October 22, 2009 in Multimedia (E)
[prMac.com] Ghent, Belgium - Blue Crowbar Software today released Impression 1.1, an update to the watermark plugins for iPhoto and Aperture, Apple's photo editing and management applications. Impression provides a simple way to add a visual watermark to your photos from within iPhoto or Aperture. With a watermark, you can add your company logo, a signature or a copyright statement to the photos that you're posting on the internet. Version 1.1 of the plugins adds three of the most frequently requested features and fixes a few smaller issues.
* Resizable watermarks: the watermarks can be made smaller than the original source
* The watermarks can be placed in the center of the photo
* Optionally export the watermarked photos instead of importing them into iPhoto or Aperture (by holding down the Option key)
* Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) or 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
* iPhoto '08 or '09 or Aperture 2.1
Pricing and Availability:
Impression 1.1 is available immediately. It's a free update for existing customers. A license for one user costs 9.90 euros for one plugin or 14.90 euros for a bundle with both plugins. A free trial version of the software can be downloaded from the Blue Crowbar website.
Blue Crowbar Software is a small independent software company, founded in 2008 by Steven Vandeweghe and is located in Ghent, Belgium. Its focus is on building Mac OS X and iPhone applications for consumers and business. The company is mostly known for TrackRecord, a Mac OS X data-importer for Polar heart rate monitors. Apple, iPhoto and Aperture are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.