Category Archives: Reviews
John C. Dvorak is no stranger when it comes to software reviews. But this was his first interaction with Alien Skin Softwares’ plug-ins. I’m pleased to share that, among other things, he found Snap Art fun to work with. Head over to PCMag.com … Continue reading
Tyson Robichaud just published his first experiences with Snap Art 3. Head over to his blog to hear what he thinks. The article is so thorough and gives so many examples that it is an excellent introduction to the product. … Continue reading
Seriouscompacts.com recently published an article on Bokeh. Amin Sabet, the author, makes a lot of great points. He said, “It’s a powerful tool for those of us who enjoy the use of compact cameras.”
George Schaub’s Exposure review was just spotted over on Shutterbug.com. An interesting point he makes is about tailoring presets for his own palate. Customizing can be easily overshadowed by the hundreds of presets in Exposure. But it’s one of the many reasons to … Continue reading
www.photographybay.com/ Eric Regan explains how to use Bokeh for images in his review on PhotographyBay.com. He not only uses the plug-in on still images, he takes it a step further and shows how to spice up a video clip.
www.foto.no Alexander Tufte went over Exposure 3 with a fine-toothed comb for this review. His years behind the camera and in the darkroom have given him a critical eye for accuracy. The resulting review is full of beautiful examples, insights, … Continue reading
Dave Johnson recently reviewed Bokeh on PC Worlds Digital Focus blog. He confesses to using Bokeh to simulate believable lens blur (five-blade, nine-blade, etc.) in past posts. After all, catadioptric lenses are tough to find.
www.merlinjohnonline.co.cc Hugh John dazzled us with back-to-back reviews of Bokeh and Exposure. For us, it’s nice to hear reviewers talk about these plug-ins like we do. I assume that my view is biased, but Hugh seems like a fan too.