Bueno, esta nota me ha llegado al alma:
Alien Skin Exposure X3 can be used as standalone software or as a plug-in within Adobe Lightroom (not Adobe Lightroom CC) and Photoshop
¿ Por qué ?
Y ahora venga, un par de notas en plan resumen ejecutivo para que veáis de que va la película.
What I like:
- Intuitive user interface and no use of modules as in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC
- Easy to use with cloud services such as Dropbox
- Saturation control over highlights, midtones and shadows
- Layer-based and selective editing works well
- A ton of awesome film emulations and other presets
What I dislike:
- Rendering RAW images, even on my fast computer, proved to be quite slow at times, particularly when working with large files from the Nikon D850 and Fujifilm GFX 50S
- No Kelvin white balance
- No hue/saturation/luminance color control sliders
- Brushing on large files can slow down the software
Alien Skin Exposure X3 is a very good competitor to Adobe Lightroom and distinguishes itself through its expansive collection of excellent film emulations and presets and wide array of editing options. The layer-based editing in particular is very good and despite a few performance issues and some omissions, Exposure X3 is a great photo editor/manager and is well worth a look.
Pricing and Availability
You can download a 30-day trial of Alien Skin Exposure X3 by clicking here. The full version of the software is available for $149 for new users and $99 for owners of previous Exposure software. You can also purchase Exposure X3 in a bundle with Snap Art and Blow Up plug-ins for Lightroom and Photoshop for $199 ($119 as an upgrade). All versions can be purchased here.
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