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Which Plug-in Package to get for Aperture or LR


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1) If you are interested in quick and easy results without having to invest a lot of time learning the package, Perfect Photo Suite
2) If you are more concerned in getting the most out of your pics, and are willing to take the time (believe this is you), then Nik or Topaz is probably a better choice

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Yea mate you did get it right, and i ended up going the NIK way, as i got the whole suite for $126.65, but i do appreciate you trying to answer the best you could

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I think very highly of OnOne's stuff.

Nik I used to love until Google got it. I still use SnapSeed a lot but was REALLY mad when they killed it off for Mac. For the moment the former Nik stuff is still good, but to be blunt photography isn't really part of Google's business model and I expect the Nik stuff will die a slow death in their hands. Hope I'm wrong.
I got onOnes Free set of Presets, but yea I'm not going to spend any money there. As i said, i have been in a good chat with Kevin La Rue former NIK now MacPhun, and with out being bias he gave me a good overview of the NIK over other companies, i suppose i will see how i go for now. Thanks Chas

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The MacPhun stuff is very nice on a consumer level, I enjoy SnapHeal Pro very much for photos that need that sort of retouching. To my surprise it works with RAW files as well.

If you went with NIK stuff you did well for yourself.
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The MacPhun stuff is very nice on a consumer level, I enjoy SnapHeal Pro very much for photos that need that sort of retouching. To my surprise it works with RAW files as well.

If you went with NIK stuff you did well for yourself.
Yea it is good and very simple to use as well. The reason i was chatting with Kevin was trying to squeeze a license out of him, and 'by George' i got it, but i think it was the love of home made/launching Rockets that gave me the edge lol

But as you said before, that "Google" thing does worry me as well a little, but i got it now so i'm happy . . .

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