VICTORIA, BC (August 29, 2017) – With the release of ACD Systems' latest installment of their signature Photo Studio product line, ACDSee emerges as a solid contender to Photoshop CC and Lightroom. With ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2018 you can edit RAW images seamlessly, all within the one application with GPU-accelerated layers. The release introduces Smart Erase, giving Adobe’s Magic Wand a run for its money, and making it easier than ever to remove unwanted people or objects from photos.
"We're excited to provide our users with even more creative editing tools that remove limitations from what they can do with their photos,” said Mark Cosgrove, ACD Systems’ Director of Production. “Smart Erase, for example, lets the user remove what they want from the image, and Photo Studio will fill in the area with a natural background. Liquify can be used to move pixels without changing them. And ACDSee Mobile Sync is going to jump-start their workflow by getting the images into ACDSee Photo Studio wirelessly."
ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2018 is available for a lifetime license for $149 USD or through a subscription starting at $69/year, which provides users access to regular updates and upgrades. The program is currently only available for Windows-based computers.
ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate’s fundamental features include:
In a blog post by ACD Systems (http://www.acdsystems.com/en/community/post/ultimate2018), you can find an overview of ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2018’s innovations and features, including:
“Photo Studio Ultimate streamlines my workflow, allowing me to spend more time shooting, and less time editing,” said Manfred Baumann, world-renowned photographer. “I never need to purchase and run multiple applications; ACDSee does it all.”
For a complete list of new features, performance enhancements and other improvements, please see the ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2018 release notes here: http://www.acdsee.com/en/support/photo-studio-ultimate-2018/release-notes/2018-0.