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FixerLabs announce FocusFixer plug-in

A plug-in that aims to remove focus blur after the picture has been taken.

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FixerLabs have announced the launch of FocusFixer, a plug-in for Adobe Photoshop that they say is destined to revolutionise the work of digital photographers by allowing them to remove focus blur after the picture has been taken.

Developed by a team of imaging scientists, FocusFixer has been specifically designed to be 'easy to use' for technical and non-technical people alike. Just simply download the software and start refocusing images within minutes. Its flexibility means that you can work on specific areas of a photograph as well as the whole picture, allowing users to bring people or items in the back of a shot into focus.

Aimed at professional photographers FocusFixer will also have applications for desktop publishing, graphic and web designers and forensic imaging as well as enthusiastic amateur photographers.

FocusFixer is a plug-in for Adobe's "Photoshop" image editing software, but like all the plug-ins produced by FixerLabs will work in Adobe's consumer Photoshop Elements. It is available now for both PC and Mac platforms.

FocusFixer is available to purchase exclusively via the Internet www.fixerlabs.com for approximately 63.

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