AKVIS NatureArt v.5.0: Make Your Photos Colorful with New Rainbow Effect!
AKVIS is excited to announce an upgrade of its program NatureArt to Version 5.0.
AKVIS announces the release of AKVIS NatureArt v.5.0 for Windows and Macintosh. It is the perfect software for imitating the magnificence of natural phenomena on digital photos. Now the software offers 9 nature effects Rain, Sun, Water, Lightning, Clouds, Frost, Fire, Ice, - and the new Rainbow effect. Also, version 5.0 adds the new tools and options, fixes bugs.
AKVIS NatureArt is the perfect tool for imitating the majesty and grandeur of natural phenomena on your digital photos.
Nature effects have an impact on our mood and can be used to strengthen the impression made by a picture. Give a dull and lifeless photo an entirely new look simply by changing the scene's weather. Its spirit will change dramatically, from a crackling thunderstorm to a peaceful morning, from a forest in flames to a dreary rainy thicket, from a parched desert to a cool lakeside scene.
Change the weather on a photo, make the night sky sparkle with glistening stars, enliven a dark, gloomy landscape by adding sources of light, create a flaming text effect, stir up a sandstorm, winterize a summer landscape by freezing a river, or even your own little tempest in a teapot. With NatureArt you can become a wizard
In Version 5.0 The brand new Rainbow effect has been added Now you can add a rainbow to your photo and turn a dark picture into a colorful landscape. In nature, the rainbow appears only in certain weather conditions, but with AKVIS NatureArt it's easy to add a rainbow or a fogbow to a photo - just choose where you want it and how it will look, and press the Run button. The effect goes with a number of ready-to-use presets.
Now the software offers 9 nature effects Rain, Sun, Water, Lightning, Clouds, Frost, Fire, Ice, and Rainbow From these effects you can create an even wider variety of natural phenomenon snow from rain, moon from the sun, and more.
The Lightning effect has been considerably improved. It has got more options to adjust the lightning. The presets for this effect have been updated with the new features.The new presets have been added to the Rain and Water effects. Also, the new version offers the History Brush that lets you fade the effect and restore the image to its original state. The new tool is available only under the Deluxe and Business licenses. The Hand and Zoom tools have also been added. These tools make it easier to work with an image. The possibility to create a new image with a transparent background has been unlocked in the standalone version. The new version is compatible with Windows 8 and Mac OS X 10.8. A lot of bugs have been fixed. We recommend to update to this version as soon as possible.
Users who own previous versions of AKVIS NatureArt can upgrade to Version 5.0 for free.
Download NatureArt v.5.0 in versions for Windows and Macintosh.
Test the software for 10 days free of charge
AKVIS NatureArt runs on Windows XP/Vista/Win7/Win 8 and on Mac OS X 10.4-10.8, both 32 bit and 64 bit.
The software is available as a standalone application as well as a plugin for Photoshop and other graphics editors. The plugin edition is compatible with Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Paint Shop Pro, etc. Check the compatibility page for more details.
The functionality of the program depends on the license type. The Fire and Ice effects and the History Brush tool are only available under the Home Deluxe and Business licenses.
AKVIS NatureArt sells for $72 USD for Home version either Plugin or Standalone, 7 effects, $129 USD for Home Deluxe Plugin and Standalone, 9 effects and History Brush, $189 USD for Business Plugin and Standalone, 9 effects and History Brush, for commercial use.
The product is also available in the AKVIS Alchemy bundle which includes all AKVIS software at a discounted price 60% Off.
1st Published 15 November 2012 12:50
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