Photobot Now Available in 6 Languages for Windows Vista


The Photobot is a “Zero-Click” picture correction software. It is now available for the Windows Vista operating system in six languages for widespread distribution.

Once installed, you don’t have to do a thing. It’s just there in your computer. Seconds after you download pictures it pops up, showing you the enhanced photos. It’s that simple.

It’s for folks who don’t want the steep learning curve of Photoshop or the other geeky image editors, but shoot a lot of pictures anyway. You can tell your Grandmother Maria, who speaks only Spanish, that she can now enhance her photos with Photobot. It’s easy and it speaks her language too. It is also available in French, German, Italian, Dutch and, of course, English.

Tribeca Labs, the company who makes it, says Photobot adapts to the content of each image to make the necessary adjustments for optimum results every time. Photobot improves brightness with Perfectly Clear exposure and color with Full Spectrum RGB. Photobot even reduces red-eye caused by on camera flash automatically with FotoNation Red-Eye.

You want to keep those red eyes in your spooky Halloween pictures? No problem, Photobot did not destroy the original, it’s still there. Just right-click and select “Restore to Original.”


Published by Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.