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Alien Skin Exposure review at Cameratown
Ilse Jurriƫn : July 23th 2006 - 12:00 CET
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CameraTown.comAlien Skin Exposure review at Cameratown : Our good friend Ron Risman from Cameratown has published his review of the Alien Skin Exposure software. Alien Skin Exposure editting software brings the look and feel of film to digital photography. Simulate the warmth and softness of real world film, both color and black and white. Reproduce realistic film grain, and simplify your digital photography workflow. With the Alien Skin Exposure software You can now digitally simulate the vivid colors of Velvia, the rich blacks of Kodachrome, the sensitivity of Ektachrome, and the characteristics of dozens of other film stocks. Alien Skin Exposure also models the size, shape, and color of real world film grain.
Alien Skin Exposure review at CameratownAlien Skin Exposure - Preview image
According to Ron: "Exposure installs as a plug-in for Adobe Photoshop and other compatible programs. One issue that I hope Alien Skin will work to correct is with the preview image. Anytime you open Exposure or even change from color film mode to B&W film mode, Exposure resets the default view to 100% - forcing you to zoom out each time. Not difficult, but a pain nonetheless. I would prefer to have Exposure remember the last zoom setting and keep it there."

Alien Exposure software - Grain & Film
Ron continues: "The Grain tab gives you the power to alter Exposure's film-grain technology. When you add grain to your image using Exposure your images will take on the look of film, whereas doing the same inside Photoshop leaves you with an image that looks dotted. The grain feature in Exposure has a smoother, realistic "film look." This feature is surely what makes the folks at Alien Skin very proud and probably contributes to the products rather steep price."

CameraTown Alien Skin Exposure review - Digital workflow
"Exposure is for the professional photographer who might be shying away from digital due to the reasons mentioned in this review. It affords them an easy way to achieve a film-like look, while shooting digitally. Like film, digital has its own set of advantages, such as live previews, instant image review, white balance control, better low-light performance, instant prints, and more. Exposure can create the look of real film grain like no other program I have seen. This is not a "noise" feature where single pixels of stray colors are placed throughout the photo," Ron concludes. You want to learn more about the Alien editting software? Continue to read the Alien Skin Exposure review at Cameratown.

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