Finally, a simple photo editor focused on drone aerial photography [Deals] | Cult of Mac

Finally, a simple photo editor focused on drone aerial photography [Deals]


AirMagic Photo Editor
Quickly and easily touch up those beautiful aerial drone shots with this Mac app.
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Drones aren’t just fun toys anymore. Drones are changing…well, everything. Drones are delivering medical supplies in Africa, keeping school kids safe in Indiana and improving our understanding of tornado behavior in Texas.

And oh, the aerial photography. From shooting action sequences in “Game of Thrones” to changing the real estate game, it’s not enough just to capture aerial footage. That footage actually has to look brilliant too.

Not to worry though, because drone photographers are getting some help. AirMagic Aerial Photo Editor is a brand new, first-of-its-kind simple photo editor tailored specifically to the needs of shooting drone video and still images. Right now, you can also get it at over half off the retail price, just $14.99 with this limited time promo code: WEEKEND25.

AirMagic leverages the power of AI and advanced algorithms to improve the quality, contrast and sharpness of drone aerial photography.

Users just drop their video or images into AirMagic and the app gets to work. AirMagic assess the drone camera itself, makes automatic lens and color corrections based off those specs, then evaluates each frame to fix typical drone image problems.

AirMagic punches up the color, eliminates haze, enhances the sky and blitzes through a laundry list of other adjustments to improve your images automatically. It works seamlessly with other popular photography tools like Photoshop and Lightroom, handles batch edits of up to 4GB at once and even offers a host of manual features to make drone photos and video as brilliant as shots from ground-based DSLR cameras.

Buy now: Get the AirMagic Aerial Photo Editor for just $14.99 with promo code: WEEKEND25. That’s a full half off the usual price.


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