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Human releases ApertureEdit plug-in collection

updated 11:55 am EDT, Wed May 28, 2008

ApertureEdit plug-ins

Human Software has released ApertureEdit, a collection of 11 plug-ins for Aperture 2.1. Among these are DeNoise, which removes sensor noise from high-ISO pictures, and AutoFocus, which tries to eliminate blur. AutoSmooth attempts automatic airbrushing, while the Grids and PhotoFixlens plug-ins let users apply or remove distortion as desired; other plug-ins apply elements like frames, textures, and over 500 different types of lighting.

A major plug-in within the collection is said to be Toolbox, which lets users combine 50 effects "blocks" such as channel mixing, black-and-white conversion, film grain and deinterlacing. The whole ApertureEdit collection costs $300, but can be bought in pieces for $70 per module.




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  1. boulder1259

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Wow... expensive!

    Out of curiosity, why would anyone pay $70 for these guys' FixLens product when you can get the original PTLens for $15? Another alternative is LensFixCI for $30.

    Their add-ons cost half again as much as Aperture...

  1. boulder1259

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Wow... expensive!

    Out of curiosity, why would anyone pay $70 for these guys' FixLens product when you can get the original PTLens for $15? Another alternative is LensFixCI for $30.

    Their add-ons cost much more than Aperture... too bad!

  1. sfstlo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    yeah, expensive

    Why is it that a lot of the plugins for Aperture are costing more than the program itself. There is another plugin that costs $249 and has less functionality than Nikon Capture NX but costs more. I was considering dropping Capture to use this plugin but it's way too expensive for what it does.

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