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Old 10-06-2006, 01:09 PM   #1
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Default B/W Styler - Black & White Conversion Plugin

B/W Styler is a new Black and White conversion plugin. The Windows version is out now, but a Mac version should follow soon. The plugin does not limit itself doing conversions. It can also simulate grain, paper grades, film types, ND filters, diffusion filters, and more. Also standard tints like selenium and sepia. Split-toning and partial toning. And more.

This might sound complicated, but the default interface (called Photography Mode) is quick and easy. There are also some other modes that offer more power and control. For example, a split B/W method that lets you treat shadows and highlights differently.

In my opinion, this one beats all the rest. The cost is $49.95.

http://www.thepluginsite.com/product...yler/index.htm
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