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Kitty Kay Oct 6, 2012 @ 10:27am
My review.
I just recently purchased this, but I do graphic design for a living and I can already tell this increased my workflow by a considerable amount. Maybe even by half depending on the project.

You should note that this is something meant to work along with other programs. In my case Photoshop.

I could do these effects myself, but for $13 this is easily worth the time saving benifit.

It's even ideal for laptops. So showing clients some quick examples with their own pictures, rather than just my portfolio , will be a lot easier while being out in the field. That alone is worth the price for me.
Last edited by Kitty Kay; Oct 6, 2012 @ 10:27am
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Great review and I agree.
muddpuddle Dec 7, 2012 @ 10:33am 
Are you generally working with small images? I cannot open anything large without crashing the program. I am trying to work with images that are up to 168mb. My system can certainly handle it - I can have numerous of these images open in something like PaintShop Pro.
Can't get a response from Nevercenter - contacted them a few weeks ago...
Kitty Kay Dec 9, 2012 @ 6:25pm 
Originally posted by muddpuddle:
Are you generally working with small images? I cannot open anything large without crashing the program. I am trying to work with images that are up to 168mb. My system can certainly handle it - I can have numerous of these images open in something like PaintShop Pro.
Can't get a response from Nevercenter - contacted them a few weeks ago...

I use a scratch disk, which holds the file while editing. It's setup for photoshop but it seems to work for other programs as well. I don't know how exactly. But yes I use large images.
Last edited by Kitty Kay; Dec 9, 2012 @ 6:27pm
Spizy Chicken Dec 23, 2012 @ 2:51am 
How does it handle editing 18MP RAW images?
Pmack Dec 7, 2013 @ 8:51am 
It's decent, if your just looking to experiment with presets and see what you come out with, good filters to mess around with etc. Sure it won't replace LR, or P1 but it's a good jump off for ppl new to post-processing on a budget.
Last edited by Pmack; Sep 7, 2014 @ 9:53pm
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