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Adobe Photoshop has been a must-have editing tool for almost two decades. But with photos moving to the cloud on sites like Facebook and Flickr, VicMan Software says there’s a room for a web-based competitor.
They showed off Pho.to, an online photo editing service, at DEMOFall 09 today, an emerging technology conference co-produced by VentureBeat. It can get rid of red-eye, enhance color and cut out your face and stick it into Rambo photos (like they did with fearless leader and VentureBeat founder Matt Marshall to the right).
Users can edit photos from different URLs or upload them directly into a Pho.to library. VicMan emphasized that it’s willing to offer its technology as a white-label service, meaning it would be willing to take off their brand and incorporate it into other online communities or businesses. The Moscow and Alexandria, Virginia-based company was founded in 2001 to create different digital imaging projects.
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