Shine has been designed to illuminate digital photos by using lighting and color effects, such as light rays, lens flares, light source, dynamic contrast, tinting and vignette.
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Shine has been designed to illuminate digital photos by using lighting and color effects, such as light rays, lens flares, light source, dynamic contrast, tinting and vignette. The new version includes some new functions and a refactored processing engine, improving rendering speed, while using less memory. Large images (100+ megapixels) can now be processed via Shine.

Features of Shine
  • Cutting Edge, Turbo Charged "Light Rays" engine.
  • Selection of Lens Flares (many modeled on real lenses).
  • Large Retina compatible preview, with Full Screen support.
  • Tinting for altering the colors or mood of an image.
  • Dynamic Range adjustment using the custom contrast effect.
  • Alter or add a light source to the image.
  • Light Fall Off (Vignette) and Image Glow effects.
  • Original comparison.
  • Maximizes CPUs and GPUs usage to generate near real-time updates.
  • Share images online with built-in sharing.
  • Export illuminated photos directly to other photo apps.
  • Smart Saving, protects original image, includes all undos and previous saves.
  • Compatible with OS X 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8.
Light Rays. Capturing real light rays takes a lot of skill and the correct conditions. Shine allows realistic looking light rays to be added after the scene has been photographed.

Lens Flares. Modern cameras and lenses often contain elements to eradicate lens flares. Shine enables photographers to add lens flares to a photo during post processing. Most of Shine's lens flares are based upon real lenses to produce a more natural lens flare look.

Professional-Level Functionality. Shine offers a great deal of control over light rays and lens flares to enable a photographer to add in realistic or unrealistic effects. Version 1.1 reduced rendering time by nearly half and improves memory usage by a third. The refactoring for the latest version has allowed Shine users to apply these effects, and more, to images over a 100 megapixels in size. Being able to output the images as a Photoshop document allows photographers to add Shine into their workflow.


Discussion

What does it do?
Shine's incredible photo processing engine brings your photos to life.
Who is it for?
Perfect tool for both amateur and professional photographers.
Requirements

OS X 10.6.6 or later
Note: Users of the Intel HD Graphics 3000 should disable "Use hardware acceleration" in Shine's preferences for best performance.

Developer
Ohanaware Co., Ltd.

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