Organic improves automated imaging

Organic Imaging has improved its automated image processing. Organic Imaging is a division of Elpical so its software is based on Elpical’s Claro, which is an automated system sold mainly to photo labs and printers.

Organic Imaging is a pay per use version, mainly targeted at magazines that use a high number of images. It’s an automated system that does raw file conversion and image enhancement. 

The new version features the ability to perform specific corrections on skin-tones. Those skin-tone corrections have become more accurate thanks to better facial recognition.

There’s also more scope to control contrast and details in the mid-tone to highlight range. Elpical also claims that it has reduced the processing time taken by 10 percent. 

Prices start at €10 for a hundred images. 






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