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  1. kyteflyer

    Apple MacOS: Macphun Creative Kit

    Doesn't seem to be possible to buy from the website anymore but some components are still available on the App Store under Macphun. I was using Intensify, Noiseless and Tonality before Luminar was created and I have gone back to them. Intensify, Noiseless and Snapheal are still available...
  2. M

    Google Photos AI

    I randomly took two photos of a deck we were cleaning. One was for the front part and the next was the back half. I didn't make any effort to align them or anything. A while later, I received a notification that my new 'stitched panorama' was ready for viewing. Huh? Well, when I looked at...
  3. AndyMcD

    Adios Adobe

    Just cancelled my CC plan, moved over full time to Capture One Pro for Fujifilm and Gimp a few months ago and haven't looked back.
  4. kyteflyer

    Apple Mac Users only: Acorn

    I've been using Acorn off and on for about 4 years. Its in constant development and is available to buy from the App store, or from the app website. It became my go-to once I had given up on Photoshop (I preferred it to Pixelmator which I also own), because there are many similar features...
  5. kyteflyer

    ACDSee Anyone?

    Just wondering if anybody uses this. I was very tempted by an offer last week of two licences for the price of one which was cheap, anyway. Comments?
  6. Cameraderie Bot

    Corel Paintshop Pro

    See the world through a new lens Experience an all-in-one photo editor and graphic design software that will change the way you edit photos. https://www.amazon.com/Paintshop-Pro-2020-Software-Download/dp/B07W1VW68W Creative design power Access a wide range of built-in templates to create...
  7. mike3996

    Correcting horizons: is less rotation always better?

    Hi to all signal processing experts. Sometimes my pic is off by 2.5 degrees; sometimes by -0.14. Intuitively one could imagine that the image degrades less if you have to perform less rotation. Then again, rotation by a multiple of 90 is effectively lossless. I currently assume that the image...
  8. Jock Elliott

    Luminar 3.1.1

    Some time ago, I bought Luminar and am pleased with it. A couple of days ago, I downloaded the latest version -- Luminar 3.1.1 -- and it definitely boots faster ... noticeably faster, even with my ancient Dell workstation that is running Win10 with only 4 gigs memory. I'm impressed. Cheers, Jock
  9. Cameraderie Bot


    https://www.digikam.org What is digiKam? digiKam is an advanced open-source digital photo management application that runs on Linux, Windows, and MacOS. The application provides a comprehensive set of tools for importing, managing, editing, and sharing photos and raw files. Highlights You...
  10. Cameraderie Bot


    Photopea: advanced image editor Free online design editor supporting Adobe Photoshop PSD, GIMP XCF, Sketch, Adobe XD and CorelDRAW CDR formats. Create a new image or open existing files from your computer. Save your work as PSD (File - Save as PSD) or as JPG / PNG / SVG (File - Export). Our...
  11. Cameraderie Bot

    Luminar by Skylum

    https://macphun.evyy.net/6R3MG Make stunning photos that leave everyone speechless. The most innovative photo editor is now available for Mac and PC. Right off the bat, get amazing images with an improved RAW engine. Remove flaws with Lens Correction and Transform tools. Stylize and enhance with...
  12. Jock Elliott

    Luminar by Skylum

    Just downloaded Luminar for Windows beta from here: Luminar for Windows (beta) is live! Try it free today. So far, I find it is pretty interesting. With a couple of clicks, I was able to go from here: To this: The interface is a little like dealing with a mime -- little pictures and...
  13. olli

    Affinity Photo

    Is anyone using Affinity Photo? At the moment it's only available for Mac but there is supposedly a Windows Beta arriving later this year. I'm curious if anyone is using it and, if so, what they think of it.
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