Anthropics Technology is proud to announce that PortraitPro Studio Max 12 has won a 2014 Hot One Award
from Professional Photographer magazine in the Image Editing category.
This award is voted on by a panel of judges made up entirely of independent professional photographers for
Professional Photographers of America (PPA).
Our CEO, Andrew Berend says: “We're thrilled to announce that, once again, PortraitPro has been awarded a Hot One award for industry innovation.
We would like to thank Professional Photographer for honoring us with this award, as well as all of our customers who have supported us over the years.
We look forward to further developing our products, and supporting photographers in their professional and artistic enterprises.”
An award from Professional Photographer is highly sought after, as it represents the opinions of some of the leading photographers in the industry.
The Hot One Award is a clear recognition that portrait editing software, PortraitPro is leading the way in portrait retouching for photography professionals.
This is the most recent in a line of commendations by some of the industry’s leading experts.
Jack Neubart of Shutterbug Magazine writes on his own
website : “This is a clever and robust software that really delivers—but made even better now with “Skin Lighting Controls.
The new Skin Lighting Controls are something else entirely and worth the price of admission alone.”
Photoshop User Magazine in their current (July / August 2014) issue says:
"PortraitPro 12 Studio is powerful retouching software at a very reasonable price. It can be used alone or as a plug-in for
Photoshop, Lightroom, Aperture or Photoshop Elements. Plus, it's so much fun to use that it makes me wish I had a folder of
portraits needing retouching right now... I challenge you to download the free trial and give PortraitPro 12 a test run,
I bet you'll go back for the full version!"
Photo Tips Online agrees:
“If you already use Portrait Professional 11 or any of the previous versions of the software, you might be wondering whether
it's worth upgrading to version 12 or not. In our opinion, the answer is simple, and the answer is yes.”
PortraitPro is available for trial and purchase by instant download