Really Nice Images

Really Nice Images announced it has released a new generation of it’s film-emulating preset package ‘All Films’ for Adobe Lightroom users. After studying a number of archive samples, Really Nice Images recreated some really old film looks like Kodachrome from the edge 50s and 60s or Agfa Chrome from 70s. [click to continue…]


Topaz photoFXlab

Topaz photoFXlab Interface

Topaz is about to wrap up its $50 off deal on its new photoFXlab.  After that, the price goes up to $79.99.  Use the coupon code “FXlab” through 7/31/12 to get photoFXlab for $29.99.

Topaz photoFXlab is a standalone application that can also be accessed as a plugin. It allows you to work with layers of Topaz effects in a single interface.  More details are available on Topaz’s website.

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HDR Efex Pro 2

Nik Software has launched HDR Efex Pro 2 with several updates to the HDR processing program.  Nik says that it has improved HDR Efex Pro 2 to be faster, more powerful, deliver more realistic results, and easier to use than ever.

Key new features are listed below. [click to continue…]

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Adobe Lightroom 4

Adobe Lightroom 4 is officially out of the gate after a brief leak last week.  The price for the full version at launch is $149 (half off the $299 list).  Upgrades drop $20 less, down to $79.

If you’ve been following along with the beta release, then you have a pretty good idea what Lightroom 4 is like; however, we’ll hit the highlights below for those wondering what all the fuss is about. [click to continue…]

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Zoner HDR

Zoner Software has just released Zoner Photo Studio 14, which includes a number of new features.  Some of those key features include: [click to continue…]

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Apple has released an updated version of Aperture, which features open plug-in compatibility. This means that you can expect to see third-party plug-ins like Nik’s Viveza and PictureCode’s Noise Ninja in Aperture soon. It’s great to see a streamlined RAW-processing program like Aperture opened up. Hopefully, Adobe will do the same with Lightroom soon. [click to continue…]

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