Discussion in 'Hot Deals - Find a Great Deal? Share It Here.' started by lenshoarder, Sep 19, 2013.
I received by e-mail and was surprised, need to download tonight. Lately I am trying the vsco presets and like it so far since I don't have to create a dgn to edit in another program, it is a lightroom preset. It will be interesting to use the dxo version. Here is reviews for the fimpack 3:
Thanks, I'll give it a try.
Is this for the standalone version or is it a set of plug-ins?
Phoblographer review says it works both ways, as a standalone and like nik presets with access from lightroom.
Thanks for the link! And thanks to Sony as well. Definitely curious about this one!
I bought the Nik combo package when it was on sale, and I still don't even know really how to use that stuff!
Very much like it, even if for just ONE look, lol: Fuji Velvia 50
Here's a couple of images treated with that.
1,500 Gallons Per Minute, Retired by Entropic Remnants, on Flickr
Where Spiders Rappel Down Metal Mesas by Entropic Remnants, on Flickr
Grabbed it, dont know if I will use it or keep it. I quite like the Topaz efforts with pseudo film as well
Thanks for the heads up!
I'm sure these are really good, but I can't work out how to get them into the tank?
EDIT: DOH! I just got this, lol. Developing tank! Oh my I am slow this morning. Disregard what's below or chuckle as you perceive how stupid I can be, lol...
Are you trying to use it stand alone, or as a plug in to Lightroom? As a plug in, you just install the DXO software in the normal manner. Then select the photo you want to edit and right click on it, then under "Edit in" will be a selection for the DXO Film Pack 3.
Click that and select either "Edit a copy" or "Edit a copy with Lightroom edits" depending on your preference and Lightroom will make a new TIFF and DXO will open it. When you are done in DXO, click the save button in the lower right and the new TIFF will be saved and re-imported back into Lightroom so you have both your original shot and the DXO version side-by-side.
Thanks very much for this! I will give it a whirl and see how it compares to Nix and Topaz.
Downloaded now just waiting for my code. Requested over 4 hours ago....still waiting
Strange - mine came through immediately.
ignore me, junk mail filter was just doing its job...
Disregard... I see that you found it
Mine also went into the Spam Box
is this a USPS Global ?
I put my brain in gear - ignore the question
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