Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Perfectly Clear 3.0 Preview & Special Offer

*** NEW version 3.5 Review ***

Perfectly Clear Version 3 - Click to learn more

If you read my blog over the last year or two, you'd know that I was a fan of Perfectly Clear by Athentech because it really was a one-click photo editing tool. While I loved it for what it was, it did have some weakness which included:

  • a crude UI (especially advanced settings)
  • hard to discover features like Perfect Exposure, Perfect Eyes, etc...
  • face enchantments that would fail or miss people
  • the inability to save your own favorite settings

I'm happy to report that these issues have been addressed and featured in a much improved new user-interface:

Perfectly Clear Version 3 New UI - Click to enlarge

Perfectly Clear Version 3 - Before and After - Copyright Ron Martinsen - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Perfectly Clear Version 3 - Before and After - Copyright Ron Martinsen - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Perfectly Clear Version 3 - Before and After - Copyright Ron Martinsen - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Perfectly Clear Version 3 - Before and After - Copyright Ron Martinsen - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Video Demo

Here's a video where I show off the new features editing the images you see in this article...

Special Offers

Get a discount on version 3.0 when you CLICK HERE.

Please note that coupon codes can change so visit my discount coupon code page or contact me if you have any problems with my code.

Conclusion

While I tested with a pre-release version that still needed a few tweaks, I didn't have any crashes or performance problems so I'm pretty happy. All of the things I didn't like about its predecessor have been addressed and my wish list has been answered.

If you like one-click photo editing but want to dial in your own secret sauce, then this is the software you need to get!

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2 comments:

Robert Good said...

V3 is oretty good and you can always polish with your own final edits in Lightroom etc.

Ron Martinsen said...

Hi Robert,


I'm glad to hear that you like it!

I used it to process about 300 photos with the final bits and I found it to be much better than its predecessor. I've reach the point where I feel comfortable removing the old version.

Ron