Adobe Photoshop Plugins - Alien Skin Exposure 188.8.131.5296
Adobe Photoshop Plugins - Alien Skin Exposure 184.108.40.20696 + keygen
OS : windows | 39 MB
Alien Skin Exposure - a powerful plug-in for Photoshop, designed for color correction and styling images under foil color and b / w photograph. But apart from styling under the film, the plugin also has tools for common photo editing: Shadow / Highlights, Curves, Sharpen, and many others. The program gives digital photos cinematic brilliance. Exposure also simulates a number of studio effects, besides the user program controls the sharpness, color temperature and has the ability to monitor the softness of the picture. Kinosimulyator Exposure is based on a detailed analysis of hundreds of films. When attaching various kinofiltrov program does not increase the noise of digital images, unlike most similar plug-ins.
Unlike most plug-ins for Photoshop, this plug-in is a very important feature - it can be used as a novice amateur photographer using a plug-in default settings and professional photographer, displaying all the settings manually processed
hotoTools Pro is the fastest and easiest way to add a professional look to your photos in Photoshop. You get hundreds of professional-grade photographic effects, all wrapped up in an easy-to-use Photoshop plug-in making this the fastest and easiest way to make your photos stand out from the crowd. The key to PhotoTools 2.5 Professional is its unique ability to provide full-screen previews of an effect on your image before you choose to apply it. PhotoTools is like Legos® for Photoshop. You can stack multiple effects on top of each other just like you would filters over a camera lens. You can then control the order of each effect and how they blend together for a truly unique look. You can even save your effect stacks for future use and share them with your friends who have PhotoTools or access them inside of Aperture and Lightroom to speed-up your workflow.
» Image Optimize: Color and tone corrections, lighten and darken color or tonal ranges, improve shadow and highlight detail.
» Landscape Enhance: Enhance color and contrast, add a touch of sunlight or add environmental effects like rain, snow, fog and rainbows.
» Portrait Enhance: Retouch portraits by automatically smoothing skin, enhancing eyes and whitening smiles.
» Black and White Treatments: Convert your images to black and white with all the control of the darkroom.
» Photo Filters: Add a wide range of traditional photographic filters like polarizer, warming, cooling, color enhancing and graduated colors.
» Camera Tricks: Recreate in-camera techniques like lens pan and flare
» Lighting Effects: It’s like a studio in a box. Take your flat-lit images and add drama with additional lights and cast shadows.
» Film & Darkroom: Try out different films, toners and darkroom techniques.
» Stylized Effects: Recreate the look of popular movies or the special effects that wedding and commercial photographers add to their images to give them the edge.
» One-Click Art: Turn your image into a comic book or impressionist masterpiece in one click.
» Overlay Effects: Add an overlay to give your image that authentic vintage or grunge look.
How to use Photoshop plugins
A plug-in is a software module, which is used with some other applications to enhance the capabilities of that application. Adobe Photoshop
comes with pre-installed plug-ins. These plug-ins perform different type of effects on images.
To use plug-ins in Adobe Photoshop we need to install them in Adobe Photoshop's plug-in directory.When we install any plug-in it will ask you to give the path (some automatically finds Adobe Photoshop). Select the Adobe Photoshop's plug directory. When Adobe Photoshop will run it will automatically read these plug-ins. These plug-ins will be included in the Filter menu.
To use any plug-in, open the image on which we want to use effects. Then go to menu bar and select Filter and then in the end of this menu list select any of the installed plug-in. The plug-in window will open.