PhotoPlus Expo 2012 – Athentech Perfectly Clear Dave Herwig November 12, 2012 News 4 Comments 0 Shares Google+ 0 Twitter 0 Facebook 0 LinkedIn 0 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 0 0 Shares × The folks at Athentech have solved all our problems when it comes to photography. According to Andy Williams of Athentech, they have the world’s best plug-in for image correction. They are your first stop in your workflow. Athentech has an iOS app for the iPhone and iPad, Photoshop and Lightroom plug-ins. The Perfectly Clear plug-in for Photoshop and Lightroom is easy to use and will shorten your post production process dramatically. Perfectly Clear promises: 1. The easiest and fastest way to improve every photo you take – saving you time, and 2. The highest quality photos you can imagine – what we call superior photos. 3. Unbeatable value - At only $199 USD. Alternatively you would have to buy at least 5 different plug-ins costing $600 – $750 USD to tackle 8 out of the 11 problems Perfectly Clear handles automatically. Athentech gives you a 30 day trial, so there is no reason for anyone not to try it out. Check out the complete You can get Perfectly Clear for: $2.99 on iPhone $5.99 on iPad $1.99 on Android Devices (*Note: The mobile device apps also offer other correction features such as noise correction for an additional $0.99 via in-app pricing ) $199 for the Photoshop or Lightroom plugin (free trials available) You can also check out all their products and compare their features on Athentech’s website. 0 Shares Google+ 0 Twitter 0 Facebook 0 LinkedIn 0 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 0 0 Shares × 4 Responses Andy Williams November 12, 2012 So much fun to be on Geek Beat with John P and Jared! Thanks for having me Just one minor update, our iOS app is now unified, just $2.99 for iPhone and iPad. Enjoy! John Conway November 12, 2012 The only thing about this post that I like is the quality of production. Get a big audience and then start selling posts. How about a free tutorial? Naw that does not pay the rent. The guy in middle is not refined for public media. He cost you money. Not the look but his disposition sucks. At least fake it till the end of the recording. Why keep watching Geek Beat? John P. November 12, 2012 John, I seriously don’t understand your comment. It seems like you’ve run many thoughts together into a giant run-on. So it’s hard to respond… Get a big audience and then start selling posts. We do not sell posts. We have sponsors for the shows, but we don’t sell opinions. I don’t know what you are referring to. How about a free tutorial? Naw that does not pay the rent. Both Jared and I have done countless free tutorials of all kinds. What are you referring to? The guy in middle is not refined for public media. That’s Jared Polin. He’s got over 125,000 followers on YouTube. He’s a photographer, and a very good one. He’s highly opinionated, and no he’s not as refined as I am but that is what a lot of people like about him. He’s RAW and tells it like he believes. We could say the same thing about Howard Stern. Why keep watching Geek Beat? Why not? John P.