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Ralf Jurrien : February 9th 2007 - 23:20 CET

Digital photography computer software


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Noromis PhotolabDigital photography computer software : Noromis announces the rollout of its premiere product, Noromis PhotoLab. According to Maurice Hamoy, president of Noromis, "This new computer software has been designed to simplify digital photo retrieval and picture processing. The consumer will be able to produce beautiful, lab-quality prints automatically. It will be as easy as having a photo kiosk at home." After intensive and rigorous usability testing, Noromis has developed some unique aspects to its product, including the ability to intelligently and automatically adjust for exposure, contrast, color balance, saturation, sharpness, red-eye, and digital noise. Just click the sample photo that looks best to you.
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The built-in enhancement intelligence is designed with one goal-achieve the best prints the camera, printer, and paper are capable of producing. Noromis PhotoLab always preserves the original file. All enhancements are applied to the original file on the fly, so no data is lost during multiple, intermediate saves to JPG, which is an incrementally lossy compression format. Noromis PhotoLab also performs all scaling internally based on any chosen print size, so the precisely perfect number of pixels is sent to the printer to yield vibrant, crisp results on that specific printer. Print layouts are handled automatically based on the chosen print size, so no paper is wasted.

Noromis PhotoLab - Digital photography software
Anyone who has a PC with Windows XP or the new Windows Vista can, with simple on-screen prompts and minimal keystrokes, download photos from a digital camera or memory card, make these adjustments, and save or print the photos, create a slide show, or forward them to friends and family. Noromis PhotoLab is available on-line, at a retail price of $49.95. Customers may register the product to receive free updates automatically as they become available. Noromis provides free technical support to registered users within one current major release.

About Noromis PhotoLab - Graphics software
Noromis is a privately held graphics software company focused on providing professional lab quality digital photography prints to the every day user from his/her home computer and printer. The Company's flagship product, Noromis PhotoLab, provides the simplest way to get beautiful lab quality photo prints at home, in minutes.





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