A Software Masterpiece For Artists?
Computers have never been as cheap or friendly to artists as they are to writers. Touching up photos or merging images requires hefty computing horsepower. And professional systems from companies such as Scitex Corp. can cost up to $250,000, while PC packages such as Adobe Systems Inc.'s Photoshop can be painfully slow. And both cramp the artist's flexibility. Now, Paris-based FITS Imaging has come up with an affordable program for creating complex onscreen images with the ease of a brush on canvas.
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