Category Archives: Reviews
Check out this review of Eye Candy 7 from Paul Strauss. He made lots of great looking examples for the article. In particular, he did a fabulous job showing off the Shadow and Motion Trail effects. Thanks Paul!
James Dempsey reviewed Eye Candy 7 in exactly the way I would, through pictures instead of words. You can read the article at The Graphic Mac. Thanks, James!
Photo District News named Exposure 4 the Best Software of 2012. Dan Havlik said, “There’s tons of software on the market that digitally simulates the look of classic film stocks but Alien Skin Exposure 4 was the most comprehensive — and most … Continue reading
Amedeo Novelli published a fantastic review of Exposure on fotoup.net. The review is in Italian, so the links in this post go to an English translation from Google. Along with the review, he made an interesting example project called The Time … Continue reading
Take a look at William Ray’s review of Snap Art 3 on gadgeteer.com. He made excellent comparisons between different filters from versions 2 & 3. Copious examples clearly show the improvements made to each effect. Below are a few of William’s example images. See his article for … Continue reading
Creative Bloq is a web site that provides daily design tips and inspiration. I’m pleased as punch that they included Exposure, Eye Candy, and Blow Up in their list of the 20 Best Photoshop Plug-ins. Exposure is #1! I’m not … Continue reading
Exposure 4 continues to inspire glowing reviews. I’m glad that reviewers are focusing on the features we worked on the most: realistic new looks, speed, and user interface. Martin Taylor created some attractive examples in his article at The Candid … Continue reading
George Schaub recently published his review of Snap Art 3 over on shutterbug.com. He combined some simple Photoshop tricks with Snap Art, hand-tailoring each photo’s final look. There are many different ways to work in Photoshop. Because of this, everyone … Continue reading
I recently came across an interesting review of Snap Art 3. The article’s unique examples immediately got my attention. I think of using Snap Art on a beautiful shot from a DSLR or point-and-shoot camera. The author, Kay Michael Kuhnlein, has … Continue reading
Recently, a Snap Art 3 review was posted on Macworld.com. Our software is normally reviewed on photography-centric websites. For us, reviews outside of this arena are just as significant. It’s viewed from a different perspective. Head over to Macworld.com to … Continue reading