View Poll Results: Which photography plugin software you are using mainly?

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  • Nik Software

    12 85.71%
  • Alien Skin Software

    5 35.71%
  • onOne Software

    2 14.29%
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Thread: Photography Plugin editing software

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    Default Photography Plugin editing software

    Hi

    I'm doing a little survey which software is more popular.

    Please share why you like about it and which main editing software you are using such as PS, LR or Aperture, etc.

    This survey would make like minded people to see the pros and cons before purchasing it.

    If you have found great software which is not in the list, please do share.

    Thank you taking part of the survey.

    Cheers
    Last edited by sanfong; 1st February 2012 at 05:16 PM.

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    Default Re: Photography Plugin editing software

    Check out Album Builder by Fundy Software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanfong
    Hi

    I'm doing a little survey which software is more popular.

    Please share why you like about it and which main editing software you are using such as PS, LR or Aperture, etc.

    This survey would make like minded people to see the pros and cons before purchasing it.

    If you have found great software which is not in the list, please do share.

    Thank you taking part of the survey.

    Cheers
    Lightroom. Logical organization, one click upload to FB and Flickr, excellent tool set, one click lens correction for most Nikon lenses across all photos, flexible B&W rendering, stable, convenient link to PS for major corrections, e.g. Focus stacking and HDR stacking.

    Bad points: can be a little slow with huge raw files, EXPENSIVE!!

    For travel I use Filterstorm Pro on iPad. Good feature set, convenience, flexible B&W rendering, layers, reasonable price.

    Bad points: a little slow, quirky interface, upload to Flickr crashes often.

    Edit: I was originally reading this on my iPad and missed out that it is asking for _PLUGINS_. Sorry if I OT your thread.
    Last edited by pbear1973; 9th February 2012 at 01:10 PM.
    Stuff I'm reasonably proud of: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ctky1973/

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    Default Re: Photography Plugin editing software

    Quote Originally Posted by pbear1973 View Post
    Lightroom. Logical organization, one click upload to FB and Flickr, excellent tool set, one click lens correction for most Nikon lenses across all photos, flexible B&W rendering, stable, convenient link to PS for major corrections, e.g. Focus stacking and HDR stacking.

    Bad points: can be a little slow with huge raw files, EXPENSIVE!!

    For travel I use Filterstorm Pro on iPad. Good feature set, convenience, flexible B&W rendering, layers, reasonable price.

    Bad points: a little slow, quirky interface, upload to Flickr crashes often.

    Edit: I was originally reading this on my iPad and missed out that it is asking for _PLUGINS_. Sorry if I OT your thread.
    No problem at all.

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    Default Re: Photography Plugin editing software

    I use topaz plugins a lot .... Especially Topaz adjust and Topaz B&W

    Cheap and good

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    Default Re: Photography Plugin editing software

    Using the entire NikSoftware Suite in Photoshop

    I generally start with noise reduction ( depending on iso etc) processed to color efex ( tonal contrast, detail extractor, ink, curves, film effects, darken lighten centre..etc) then silver efex, followed by sharpening.

    Alienware - Exposure

    I use it for the direct conversion to film look

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    Default Re: Photography Plugin editing software

    nik software for me
    used it always

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    I like Nik Software too.
    KF Photography
    Thanks for viewing!

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    Default Re: Photography Plugin editing software

    I use Topaz Adjust. Mostly if I am blending single exposure shots with HDR's It helps to 'normalise' the images and helps with blending.

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