LinuxPR: Paul Nolan’s Photogenics prepares to set the Linux graphics market on fire

“Paul Nolan Ltd is proud to announce that the award winning
graphics package Photogenics will soon be available for Linux.
First released on the Amiga five years ago, Photogenics is one
of the most innovative and exciting packages in its class.
is based on concepts that truly revolutionize the way you work with
images, and gives users unsurpassed freedom to experiment and tweak
an image to perfection.”

“The concepts behind Photogenics are simple yet powerful. The
left mouse button applies “Paint” to the image, and the right mouse
button removes it. If, for example, after ten brush strokes you
decide you don’t like the first one you did, you can simply fade it
out with the right mouse button, without needing to undo the other
nine brush strokes you really did like.”

“Paint” in Photogenics refers to what most packages call
filters. This means you can apply a filter to just the parts of the
image you are interested in by simply spraying it on with the
airbrush, often completely eliminating the need to create a tedious
selection or mask.”