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Portrait Pro v 15 - part 1 of 1 2 3

by Mike McNamee Published 01/12/2015

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How time flies, it only seems like yesterday that Portrait Professional burst onto the scene to great acclaim and here we are at version 15! One of the jobs of a magazine like ours is to showcase stuff like this for newcomers in case they have missed it. When Portrait Pro was new, I recall showing it to gasps of astonishment at seminars and everybody was talking about it. Today a newbie might just pass over the advertising and so miss out on a tool that has been a multiple winner of The Societies' trade awards across many years. It is sometimes easy to forget just how magical this program is and the marvels it can weave!


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Introduction
Keeping on the newbie theme, let's explain how the program has evolved. The owners, Anthropics, looked at Photoshop and decided it was a bit too daunting for beginners to get to grips with, especially in the area of beauty retouching. They analysed many thousands of faces to produce a mathematical, computer code definition of 'the perfect face'. Mathematically this is relatively easy to do and does not require a lot of computer code,


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