XnView now supports Neutralhazer anti-haze plugin


Wednesday, June 6th, 2012
We are glad to announce that XnView, the “Swiss-army knife” of image processing (viewer and converter) is now compatible with the new Neutralhazer plugin that removes the haze in landscape photos. XnView is free for personal use, so this is a new affordable way to try Neutralhazer.

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[Neutralhazer Review] Image & Nature magazine tests Neutralhazer, a “very convincing” anti-haze plugin


Friday, May 25th, 2012
In its issue of june 2012, Image & Nature magazine has tested Neutralhazer, a “very convincing plugin allowing to remove haze smartly”.

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[Neutralhazer review] “Réponses Photo” underlines the launch of Neutralhazer


Monday, May 21st, 2012
In its issue of June 2012, Réponses Photo underlines the launch of Neutralhazer, plugin for Photoshop allowing to remove haze in landscape photos.

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Neutralhazer [Anti-haze plugin for Photoshop] reviewed by Franz Szabo


Thursday, May 3rd, 2012
Kolor has recently launched Neutralhazer, a new filter for Photoshop which removes the haze in photos.
Franz Szabo, an Austrian photographer, has tested Neutralhazer – « a clever tool » – and talks about his experience.

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Kolor Neutralhazer 1.0.1 (Free Update)


Friday, April 13th, 2012
Here is a stable version which fixes somes bugs

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Introducing Kolor Neutralhazer plugin for Photoshop: remove the haze from your landscape photos


Wednesday, April 11th, 2012
What if you could get rid of the haze that tarnishes your landscape photos? Kolor launches today Neutralhazer: a filter for Photoshop and Photoshop Elements that removes the atmospheric phenomenon of haze from your photos.

The speciality of Neutralhazer is detecting the thickness of air in each pixel which allows for the definition of the areas of foreground and background: you can therefore keep the foreground intact and gradually remove the haze in the background, while choosing an intensity of correction.

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