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Get OnOne’s Perfect Effects 8 for FREE!

Get OnOne’s Perfect Effects 8 for FREE!

For a limited time OnOne is offering their Perfect Effects 8 Premium Edition software for free. Please note this is not the entire PerfectSuite 8 but just one module included, however there are hundreds of great effects that are fully and easily customisable.

X-T1 RAW Support in Capture One 7.2.1

X-T1 RAW Support in Capture One 7.2.1

Everyone knows that Fuji jpegs are amazing and there is no real reason to shoot in RAW, however some of us just can’t kick the habit. For those of you who are shooting the X-T1 and longing for RAW file support in software it looks like Capture One’s latest update 7.2.1 could be your answer.

Adobe Lightroom 5.3 now available

Adobe Lightroom 5.3 now available

Adobe has just released Lightroom 5.3 and Camera RAW 8.3 which will provide additional camera RAW support and lens profile support. They have also addressed some bugs in the previous version of Lightroom.

Adobe released Lightroom 5 Beta

Lightroom 4 already allowed many photographers to do away with Photoshop. It seems Lightroom 5 will be continuing on this trend. The ability to paint using the healing brush is fantastic and much welcomed. One of the few reasons I found myself in Photoshop often.

[REVIEW] HDR Darkroom 2

[REVIEW] HDR Darkroom 2

You may remember we did a review of HDR Darkroom Pro awhile back. We’ll the folks at Everimaging and back at it with a new version that is meant to make it even easier and faster to create stunning HDR images.

[VIDEO] Indepth with Richard Bentley

[VIDEO] Indepth with Richard Bentley

Following on from the interview with Richard and something he mentioned in the RAW Facebook Group I thought it would be beneficial to have a bit of a chat about timelapse photography.

Have a play with Tiffen DFX v3.0

Have a play with Tiffen DFX v3.0

Tiffen is an interesting company that create quite a few products that I didn’t know about. One of those products is called DFX which is a filter suite with what seems like an endless supply of filters. The program comes in both Standalone and Plugin configuration. I’ve played with both and the only difference between