Babya announces Babya Photo Workshop X4, Cover Flow 2, Cover Fusion & PhotoPro 4.0

Babya today unveiled Babya Photo Workshop X4-a semi-professional image editor and a new version of the popular professional image editor, Babya PhotoPro. 

PhotoPro 4.0 features a improved Z-Scape landscape generation and faster performance.

Babya Photo Workshop X4 is a new image editor using the Babya Photo Workshop branding aimed at the “fusion” photographer:a step above BabyaOne Photo but suited to the needs of this market.

A fusion photographer is someone who likes to work on their images using a combination of several photo editors. 

Based on a fusion of Photo Workshop XL,PhotoPro and Babya bPicture, Babya Photo Workshop X4 is the world’s first fusion image editor offerring the best features from each such as:

-Palette support:both Babya .bbc and Corel formats

-Over 300 drawing tools

-Effects:over 50

As part of Cover Fusion:a new suite offering Babya Photo Workshop X4, bDesign and Babya Draw you can create drawings and images then place them onto a website with extreme ease. 

Babya also announces Cover Flow 2-combing all of the above.

Babya’s A.A. Fussy hailed Babya Photo Workshop X4 as a image editor that is uniquely posistened in a new category for software:fusion software. 

He says, “We are bringing back Babya Photo Workshop by popular demand-it’s even better and has a lot more creative tools.”

Product Availability:

All of the above including Babya Photo Workshop X4, Cover Flow 2, Cover Fusion & PhotoPro 4.0 will be available by the end of January 2009.

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