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Thread: Anyone here uses 'NeatImage' or 'GenuineFractals'?

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    Default Anyone here uses 'NeatImage' or 'GenuineFractals'?

    Are they good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilya
    Are they good?
    neatimage is good..try it out!
    Canon 10D/550D /Sigma 17-50mm/Sigma 30mm/Canon 50mm/Sigma 85mm

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    Is there a website to go to?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay
    Is there a website to go to?

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    I use NeatImage.
    The website is www.neatimage.com.

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    You can try out the free, feature-limited version of NeatImage. It is very powerful so please don't over use it or we see a lot of manniquinn here

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    I am a neatimage user. I used it for 10D images shot at 800 and above.

    Excellent software.

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    Thanks for all the tips and pointers. May I ask which version are you using? I may like to purchase the home edition if it is enough for use, especially if it has a plugin to Photoshop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay
    Thanks for all the tips and pointers. May I ask which version are you using? I may like to purchase the home edition if it is enough for use, especially if it has a plugin to Photoshop.
    The home ed is quite fine. However, only the Pro+ ed has the PS plugin. Check out the feature list on the site...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilya
    Are they good?
    Yes. Both excels in wat they are supposed to do.

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