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Exposure brings all the creative tools of film photography to the
digital world. Over 500 analog techniques and organic looks are back
like cross processing, Polaroid and vintage Daguerreotype. There is
careful research under the hood, but the controls are simple so you
can focus on the creative choices. The result is a photo that looks
like it was made by a human, not a computer.
ALIEN SKIN EXPOSURE 3 is available immediately, and works on either
the Windows platforms with Adobe Photoshop CS3 to CS5, Adobe Photoshop
Lightroom 2 or 3, Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 or 8, and Corel Paint
Shop Pro Photo X3. Exposure 3 works as a 64-bit plugin on both
platforms, providing access to more memory.
This, coupled with a rewritten user interface, has brought a
significant increase in speed. Preview rendering using Photoshop CS5
64-bit is said to be 30% faster on the Windows platform.
Other changes in the user interface compared to the previous release
include the ability to use the mouse wheel to quickly adjust zoom by
arbitrary amounts, a drag-and-drop function that lets users duplicate
a factory preset as a user preset, and the ability to add text
descriptions to user presets. These comments appear as a tooltip when
you hover over the preset, and some factory presets now include
descriptions by default. Beyond the user interface, Alien Skin has
also greatly expanded the range of presets on offer, with new
categories including Cinematography and Lo-Fi allowing users to mimic
the look of movies or toy cameras, for a total of over 500 factory
� 64-bit support for Photoshop CS5 on both Macintosh and Windows
� Tight Lightroom� integration that does not require Photoshop
� Aging effects and vintage films such as Technicolor and old
� Simulation of Lo-Fi toy camera photography
� Hundreds of new settings in all categories, including more
films, color toning, and aging
� User interface improvements such as a much faster preview and
hover help
A new Dust and Scratches feature enhances the ability to give photos
the impression of age. Dust and scratch size and quantity can be
adjusted, and positioning can be repeatedly randomized until you're
happy with the effect. There's also a vignetting function with
variable color, shape, and feather, and blur can also be vignetted so
that image corners show less detail than the center of the frame.
Further vintage films such as Autochrome, early Kodachrome, and
Technicolor have been added, and Exposure 3 can also create unusual
coloring reminiscent of cross-processed film.
Alien Skin Exposure 3 groups presets into two types -- either Black
& White, or Color -- and these are accessed as separate plugins for
Photoshop users. In Photoshop Lightroom, Exposure 3 appears as an
external editor which can edit only sRGB TIFF files, which Lightroom
automatically generates from Raw or JPEG files as needed. The user is
prompted whether they want a Black & White filter or a Color one, when
Exposure 3 is called by Lightroom. Batch processing is possible for
Lightroom users, and when each image in the queue is edited, you're
prompted whether to apply changes and then adjust the settings again
for the next picture, or to apply the same changes to all photos in
the queue.