It seems that there are some cool apps being made solely for the new OS X Leopard update from Apple. Naked Light is absolutely one of them.
Naked Light is a new imaging tool that throws away antiquated concepts like pixels; layers; 8-bit color; and destructive, non-re-editable filters and operations. Instead, compositions in Naked light represent a sort of Platonic ideal-with infinite resolution, 590 quintillion colors!!!, and perpetually re-editable nodes.
Brandon comments on the Naked Lights blog: “Naked’s targetted squarely for less professional users, or at best, a tool to use alongside Photoshop. But it’s not going to cut it in a commercial environment. It’s too 1.0”
Well, I personally just love when there is a new imaging product being released, since that is not an everyday event. So, gotta get that Leopard up and running now!