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Perfect Photo Suite 7, touchdown

The company specialized in photographic plugins onOne Software has introduced the Perfect Photo Suite 7, which includes a collection of plugins that allow us to give a variety of finishes to our photos and making montages and even enlarge the size of our photographs for giant prints. In this contact I want to show some of the aspects that I have drawn attention to the Perfect Photo Suite 7.
It is curious that the version seven of Perfect Photo Suite includes seven tools or different plugins, all focused on having the best finish of our photos, even if it means sometimes we have to work a lot more than what one can expect from one pluging.
Perfect Photo Suite 7 includes new versions of:
Since joining Perfect Photo Suite 7, we have a module to process black and white our photographs that, like the Perfect Efect 4, has many presets, but without offering anything much different to other plugins conversion to black and white which recently made a comparative. To highlight something, quote brushes dedicated to control the brightness, contrast and detail. Without suffering any update, find Perfect Mask 5, to create masks and help us in our assemblies. OnOne Software tells us that, in an easy, remove the background of a photograph for a replacement, but the truth is that I have encountered the same problems with Refine Edge in Adobe Photoshop. When I go to very small details such as hair, a halo is always considerable and, only after combining several tools, cutting hides them.
The last plugin or module, as I like to call onOne Software, is the Focal Point 2, which will help us to control depth of field after shooting and making selective approaches.
That touchdown made with Perfect Photo Suite 7, I would like to highlight a few things that I think are important when deciding on this suite as part of our workflow.
The first thing is to know that we can use Perfect Photo Suite 7 as Plugin Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop and Apple Aperture. Use as a plugin for Adobe Lightroom and Aperture gives us the possibility of working with layers and multiple effects that can be applied to our photographs. Another option is to use the software as a standalone application, which can be very interesting for many users, but only if you shoot in JPG, as opening a Raw Raw directly, we can find a loss of quality in our photograph. Set program preferences is quite important to choose the workspace you want to work with and the type of file you get to save your work. If we want to preserve the layers, we have to choose. PSD As a novelty, we are able to batch, applying an effect or preset you have created previously, something quite useful. In batch processing, can also resize and rename files.
Price is another thing to consider. If you want to have the whole suite installed, the price is $ 299.95, but if only one of you is interested plugins that brings the suite, you can buy it for $ 99.95.

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