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Old 10-15-2006, 06:22 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by iamback View Post
While I was at the site I also downloaded GradFilter (not free) which looks as though it might help with some of my (many, this time) "through the window" shots. Do you have any experience with this filter?
I tried the demo and had trouble getting the gradient to look as though it was a natural tone of the photo. I don't know if it was the plugin, or just me. But if you want to compare two gradient filters before you buy, you can also look at Photographic Filters from ChromaSoftware http://www.chromasoftware.com/photographic_filters.htm.

BTW, Red Paw Media's Bleach Bypass Pro plugin is a real standout among special effect plugins. Aside from being the best Bleach Bypass simulation I've seen, the controls are so flexible you can use it for high contrast and grain effects that are not strictly within the bleach bypass look.
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