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NET and receive notifications of new posts by email. Email Address. Alien Skin Exposure Features! Photo manager with all basic operations and photo manager with all basic operations. Powerful noise reduction and sharpening and run Photoshop directly from exposure. Temperature and tint controls corrections and supports a variety of file types. Add exposure effects to Photoshop layers and all basic effects and basic operations. And much more.. New histogram with clipping overlays and new lens distortion correction.
Oh it's hilarious. I'm constantly laughing at it. What a knee slapper Oh my. So funny A complete riot!!!! Like aperature used to allow. Now let's see them make an iPad app. I really like the way you can modify the 'filters' and run many filters on the same picture if you want.
Sometimes you get really nice results. Depends on you. I have the X2 but I cannot figure out if I can use it as a standalone product.
Thus far it's been an add-on in LR. Looks really interesting. This seems to be a good piece of software. Hope to see some kind of geotagging or map based tagging in the future, then I will give it a try. I still use Aperture which I think has the most intuitive interface and exceptionally useable tools. No multistep masking , but simply brushes to do virtually every basic edit.
I find it ironic that most amateurs salivate to own DSLR's costing thousands because they can produce such great images then buy complex editing software to salvage an image that should have been shot properly to begin with.
I think X3 has most of the right tools for exceptionally quick selective edits with brushes. I shoot wildlife and sell my work at art shows. I've rarely needed a fraction of the features available in Lightroom and the like.
A tweak here and there and its done. If you need to spend more time editing than it takes to create an image you are doing something wrong. I see an infatuation with complexity in photography these days which is not necessary. I think your last point is pertinent to photos like yours in which you want to portray realistic scenarios, but less so for more arty or creative images, imho.
I did notice that my Xpro2 and XT files tend to lag a bit when editing regardless if I'm using Lightroom, Capture One, or even Aperture the fastest among the bunch. We need another one? You are going to have to do some serious offering, futuristic offerings to supplant Adobe from my decades of Adobe use.
Choice is good. But maybe not for those who feel they can't change after using something for decades. Anyway, Adobe is not the best for RAW photo processing these days. Capture One and others have that handled better. This new product looks like it is worth checking out if you're stuck in an Adobe subscription and want to get out of paying them ongoing rent. I agree with Andre-ju.
Having plenty of choice means there are few excuses for not using something good. I disagree. I'm still angry about Apple abandoning Aperture. You are going to need to back that up. I have Capture One and a few others What is your metrics and data?
There's a large and growing population of end users who can't stand Adobe software and are hungry for alternatives. You bet we need one! I use Lightroom because it was the only one. But the catalog function is backwards, everything important seems hard to use except basic editing.
Adobe is imperious and cocky. I hope they are watching. Again, that is just the voice of a loud minority, sort of like we see in society now days. Be loud enough and it makes you think you are the majority. Don't like a product, don't use it. Thanks for the Review DPr! A very interesign product - I am glad you check out the "shadows control" and explained what happens - I use that frequently.
Exposure X3 not using standard XMP files is a deal killer for me. I don't want to be locked into their propitiatory system. You made me curious, so I did some tests.
They ARE xmp files, but not named as such. There are 2 ways to convert them, as long as you use RAW files. You can export them to the same folder using the same file extension, or you can actually copy the. Exporting jpgs bakes in any edits. I suspect the copy method would work here but I haven't tested it.
The killer feature for me is that it doesn't use a library.. I put all my files on Onedrive and then I don't have to worry about the library if I edit on my laptop or on my desktop! But I notice a difference when the raw files are compressed compared to uncompressed!
Not using a library suggests to me that it will perform like a cow. Actually, it has been shown that Lightroom performs best with a small library. Aperture performed great with large libraries running on processors from several years ago—mostly on hard drives instead of SSDs. Again, this is just a further indictment against Adobe's terrible software architecture and bloat which is totally separate from their hideous and non-native UI design.
The library slow down lightroom due the reason of search algorithm typically a binary search. I have a patent related to search that could do size independent search timings, adobe can approach my previous employer they hold it about it.
Can speed things up very much. Aperture uses a library and it's fast. No new patented technology required. What Adobe needs is new leadership that focuses less on the bottom line and more on the user experience. But of course that will never happen since corporations are beholden to Wall Street over customers.
It won't replace Photoshop but I've always thought Lightroom was just too over-engineered and cumbersome. I like Exposure because it focuses pun alert! I use the two together quite often. Image editing is only one part of the equation.
What we lack today are good alternatives to Lightroom in the realm of digital asset management software with rich, elegant, and fast interfaces. My outdated, several year old copy of Aperture is far faster and less of a resource hog than Lightroom. Yes, they have great capabilities, but their user interfaces are infuriatingly bad for anyone accustomed to the polish of the Mac ecosystem. With online price performance improving by orders of magnitude while desktop systems improve by a few percent, pursuing a desktop future is like trying to build a better carburetor for a car.
It is not just data analytics that have migrated but video editing and high end gaming as well. Unless Alien Skin has a web plan, their future isn't bright. Take a look at some of the free photo editing applications on ChromeOS if you want to see the future. Stuff that. Have zero interest in contributing to hosted applications like that in any way sale or form.