Rubber Monkey Software brings the world of analog to Photoshop (they also offer versions for Premiere, After Effects, Final Cut Pro, and Motion) with a very easy-to-navigate user interface to produce these effects with FilmConvert Pro.
Eye Candy has always been more than just effects in that it strived for photorealistic looks for design professionals. Version 7 not only makes leaps forward in performance and output quality, but also adds a new graphical user interface, as well as some new effects.
Perfect Photo Suite 7 is sold in three different versions: Standard Edition, Lightroom & Aperture Edition, and Premium Edition. All editions work as standalone applications, but the Lightroom & Aperture and Premium Editions also work as plug-ins.
It’s easy to export a PDF from almost any program, but those same programs can’t open a PDF for editing—it’s a one-way street designed solely for output. Recently, help arrived in the form of Markzware’s new PDF2DTP, which can convert a PDF into an editable Adobe InDesign or QuarkXPress file.
There are many plug-ins for Photoshop that change an image’s looks, but few are as feature-complete as Red Giant’s Magic Bullet PhotoLooks 2. This mighty plug-in is a direct port of the company’s video color grading plug-in, but contrary to most ports, this one actually makes sense.