Photolemur 2.2 Spectre: A Review
Photography is perhaps the best way to capture memories; it simply does capture the moment, if we are to ask the folks at Kodak. However, not everyone of us has the right camera, the right photography skills, the right equipment, or the perfect combination of these, and as a result, we don’t all get to take great pictures. The good thing is that, in this day and age, we can easily touch up all those pictures to perfection. You only need the right tool to get this job done, and the good people at VideoElementsFX will be launching one such software: the Photolemur 2.2 Spectre.
Photolemur is a photo editing software that allows you to edit your photographs to your liking. We’re not talking about complex photomanipulations in this case, but mere touch ups that you can churn out to get the best results. What’s more is that you don’t even need to do anything with this software. Photolemur “knows” the right combinations of light, colors, contrasts, and a whole lot more. That said, you only need to upload the photos right into the software, and it will do the rest for you. The adjustments is the result of a meticulously coded artificial intelligence with machine learning. Regardless, you can still choose to be at the helm and edit the photos to your liking.
Photolemur 2.2 Spectre will be launched on January 7, 2018, and it will go live then at 10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time, for the price of $29. We will update this post with a complete review of this software by then, so if you want to know more about this software before buying, just bookmark this page and come back on the launch date.