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Exposure: Intro Sizzle Reel

This will give you an idea of what Exposure is all about. If you already own Exposure, you can skip this one.

Images © Jonas Peterson, Parker J PfisterCallaway Gable, Dylan & Sara, Sue Bryce, Jeff Ascough, Susan Stripling, Fer Juaristi

Exposure: What’s New

This video gives you a taste of what features are new to version 7.

Image © Felix Kunze

Exposure: Getting Started–Part 1

The Getting Started video series demonstrates the basics when using Exposure. Part 1 talks about presets and navigation within the software.

Image © Jimmy Beech

Exposure: Getting Started–Part 2

Learn the basics of how to use the effect controls to customize the look.

Image © Joe Payne

Exposure: Getting Started–Part 3

Jimmy takes you through a basic editing workflow using the software and gives plenty of helpful, time-saving tips along the way.

Image © Sue Bryce

Exposure: Lightroom Workflow

Demonstrates how to a use Exposure with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.

Image © Susan Stripling

Exposure: Beyond Bokeh’s Basics

Demonstrates how to make precise Bokeh regions. When you want absolute control over the blurring effect, custom regions are the best solution. The vid is chock-full of helpful tidbits about the how they behave, when to use them, and more.

Image © Joe Payne

Exposure: Workflow highlights with Sue Bryce

Sue Bryce demonstrates her favorite uses of Exposure during CreativeLive's Photo Week. This video contains the highlights from her portrait retouching workflow.

Image © Sue Bryce.

Exposure: Bokeh Basics

Demonstrates how to control the blur edges for subtle creative focus effects. There are plenty of other helpful techie-tidbits for improving your workflow, too. This video demonstrates a good use of the heart creative aperture shape--when combined with adjustments to the creamy value and boosted highlights it looks great.

Image © Joe Payne

Exposure: B&W Conversions with Parker J Pfister

Parker demos his workflow for B&W conversions. He shares what he’s thinking before he makes adjustments, to give you an idea ‘why’ rather than just ‘what.’

Image © Parker J Pfister.

Exposure: Workflow with Andrew Foord

Photoshop whiz Andrew Foord demonstrates a typical use of Exposure during his retouching workflow.

Image © Andrew Foord

Exposure: Custom Textures

Exposure 6 includes a gang of new lighting effects such as realistic sun flares, and authentic vintage borders from world-renowned photographer Parker J Pfister. This video demonstrates importing your own custom texture overlays and includes specific details about appropriate file types and blend modes.Image © Tony Sweet

Exposure: Webinar with Jeff Ascough

Jeff Ascough outlines his editing workflow from beginning to end. He covers a lot of ground inside of the software paying special attention to the Tone Curve panel, where he leverages custom time-saving presets.

Image © Jeff Ascough

Superkids Part I

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This project begins by preparing images in Lightroom with an end goal of enhancing the final composite with Exposure. Learn how to efficiently locate candidate images from a shoot, and make adjustments with basic tools in Lightroom.

Image © Jimmy Beech

Superkids Part II

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Learn how to take the selected images from Part 1 and perform intermediate compositing techniques in Adobe Photoshop. This is not a beginner's tutorial. If you plan to follow along with your own project, you may want to keep your cursor near the pause button.

Image © Jimmy Beech

Superkids Part III

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Learn how to make the last few steps of compositing in Photoshop as well as how to create multiple variations of the final image with Bokeh and Exposure.Image © Jimmy Beech

Exposure Workflow with Parker J Pfister

Parker J Pfister outlines his editing workflow from beginning to end. Many of Exposure’s features are combined and used together to spice up the shot. Parker’s innate understanding of his gear and what he wants his images to say flows directly into his technique in post.

Image © Parker J Pfister

Settings Management

Learn techniques for managing your own custom settings. This video will quickly teach you how to save, share and archive your own settings for Alien Skin products.

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Exposure 7

Recent Exposure Posts

Andrew Foord’s Gritty Look with Exposure 7

December 17th, 2014|

Exposure 7 Is Here!

December 10th, 2014|

Now with non-destructive RAW editing, rapid file browsing and a slew of new film emulation presets and textures, Exposure 7 brings even more of the organic warmth and artistry of analog photography to the world of digital. Check out all the cool new features!

What’s New in Exposure 7

December 4th, 2014|

Split Toning in Exposure 7

December 3rd, 2014|

As you may know, we're getting ready to launch Exposure 7 soon*. With all the fanfare of the new bells and whistles coming down the pike, it can sometimes be easy to overlook the subtleties of the work going on behind the scenes to improve the product. One such example is the Split Toning preset section, which we decided needed a complete overhaul in order to render the effects in a more subtle and aesthetically pleasing way. Authenticity is key for us, so we have made sure the effects look as realistic and, therefore, as useful as possible.