Alpharetta, Ga. -
, makers of the Color Right Pro and classic white balancing tools for digital cameras, is currently running a Summer Retail Promotion supporting sales through its authorized dealer partners.
Now through July 23, the company is giving consumers a free Color Right Classic Portrait filter when they purchase the Color Right Pro tool from an authorized dealer.
Color Right is also making the offer available to consumers who purchase the Color Right Pro directly from its website, if they live in an area not served by a local Color Right dealer partner.
After registering on the company's website, consumers can look up Color Right's dealers to find a retail outlet in their area to purchase a Color Right Pro (the typical selling price is $129.95).
After the product arrives, Color Right Pro purchasers are instructed to mail in a copy of the sales receipt along with the original UPC and bar code from the Color Right Pro packaging to a promotion redemption center.
The address is available on the
Color Right will then ship back a free Color Right Classic Portrait white balance tool (a $89.95 value), within a four to six week delivery period.
The Color Right Pro product much be purchased between June 20 and July 23.
The Color Right Pro features a special diffused light collection dome over a graduated color scale to help digital still and video cameras read ambient light levels from a wide area to set a realistic white balance under a variety of difficult lighting conditions. These conditions frequently throw off automatic white balance systems in cameras, requiring adjustment work in post-processing software suites.
Instructional videos are available on the Color Right website.
The Color Right tools remove the extra white balance work by getting the level correct in the camera.
The Color Right Classic Portrait is a flat disc with a graduated color scale that performs a similar function (without the diffuser dome) but helps the camera produce slightly more amber shades for warmer color effects that typically work well in portraits.