Thank you for being a Radiant Photo user. We truly appreciate your passion for the product and your feedback. This is a useful update for all users. We strive to provide high-quality software and closely look at the bugs and feature requests we receive through our tech support team.
New Sizing Options when Saving
We hear you wanted more control when saving files.
The Resize menu has been expanded.
- Click the Save or Save All button.
- Choose any options for format.
- If desired, click the Reduce size checkbox.
- Click the list to choose your options.
50% Original – Half the width and height of original
25% Original – A quarter the width and height of original
Custom width – Enter in pixels with maximum width; height is calculated automatically.
Custom height – Enter in pixels with maximum height; the width is calculated automatically.
For Social Media – Perfect for posting online.
For Email – Small file for email
More Keyboard Shortcuts
Work faster with improved Keyboard Shortcuts
Some useful improvements.
- Improve overall stability – harder, better, faster, stronger – Daft Punk,
- Photoshop Plugin logs version number – so we can better understand any bugs or support issues.
- Show M1 or Intel arch on the version number – An A means ARM processor (m1/M2), and an I means Intel processor for macOS users. This way you know you installed the correct version of the App.
- Aligned Smart Presets and Presets Buttons – It drives is nuts when buttons aren't aligned... if you feel the same way... smile.
We’re always striving to make Radiant Photo faster and easier to use. Thanks to those of you who took the time to file bugs and work with our Support team.
- Mac Desktop app becomes unresponsive when batch processing – You'll get fewer hangups... even with less RAM.
- Issue Saving Files if stored at the Top of a Hard Drive – We've made it easier to store files on drives... especially if you don't pick a folder. But from one photographer to another... use Folders.
- Wrong zoom and pan of the rotated images – If you saw that the Before and After images seemed strange on rotated... you were right. If this still happens... now you're wrong.
- Fixed a crash on very small images – For those of you still shooting with really, really, really old digital cameras.... we've got you covered.
- Fixed a rare correction artifact when using Light Diffusion at low strengths– If you sometimes saw banding in the sky or really bright areas... this should be fixed. We've got no funny joke here, this bug sucked, and we're glad it's gone.
How to update
Thanks again for using Radiant Photo. You can learn how to upgrade by checking out this article on the Radiant Manager.
- When you launch the application, it should prompt you for an update.
- Be sure any host applications like Photoshop or Lightroom Classic are closed when you run the update.
- Here are additional instructions on how to update if needed – https://manual.radiantimaginglabs.com/1/en/topic/keeping-radiant-photo-up-to-date.