macOS New App Release – Ombre1.0.1


Product Announcement – einstein’s legacy v2.0, LLC of Charlotte, North Carolina has released Ombre 1.0.1, the company’s new image transformation tool developed exclusively for Mac OS X. Ombre is an creative tool for web designers, graphic artists and photographers alike. It lets you add radial or linear color gradient overlays to your images without altering the originals. Ombre 1.0.1 includes the following key features:

  • Ease of Use – The single-window interface keeps all essential application controls in view and immediately available
  • Gradient Types – Create nondestructive overlays that use either radial (concentric) or linear (point to point) gradients
  • Interoperability – Drag’n drop (or copy) high-resolution images directly from Ombre to your application or the Finder
  • Printing – Print high-resolution source material as a single image, on a contact sheet or as image slices
  • Exporting – Create new images using a background process while you continue to work on other projects
  • Sharing – Share images with local applications or using Facebook and other popular internet services
  • Slide Shows – Create an interactive slide show presentation using your processed output images
  • Settings Sharing – Use the lift and stamp features to quickly replicate settings from one item to another

System Requirements:

  • OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) or later
  • 64-bit processor
  • 2.0 MB

Ombre 1.0.1 is available for $5.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and is available worldwide from the Mac App Store in the Photography category.

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