Looking for a Photo editor

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by CJEBS, Feb 2, 2004.

  1. CJEBS

    CJEBS Guest

    Quite some time ago I saw online a photo editor which was really easy to use
    (although time consuming). What I liked about it was it showed your picture
    on one side and the edited version on the other and asked you a series of
    questions. Every time you answered a question it made minute changes to the
    edited version. After going through several screens you wound up with a
    beautifully edited photograph with all light and focus issues resolved.
    Does anybody know what the name of this program is? I seem to have lost the
    link.
     
    CJEBS, Feb 2, 2004
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    bmoag Guest

    You may be talking about Photogenetics by q-research. I believe the company
    is now defunct but you may be able to find a copy of the program somewhere
    on the web. Actually I have it somewhere but not on this computer. It showed
    you a variation of your photo and you ranked how much or little you saw an
    improvement. You could stop at any time and compare your result to the
    original. It worked but if you are willing to invest just a little time in
    Photoshop or Photopaint you can achieve similar results with more control.
     
    bmoag, Feb 3, 2004
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    MightyKitten Guest

    Here is a version www.vitalfactors.biz/Photogenetics.exe

    it is Freeware acording to http://www.digisellers.nl/nl/dept_66.html (Sorry,
    site in Ducth) The links on the page don't work, because the writer tried to
    add <BR> and <IMG> signs to the url ???? (Beats me why)



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    >
    > You may be talking about Photogenetics by q-research. I believe the

    company
    > is now defunct but you may be able to find a copy of the program somewhere
    > on the web. Actually I have it somewhere but not on this computer. It

    showed
    > you a variation of your photo and you ranked how much or little you saw an
    > improvement. You could stop at any time and compare your result to the
    > original. It worked but if you are willing to invest just a little time in
    > Photoshop or Photopaint you can achieve similar results with more control.
    >
    >
     
    MightyKitten, Feb 3, 2004
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    MightyKitten Guest

    Oh... This is version 2.0.

    By the way It seems a little buggy on Windows XP (Crashed 3 times already)
    but I like the concept of it....

    MightyKitten

    "MightyKitten" <> schreef in bericht
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    > Here is a version www.vitalfactors.biz/Photogenetics.exe
    >
    > it is Freeware acording to http://www.digisellers.nl/nl/dept_66.html

    (Sorry,
    > site in Ducth) The links on the page don't work, because the writer tried

    to
    > add <BR> and <IMG> signs to the url ???? (Beats me why)
    >
    >
    >
     
    MightyKitten, Feb 3, 2004
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