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IMAGESTUDIO.img_.bin (197.50 KB)
MD5: 478892e7bc4b5ac90c6ef558f2f061e3
For System 1 - 5 - System 7.0 - 7.6
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ImageStudiotm_1.7.image_.sit (319.28 KB)
MD5: cd8e39cb6746c654363ba8d62c38e414
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ImageStudio_Effects.bin (800.13 KB)
MD5: 66a0385eed27c80c03897c55289c2c85
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ImageStudio_Sample_Images.bin (800.13 KB)
MD5: abd35b979de5a65f353349fbaa9989ce
For System 1 - 5 - System 7.0 - 7.6
This app works with: Mini vMac Mini vMac II

ImageStudio lets you manipulate, enhance, retouch and recreate greyscale images that have been digitized. Remove unwanted elements, alter contrast, lighten shadows or apply effects.

In addition to its own Raster Image File Format (RIFF), it reads TIFF, FOTO (PageMaker 1.2) and MacPaint PICT(2) files.

The software was an affordable (495$) way to bring a photo-retouching lab to the Macintosh, a personal computer, whereas before only expensive minicomputer-based systems had the resources to do that work.

As the market shifted to prefer "true color" paint programs for professional print media in the late 80s, the developers of ImageStudio shipped a less successful spinoff, Letraset ColorStudio, before Letraset exited the creative tools software business.

Architecture: 68k

68020 (Mac II) and higher