AKVIS Magnifier 6

AKVIS Magnifier can increase the size of an image to about 400% without noticeable artifacts or halos.

Topaz Labs Star Effects

Topaz Labs provides the ability to either allow the software to find your highlights, or use a virtual brush to select and add the areas to include or exclude from your image.

Rampant Designs Tools

Just like in the photography world, the video world has a TON of plugins and stock special effects that you can purchase and use with your non-linear editing program.

Film Stocks v1

With its advanced masking capabilities, layers with blend modes, histogram, and more than 60 adjustment parameters, the Film Stocks plug-in looks more like a complete image editor than a film simulation filter.

Exposure 4

Fans of Alien Skin products should be quite happy with this latest iteration of Exposure. Version 4 elevates this already popular plug-in to new heights with an improved user interface, better organization of the filters by type, some great new effects that include light leaks, and more presets.

AKVIS Sketch v.13

AKVIS Sketch v.13 not only makes it easy and fun to generate professional-quality drawings and watercolor paintings from almost any image, it also offers a few other intriguing features.

HDR Expose 2

Processing HDR images to get just the right effect can be as much art as science. The new HDR Expose 2 from Unified Color Technologies (UCT) aims to help you find the right balance between the two, so you get just the finished image you want without headaches and frustration.

Totally Rad! RadLab

RadLab has a number of interesting effects you won’t find anywhere else and, as with Color Efex, users can create recipes by combining effects.

Filter Forge 3

Filter Forge provides graphic artists, 3D modelers, Web designers, and photographers with the ability to create a wide variety of photo effects, as well as abstract and realistic textures that you can use for pretty much whatever your creativity can come up with.

Perfect Effects 3

Photographic Effects Plug-in

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