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 Post subject: Photoshop plugins
PostPosted: 04 Sep 2004 3:49 
Any plans to add the ability to use photoshop plugins? I'd love to use buZZ Simplifier and a few others right in PhotoFiltre.


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PostPosted: 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).


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 Post subject: Photoshop plugins
PostPosted: 05 Sep 2004 4:18 
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


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PostPosted: 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:


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 Post subject: Plugins
PostPosted: 17 Sep 2004 21:41 
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.


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PostPosted: 18 Sep 2004 22:54 
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


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PostPosted: 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.

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 Post subject: Plugins .. etc.
PostPosted: 12 Oct 2004 6:12 
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 !


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 Post subject: virtualPhotographer
PostPosted: 12 Oct 2004 8:18 
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Virtual Photographer from Optic Verve Labs

http://www.optikvervelabs.com

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.


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PostPosted: 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.
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snapshooter.

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PostPosted: 20 Feb 2005 17:40 
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:


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PostPosted: 17 Mar 2005 22:37 
when this layered version will come out?? :D


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PostPosted: 27 Mar 2005 1:06 
http://www.openexr.com/photoshop_plugin.html
is possible look this code and makeexternal plugin


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 Post subject: Re: Photoshop plugins
PostPosted: 05 Oct 2009 12:03 
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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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