Enjoy 30-Day Trial of Powerful Image Editing Software, Pixeluvo

Photo editing enters a new era this year as Pixeluvo launches a powerful and affordable new suite designed for Windows and Linux users. For photographers wanting to try out the software, Pixeluvo is offering new members a FREE 30 day trial of the latest 1.5 version.

Equipped with a cornucopia of cutting edge tools, features and functions, Pixeluvo offers users a Photoshop-style experience, without the blue-chip price tag. From a complex colour correction suite of transform filters and RAW processing pipeline to powerful layering tools and a catalogue of filters and effects, the software is perfect for professional photographers and hobbyists alike.

Professional standard tools such as Spot-Heal, Clone, Filter and Warp are ideal for creating a flawless finish while a powerful set of temperature, shadow, midtone and highlight functions can be adjusted to achieve a picture perfect finished product. For editors wanting to explore a creative streak the software can be used to create photo montages, simulate real drawing media and more

The latest 1.5 version is now live and encompasses a myriad of new features and upgrades. These include a new photocopy filter, improved FX Brush, more streamlined layer and masking operations and more. All complemented by a modern and intuitive user interface that’s sleek, stylish and incredibly easy to use. With a focus on streamlined controls and minimal distractions, Pixeluvo ensures that editors stay focused on the project at hand. 

Andy Gill, developer and owner at Pixeluvo says, “I appreciate that customers want to try before they buy which is why I’ll always offer all new users a FREE 30 day trial of the software. During this time editors should develop an in-depth understanding of the Pixeluvo experience, as well as explore its cutting edge tools, features and functions.”

As well as taking advantage of the FREE 30 day trial, new Pixeluvo users are also invited to take part in the software’s tutorials. Current topics include Introduction to Layers and Masks, working with Portraits and Introduction to Pixeluvo. The trio of tutorials is designed to help users make the most of Pixeluvo, with Gill also welcoming suggestions on future topics.

During the trial version users are limited to saving files no larger than 800×600 pixels. When upgrading to the full version there is no limit on file sizes. Users can upgrade to a full Pixeluvo license for a one off fee of US$34+VAT. This includes all future updates for that major version number.

To find out more about Pixeluvo and download the free photo editing 30 day trial for Windows or Linux, go to: http://www.pixeluvo.com/


Dakota Digital for Pixeluvo

Contact: Rebecca Appleton

Email: Rebecca@dakotadigital.co.uk

Tel UK: 01623 428996

Tel US: 917-720-3025 


Developed by former Sony games programmer Andy Gill, Pixeluvo is a new generation of photo editing software designed for Windows and Linux users. The interface is simple and easy to use, accompanied by an affordable price tag. This makes it a great Photoshop alternative for amateur photographers, and anyone with an interest in enhancing the aesthetics of personal albums. The latest version of Pixeluvo is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Linux.