December 13, 2011 in Image Editing (E)
[prMac.com] Kirov, Russian Federation - Mac app developer Nikolay Kropachev today is thrilled to announce the release and immediate availability of Photo Police 1.0, his new application for Mac OS X. Someone has changed the photo in photo editor: removed acnes, or wrinkles, cut off objects and etc. You will see it with Photo Police! Photo Police gives you opportunity to see invisible details on photo images to check it for photomontage or correction.
With Photo Police you can check any jpeg file you want. It works instantly and will not decide for you whether the image has been edited or not. It just make visible tiny changes in color, which are contained in an image file, but not visible. Usually it underlying image "noise", but contains a lot of information about image correction in graphic software (like Photoshop and similar). Sounds strange? Just look at the screenshots and you'll understand what I mean. Now you can discover secrets in photos. It works with jpeg files only. App is easy to use because it has no difficult settings.
Photo Police can detect following changes:
* Blurring of wrinkles and acne removing
* Deleted or modified objects in the photo
* Hidden image in photo
* Any other intervention in low-bit pixel data of images
* US English
* Requires Mac OS X 10.7 or later
* 0.7 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Photo Police 1.0 is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store in the Photography category. We will be glad to provide you as many promo codes as you need for testing. If you wish to run a contest/competition for promo codes on your site - we will also be glad to provide you several promo codes. Also we have a lot of ideas how to make contests work best.
Located in Kirov, Russia, independent developer Nikolay Kropachev is a sole entrepreneur who has a passion for building useful applications for the Mac platform. Copyright (C) 2011 Nikolay Kropachev. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.