Really Nice Images has just released version 4.0 of their RNI All Films Pack. It’s priced at 122 USD and existing subscribers get an email with a half-price offer to upgrade! (If you didn’t get your upgrade offer, check out this page.) RNI now offers the All Films pack in Pro and Lite versions. The Pro version gets you everything, while the Lite version gives a smaller selection of presets at a much lower price of 59USD. Continue reading “Really Nice Images 4.0 Preview”
The newest update to Alien Skin Exposure, Exposure X, has been released and is now available for purchase.
Which is rather surprising, as there hasn’t been much publicity about it. From the “what’s new” page, the main features that existing Exposure users may be interested in include:
- New photo organiser features.
- Fast photo browsing and view.
- Brushes and layers.
- Noise reduction.(There has been no prior news about this function.)
Alien Skin serves up one of the most pleasantly deceptive marketing campaigns for the upcoming update to their venerable film-preset-and-image-editing software, Exposure X. Whereas most companies would advertise the killer features right at the beginning, Alien Skin seems be saving the best for the last. For the last two months, Alien Skin has been handing out bite-sized information about Exposure X, advertising a fast image browsing and viewing mode. Great features for sure but not exactly head-turning. Now they just revealed a new killer-feature in Exposure X: support for brush and layers!
Alien Skin has released another blog update for the upcoming release of Exposure X. The latest article highlights the speed of Exposure X’s image browsing feature. Here is the new video that summarises it.
Recently Lightroom has been getting a lot of flak for the perceived slowness of its image import function. This is not new, as experienced photographers have long known that Lightroom is slow Continue reading “Alien Skin Exposure X Sneak Peek 2”