Photoshop plugins
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Author:  Jim Clatfelter [ 04 Sep 2004 3:49 ]
Post subject:  Photoshop plugins

Any plans to add the ability to use photoshop plugins? I'd love to use buZZ Simplifier and a few others right in PhotoFiltre.

Author:  FrançoisL [ 04 Sep 2004 12:53 ]
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Yes this is planned for a version in the future but which will be a shareware (about 25 euros).

Author:  Photoshop Plugins [ 05 Sep 2004 4:18 ]
Post subject:  Photoshop plugins

Great news that there will be photoshop plugin compatibility. I will be glad to pay for the new version. This is my favorite editor. I love that I can fade any filter or adjustment--even paste can be faded. So simple. No need to work with layers as in other editors. I really look forward to the shareware version. Jim

Author:  FrançoisL [ 06 Sep 2004 15:24 ]
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Don't be 100 % sure that PSP plugins will be supported but THE great improvement of this shareware version will be layers. So that you can buy it anyway :wink:

Author:  Jim Clatfelter [ 17 Sep 2004 21:41 ]
Post subject:  Plugins

Yes, I will buy the new version with layers. I seems to me that the current version is working in layers anyway. Since I can fade any adjustment or filter. I don't know of another program where you can do this. You can fade a layer is PSE2, but you can't fade a simple adjustment that isn't on its own layer. I like PhotoFiltre's method much better. So simple.

Of course I would like Photoshop Plugins even more. I use BuZZ Simplifier on many of my pictures. I use Virtual Painter as well. How about a PhotoFiltre SIMPLIFIER filter? That would be great.

Author:  Guest .. [ 18 Sep 2004 22:54 ]
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PF is so easy. That is what I like about it. No hard work finding things and it's simple to use filtes and so many other things. In my way of thinking, this is what a lot of others should be doing with their programs. They should be simple without the mile high learning curve.

The first time I used PF, I was so pleased with it, I didn't bother with the other programs. Besides, they cost a bundle and have been around for years. One would think they would get easier, not harder. They have so many options, tools and etc, one can get / be lost in 10 minutes. Just to much bulk.

Antonio, you have done an excellent job with PF and I wish you much luck with it in the future. I to would buy the shareware version you mentioned.

Best Wishes ..

Guest / Mark

Author:  snapshooter [ 08 Oct 2004 0:09 ]
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Have any of you heard of Virtual Photographer from Optic Verve Labs?
Came across it in a newsletter and it is one sweet Plug-in system.
Developed by Photography loving Programmers, is PS compatible and is as close to an ALL IN ONE that you could hope for. Let me know if you want more info.

Author:  Guest [ 12 Oct 2004 6:12 ]
Post subject:  Plugins .. etc.

No, I have never heard of it. Virtual Photographer - plugin system. I'll see if I can find it. If not, I'll post back and ask for details.

Thank You !


Author:  laurentriste [ 12 Oct 2004 8:18 ]
Post subject:  virtualPhotographer

Virtual Photographer from Optic Verve Labs

virtualPhotographer includes over 50 presets that automatically apply combinations of film grain, color modification, B/W, soft focus, high contrast and many artistic effects to achieve the same professional-looking images that used to take hours of photo editing.

Author:  snapshooter [ 13 Oct 2004 0:25 ]
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Glad Laurentriste was able to provide the Link for you, Mark.
I'm sure you will enjoy it.
It works with a large number of editors but hopefully we'll be able to use it with Photo Filtre soon.

Author:  TonyHomes [ 20 Feb 2005 17:40 ]
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I really like photofiltre, but I won't buy the shareware version... I want, but I can't... I know that is very difficult to maintein the software, but I really hope that PF still knowled being a FREEWARE... Can't you give me for free the shar version :kidd:

Author:  coke [ 17 Mar 2005 22:37 ]
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when this layered version will come out?? :D

Author:  Antonio [ 18 Mar 2005 11:30 ]
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April (i'm late) :oops:

Author:  Guest [ 27 Mar 2005 1:06 ]
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is possible look this code and makeexternal plugin

Author:  josefina [ 05 Oct 2009 12:03 ]
Post subject:  Re: Photoshop plugins

What is the option in brushes in Photoshop that makes your brush narrow the longer you draw the line? I've seen my teacher use it before - but now I can't find it. It's in brushes in photoshop, and the longer your stroke is, the more it narrows away until it thins to nothing. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?
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