine-tuned user interface which consists of an upper toolbar with shortcut buttons for the most commonly used actions (open file, zoom in / out, fit image, undo / redo and more). Furthermore, the right panel provides access to various presets created by professional photographers that offer a one-click solution to make your photos look publish-ready.
The same panel hosts the various tools you can use to create your own presets, including smart brushes, effect layers, finishing tool, gradient tool and image tuner.
Also in the wide list of features is keyboard shortcut support. You can perform numerous commands using a predefined hotkey: “X” to switch between the erase / draw modes, “J” to increase the brush radius, “[” to decrease the radius brush and more.
As an added bonus, Intensify Pro integrates a social sharing menu (for Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Flicker) as well as e-mail and print support.
Intensify Pro was reviewed by Octav Fedor
Last updated on November 15th, 2014