Last week I told you about Imagenomic Portraiture as one tool for dressing up portraits. It certainly isn’t the only tool for the job. Another tool you’ll want to explore is Portrait Professional. It can be run as a standalone tool or the Studio versions can be used as a Photoshop plug-in (not with Corel PHOTO-PAINT). Some of the things it can do to your images is skin smoothing, face sculpting, eye enhancing, hair enhancing, mouth enhancing and much more. The Standard edition starts at $39.95 and the Studio is available in a 32-bit version for $59.95 and a 64-bit version for $119.95.
If you go for the standard version, you’ll be limited to working with JPG and TIFF files. For some users, this is more than enough. One of the big benefits of the Studio versions is that they can directly read RAW files from your camera along with 48-bit TIFF files. I would highly recommend you look over some of the sample images on the Web site to see some of the dramatic changes than can be made in a minimal amount of time. You can also download a free trial before making a buying decision.