[Free update] Neutralhazer 1.0.2 (anti-haze plugin for Photoshop)

Friday 27 April 2012

Kolor released version 1.0.2 of its new Neutralhazer plugin for Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. This free update fixes enhances the installation process.
If you have not tried it yet, discover Neutralhazer now and download a free trial.

> Download Kolor Neutralhazer 1.0.2

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5 Responses to “[Free update] Neutralhazer 1.0.2 (anti-haze plugin for Photoshop)”

  1. Rami Says:

    Thanks John!

  2. Rami Says:

    Hi, Autopano Giga has a light version of Neutralhazer included. It’s different from the Neutralhazer plugin for Photoshop.
    Our support team will be pleased to help you in the use of both applications. Please contact us via this page: http://www.kolor.com/contact.html

  3. Dan Berg Says:

    I see Neutralhazer is included in my Autopano Giga but I cannot access it.
    Nothing on your web page about this either.
    Tried downloadeing the seperate photoShop Plugin but that does not work either.
    Can you help?
    Dan Berg

  4. John Nalder Says:

    Hi Kolor Team,

    Further to my previous comments I have just re- processed a 60mb tiff image using the
    Neutralhazer 1.0.2 plugin with photoshop. The image prior to this process had quite a bit of haze
    through the image, however the Neutralhazer has dramatically improved the whole image, increasing clarity, in both the foreground and background and enhancing the skyline with the clouds being whiter and sharper.

    The Neutralhazer is a great product which opens up the avenue of re-vitalizing images.

    Great work KOLOR.

  5. John Nalder Says:

    Hi Kolor Team,

    Thank you for your updated news E – mail. I have just purchased the Neutralhazer plugin for
    Photoshop, however it does not appear that you can increase the Neutralhazer image to a larger
    size. The image in in the Neutralhazer window is not well defined, possibly due to screen resolution.

    It would be much better if the image in the Neutralhazer window could be increased to full screen size.

    Your advices would be appreciated.

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