NBP Retouch Tools is working on something...

NBP Retouch Tools is working on something...

I'm kinda stoked to share (spill) some pretty cool news straight from the NBP Retouch Tools "lab" (we're calling it that from now, hush it haha).

For a long time now, you—our amazing community of photographers, retouchers, and digital artists—have been clamoring for a robust color tool to add to your retouching arsenal. Well, your requests haven't fallen on deaf ears. We're excited to announce that we are in the process of developing a brand-new Photoshop plugin dedicated entirely to color.

Color is the lifeblood of photography and digital art. It evokes emotion, sets the mood, and can turn a good image into an unforgettable one. Over the years, we've received countless messages, emails, and comments from our users expressing their desire for a tool that could make color grading more intuitive, powerful, and fun. We listened, and we're ready to deliver.

Our team of color science enthusiasts (read: nerds) will be working tirelessly all summer to bring this project to life. This isn't just another plugin; it's a labor of love, designed to meet the specific needs of our diverse user base. Whether you're a hobbyist looking to add some pop to your family photos or a professional retoucher working on high-end commercial projects, this new tool is being crafted with you in mind.

While we can't spill all the proverbial beans just yet, I can tell you that this plugin is going to be a game-changer. We're focusing on making it as user-friendly as possible, without sacrificing the depth and versatility that professionals require. Expect exploration features that will make color grading more accessible and efficient, allowing you to achieve the look you want with precision and ease (and find looks you didn't know you wanted).

At NBP Retouch Tools, our mission has always been to empower creatives to bring their vision to life. We understand that color is a fundamental aspect of your work, and we believe this new panel will change the way you approach color grading. It's about giving you more control but – crucially – more freedom to express your creativity.

We can't wait to share more updates with you as we progress through the development phase. Keep an eye on this blog, social media channels, and your inbox for sneak peeks, and the eventual release (which is a whole thing in and of itself). Your feedback has been invaluable, and we look forward to your continued input as we work to make this the best color tool on the market.

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