2012 CES Innovation and Engineering Award
Portrait+ is based on ArcSoft's patented, award-winning (2012 CES Innovation and Engineering) and unique face feature recognition & photo processing technologies which have been appreciated by many imaging industry leaders like Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Kodak, Fujifilm etc.
ArcSoft inc. would like to thank the following associations and institutes for their continuous support and assistance．
The Royal Photographic Society
The Royal Photographic Society, founded in 1853, is an Educational Charity promoting both the art and science of photography. Membership is open to all, whatever level of experience or knowledge. No qualifications are required to join, just a passion and love for one or more of photography's myriad of genres, technologies and applications.
Professional Photographers of America (PPA)
Professional Photographers of America (PPA)is the world's largest nonprofit association for professional photographers, with 24,000 members in 54 countries. This association seeks to increase its members' business savvy as well as broaden their creative scope, advancing careers by providing all the tools for success as they have since 1869.
New York Institute of Photography
The New York Institute of Photography is the world's largest and oldest photography school. Founded in 1910, NYIP has been successfully graduating photographers all over the world for over 100 years. Their affordable home-study courses allow students anywhere to learn the photography skills that they need from New York City's professional photographers.
The Guild of Photographers
Established in 1988, The Guild of Photographers has brought together individuals interested in the craft of photography. To help everyone get the most from his camera, this association offers superb training and mentoring from some of the most established names in the world of photography, as well as a highly regarded qualification program.
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