Macphun Software has updated Tonality, the company’s black & white photo editor made for Macs. The new version of the application comes with 500px support, as well as, support for more cameras including the Leica SL (Typ 601, Canon G1 X Mark II and the Nikon D300S.
For a more detailed look at the new software check out the full press release below.
— Scott Younker
San Diego, CA April 7th, 2016 Macphun Software, a leading innovative photography app developer with over 30 million users worldwide, have today launched a major update to Tonality, their award-winning black and white photo editor for Mac.
To celebrate the update, Macphun are offering a 50% discount and a free batch processing in the MAS version of Tonality for one week only (7th-14th April).
What are the key highlights of the update to Tonality?
- Preset Packs from World-Famous Photographers
Tonality users will now have access to a free preset library, created by professional photographers from around the world. To access the library, users simply need to click “Get more presets” from inside the software.
Macphun have enlisted the expertise of p rofessional photographers, including Serge Ramelli, John Batdorff, Dan Hughes, Andy Krucezk and others to create exciting new preset packs exclusive to Tonality, which can be found at macphun.com/tonality-presets.
Statistics show that since August 2014 (when the software was launched) Tonality users have processed over 7 million images , and applied over 50 million presets to their photos. Current favourite preset packs include Portrait, Architecture, and Dramatic.
500px Support plus 3-month FREE membership
Macphun have teamed up with 500px to allow users to easily export images directly from Tonality to the global online photography community. Macphun are also excited to offer a 3-month 500px membership for free as a bonus to Tonality.
More cameras supported
RAW file support has been improved and extended so RAW image files can now be opened from a variety of new cameras: Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II, Fujifilm FinePix HS50EXR 100, LEICA Q (Typ 116), LEICA SL (Typ 601), LEICA M MONOCHROM (Typ 246), NIKON D300S, Panasonic DMC-G7, Sony DSLR-A700, Sony DSCRX100M3, Sony DSCRX10M2.
What other new features and improvements can be expected?
Other improvements include ability to export images from Tonality to Aurora HDR, improved Lightroom and Photoshop export, improved language translation quality, and improved stability.
Standard version of Tonality (available on the Mac App Store)
In addition to all the updates listed above, the Mac App Store version of Tonality now includes batch processing as an In-App purchase. The batch processing in-app will be available for free between 7th and 14th April. Batch in Tonality allows users to process, rename and resize dozens of photos at the same time.
What is Tonality?
Tonality is a compelling black and white photo editor. It combines the authenticity of the monochrome analog era and the cuttingedge colour technologies of the digital age. Reimagine your monochrome image editing with hundreds of presets, layers, unique digital controls, authentic grain and more.
Pricing and Availability:
Tonality is available as a standard version through the Mac App Store, a standalone Pro version direct from https://macphun.com/tonality, or as part of Creative Kit 2016 at macphun.com/creativekit.
The standard version of Tonality is available via the Mac App Store at the 50% discount: $9.99 from 7th-14th April: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/tonality/id892581529?mt=12
Tonality CK standalone is available direct from https://macphun.com/tonality at $69.99.
Creative Kit 2016, featuring Tonality and five other incredible Macphun apps, is available direct from macphun.com/creativekit at $129.99.