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Fast Photo Colour Correction Software

Welcome to Kea Sigma Delta! Here, you will find software for easily fixing/enhancing your photo's colours.

Relight - A Photo Colour Correction/Enhancement Tool

Have photos where the colours didn't turn out right? Or maybe you have old photos whose colours have faded over time. Relight - a photo colour correction tool - can help you correct colour and lighting issues such as these quickly. It can:

  • Fix photos that look too red, blue, or pale;
  • Fix photos that look washed out (i.e., faded) too dull, too bright;
  • Perform creative colour transformations; and,
  • More...

Click here to learn more about Relight

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Photography: The Use of Positive and Negative Space and Other Tips for Composition

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Seven Golden Tips to Improve Your Nature Photography

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