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Streamline Lightroom Color Correction Workflows with iCorrect EditLab ProApp

by on Feb.16, 2010, under Adobe Lightroom, iCorrect EditLab Pro, iCorrect EditLab ProApp

Using iCorrect EditLab ProApp with Photoshop Lightroom

Photoshop Lightroom users can utilize the full power, ease and functionality of iCorrect EditLab ProApp with seamless integration via the Photo>Edit In… menu. Edits made using the software within Lightroom are non-destructive in nature, with edits applied automatically to a newly generated TIFF file and not the original.

iCorrect EditLab ProApp is a stand-alone program featuring the same color technology that make up our popular Photoshop plug-ins.  At the heart of iCorrect EditLab ProApp is our award-winning color architecture with its unique, frustration-free approach to color correction and color editing.  consists of four separate tool panels identified by four distinctly numbered tabs.  The four panels are logically arranged from left to right and offer a wizard-like approach to accurate color.  The tools are designed in such a way that as you progress from left to right, the tools will not, and in fact cannot affect any of the tools to its left.  This alleviates the common frustration of correcting for one thing while throwing off another.  With iCorrect EditLab Pro, one pass through the tools and you are finished.

iCorrect EditLab ProApp also features ProcessQ, an image queue that allows users to manage color corrections for efficient, time-saving workflows.   After images are added to ProcessQ via Lightroom, they are displayed as thumbnails in the filmstrip at the bottom of the main panel.  With ProcessQ, users can correct and save any number of images – either one at a time or as an entire group.  Users can even Synchronize adjustments across multiple images.  iCorrect EditLab ProApp also takes advantage of Lightroom and its efficiencies for every day tasks, like the ability to edit multiple images in one session.

Tutorial: Using iCorrect EditLab ProApp with Adobe Photoshop

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