Topaz Labs has released the B&W Effects 2 plug-in as part of its library of Photoshop plug-ins. B&W Effects 2 promises several new features and improvements over the first version (and it’s a free upgrade for version 1 owners). Some of the new features include: [click to continue…]
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For those of you on the fence about Topaz’s new B&W Effects plug-in for Photoshop, Lightroom and Aperture, the introductory price on it expires next week.
It’s $29.99 now (with coupon code “bwandbeyond”), but will go up to $59.99 next week on October 3. You can also still check out the free trial to see if it’s for you.
Full details over at Topaz Labs’ website. You can also see my initial hands-on report here.
Topaz Labs’ latest plug-in, B&W Effects, is now available for Photoshop, Lightroom, Aperture or Photoshop Elements.
B&W Effects is equipped with a number of presets that provide you with a solid starting point for generating a black and white image. You can also create a black and white image using only the manual controls – or do something in between by tweaking the preset to your liking. [click to continue…]