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LightZone 1.0

LightZone 1.0
alaScore 77

4 reviews

Dec, 2016

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of LightZone 1.0. The average rating for this product is 3.5/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Camcorders for all reviews. People really like the portability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Camcorders the LightZone 1.0 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 77/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by: Abigail Rudner (macworld.co.uk)

LightZone 1.0

 

I've never seen an application quite like LightZone. While at first glance it might appear to be a Photoshop challenger, that conclusion is off base. Yes, LightZone looks similar to Photoshop in some ways but after using it for an hour or so, I began...

Powerful image browser ; true non-destructive editing ; powerful rendering engine eliminates the need to store multiple copies of an image ; excellent blur, sharpen, and saturation tools ; takes up just 10MB of disk space

Lacks important retouching tools ; region selection tools need refinement ; slow performance when multiple regions and modification tools are active ; some important tools are not easily accessible

LightZone 1.0 is an ideal tool for photographers. Photoshop has too many bells and whistles for many photo enthusiasts, who just want to make straightforward adjustments accurately and quickly. If you have a speedy processor and some understanding of...

Aug, 2006

Expert review by: Abigail Rudner (digitalartsonline.co.uk)

LightZone 1.0

 

While new-fangled applications such as Adobe Lightroom and Apple Aperture aim to be the central workflow tool for digital photographers, neither attempts to take on Photoshop for deep image editing - yet.

Simulates analog photographic techniques. Boasts a powerful built-in image browser, and true non-destructive editing. Powerful rendering engine eliminates the need to store multiple copies of an image

Lacks important retouching tools, region selection tools need refinement, and performance is slow when multiple regions and modification tools are active. Some important tools are accessible only through option- and control-click.

RegionMapper tools, a set of selection tools similar to Photoshop's, allow you to mask specific areas of an image. Unfortunately, there is no way to invert a selected region

May, 2006

Expert review by: Abigail Rudner (macworld.com)

LightZone 1.0

 

LightZone 1.0 is an ideal tool for photographers. If you have a speedy processor, and a good understanding of light, this tool can work wonders for you.

Simulates analog photographic techniques ; powerful built-in image browser ; true non-destructive editing ; powerful rendering engine eliminates the need to store multiple copies of an image ; excellent blur, sharpen, and saturation tools ; takes up...

Lacks important retouching tools ; region selection tools need refinement ; regions that bleed to the edge of the image area are tricky to select, slow performance when multiple regions and modification tools are active ; some important tools are...

While both programs facilitate photo manipulation, Photoshop features many tools that are better suited to illustrators and designers as opposed to fine-art photographers. LightZone's tools, on the other hand, are exclusively geared toward working with...

Feb, 2006