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Scenery for Mac

Scenery for Mac

Pretty stoked the app we've been working on at casa ACB is now live! Scenery is an app that lets you showcase your designs with premium mockup templates. Sick and tired of the tacky photography and device renders that other services provided, we decided to make our own. It's pretty awesome to create a product that satisfies a personal need, but also for so many other creatives who have been going through the same frustrations. You now have access to a premium collection of device templates, containing neutral, versatile shots of real devices that enable you to communicate your designs professionally. My favourite part about the whole thing? No photoshop is required! We've done all the hard work so you don't have to.

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Scenery runs natively on your Mac, so it’s seriously lightning-fast. The fact that it’s a native app means that we can apply sophisticated image filters and transformations in just seconds! By 'we' I mean thanks to Chris and Florian, the genius devs behind the project who blow my mind on a daily basis and of course the epic group effort of A Color Bright.

Ace photography thanks to über talented Zoë Noble and after editing a few hundred images myself, I think I've hit my threshold for retouching fingers. You can download Scenery for free (you even score a few free templates) over at getscenery.com — I hope you enjoy using it as much as I do!

Ace photography thanks to über talented Zoë Noble and after editing a few hundred images myself, I think I've hit my threshold for retouching fingers. You can download Scenery for free (you even score a few free templates) over at getscenery.com — I hope you enjoy using it as much as I do!

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