Recently, a Snap Art 3 review was posted on Macworld.com. Our software is normally reviewed on photography-centric websites. For us, reviews outside of this arena
John C. Dvorak is no stranger when it comes to software reviews. But this was his first interaction with Alien Skin Softwares' plug-ins. I'm pleased
Tyson Robichaud just published his first experiences with Snap Art 3. Head over to his blog to hear what he thinks. The article is so
Roy Furchgott wrote an article for the New York Times reminiscing about film photography.
George Schaub’s Exposure review was just spotted over on Shutterbug.com. An interesting point he makes is about tailoring presets for his own palate. Customizing can be easily overshadowed by the hundreds of presets in Exposure. But it’s one of the many reasons to dig in deeper and see what you can come up with.
www.photographybay.com/ Eric Regan explains how to use Bokeh for images in his review on PhotographyBay.com. He not only uses the plug-in on still images, he takes it a step further and shows how to spice up a video clip.
www.foto.no Alexander Tufte went over Exposure 3 with a fine-toothed comb for this review. His years behind the camera and in the darkroom have given him a critical eye for accuracy. The resulting review is full of beautiful examples, insights, wisdom and advice.
www.merlinjohnonline.co.cc Hugh John dazzled us with back-to-back reviews of Bokeh and Exposure. For us, it’s nice to hear reviewers talk about these plug-ins like we do. I assume that my view is biased, but Hugh seems like a fan too.
www.ppmag.com Here is a review of Bokeh that covers all the bases.
www.applelinks.com Gary Coyne recently wrote a thorough review on Bokeh 2. It’s full of example images and helpful information. He explains what components make for good bokeh and gives suggestions for how to use it effectively.