By putting to use all of the powerful tools found within Perfect Layers, you'll be able to take your images in directions you may not have thought about. Between color fill layers, blending modes, and creative masking, you'll find all sorts of new ways to breathe life into your images.
With the batch processing power of Lightroom 4 and Perfect Photo Suite 7, it has never been quicker or easier to achieve a consistent look across multiple images in one shot. Simply select the product and the effect or preset and the batch processing does the rest!
When used effectively, painting in a touch of selective color back into your black and white image can add just the right pop and focus that it needs.
By blending the right amount of focus and blur onto a subject in your image with the Round Focus Bug, you can create amazing spot focusing that draws your viewers' eyes exactly where you want them to go.
There is a very cool way to use the Magic Brush in Perfect Mask 5 to wipe out all unwanted colors in a click. This video shows you how to punch out boring backgrounds using this little-known trick.
Peter Kinan shares his favorite ways to use the Chisel Tool in Perfect Mask. In just a few clicks, you can achieve a beautiful, seamless mask.
Peter Kinnan goes into his bag of tricks and shares some interesting ways to get quick and effective results using the Magic Brush in Perfect Mask 5.
In this video, Jonny Davenport shares his workflow for sending images from Apple Aperture right into Perfect Photo Suite 7
We know that a lot of users out there rely on Photoshop for their post processing needs. We built Perfect Photo Suite 7 to integrate beautifully right within and made it easily accessible. In just a few clicks, you can send your image layers right into the Suite modules and get cracking with creativity!
In this video, Jonny Davenport shares some of his favorite timeless processing methods using Perfect B&W to achieve a vintage look that makes your image feel like you just pulled it out of a time capsule.