Steve Dreyer Reviews Exposure 5

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Steve Dreyer wrote a detailed review of Exposure 5 for the upcoming September/October issue of Photo Technique magazine. It will be available on newsstands soon.

He gave us a taste of the review in his preview article a few weeks back. Steve’s eloquent writing and beautiful photography make him a leading voice in the industry. We appreciate that he openly shares what he thinks of our software. Thanks, Steve!

Grab a copy of Photo Technique once it hits the shelves, or check their website to read Steve’s opinions for yourself.

Below is an example of Steve’s work.


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About the Author:

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  1. Steve Dreyer August 30, 2013 at 4:58 pm

    Thanks for the kind comments on my article and photography.

    As I mentioned in Photo Technique magazine and my recent blog entry on this site, I was very pleased with the functionality and user interface enhancements in Exposure 5. It’s great to have a choice of filters that replicate the look of many types of film!

  2. Troy D. Davidson September 2, 2013 at 1:55 pm

    I agree with Photo Technique and Mr. Dreyer….I LOVE Exposure 5…worth it in every sense and cents. I’ve been playing with mine since I purchased it…and it took the game UP a notch when they made the interface more user-friendly than 4 and the dust, scratches, flares, etc so easily manipulative. GREAT JOB TEAM!!!!!!

    • Steve Dreyer September 13, 2013 at 2:57 pm

      Thanks for the comment Troy.

      I also use this solution regularly. It’s nicely designed In addition to being very capable technically. I find it actually helps to spur and support the creative process.

      And I’ll admit – it’s fun to use too!

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