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Old 01-11-2012, 12:19 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by iamback View Post
Hmm - some of these actually look interesting (although the 'Beautifier' is more of an 'Uglyfier' with all of the originals shown more interesting that the processed results).
It worked nicely on a photo I tested.

But interestingly, though, I also have a bookmark (but not a download) for B&W Pro 2 and although the page header says 'all free', the content says this costs "just $29.95!" - but it is neither for sale nor available as a download now. Since I bookmarked it, I was interested in it even 6 years ago, and from that page it still looks interesting to me - any idea why this isn't available any more?
Interesting. I was wondering what happened to his B&W filter. Maybe you could hit the contact button and ask him about this. He also had a grad filter.


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