Shapiro Consulting Group Inc.
(SCGI) announced Monday plans to release the Asiva Correct+Apply Color plug-in for Photoshop. The plug-in is current being tested and is anticipated for a mid-September release.
Based on SCGI’s own image enhancement technology, Asiva Correct+Apply Color allows Photoshop users to apply color changes without making masks first. The software uses 16-bit per component processing — a more precise way of performing color changes, according to the developer.
Asiva Correct+Apply Color is the second Photoshop plug-in to be readied by SCGI. Earlier this SCGI announced
Asiva Sharpen+Soften. Both plug-ins are based on technology used in SCGI’s Asiva, a color correction and image enhancement application.
Details about how much the plug-in will cost were not offered, but more information will be available from the SCGI Web site.