DxO Labs' latest version of its FilmPack offers users an easier to use interface and 25 new creative renderings.
Users can now replicate the characteristic tint, grain, and rendering of a traditional silver halide film type to any digital image, regardless of its source. You can also render images with one of the 62 film types the software offers which includes positive and negative colour, black & white and cross-processed. If you want more control over the editing process, you can customise each creative rendering and the inclusion of batch processing means you'll be able to work through a larger number of images more quickly.
The interface now features a filmstrip-style preview system and the option to work in full-screen mode, while the channel mixer now incorporates colour sliders, making their use even more intuitive.
Compatible with Mac and Windows, DxO FilmPack 3.1 comes in 2 editions, Essential and Expert, which differ in terms of number of film renditions and features. The two editions of DxO FilmPack 3.1 are available as standalone applications and as plugins for DxO Optics Pro, Adobe Photoshop CS, Adobe Lightroom and Apple Aperture.
- DxO FilmPack 3 Essential Edition: £49, instead of £69
- DxO FilmPack 3 Expert Edition: £79, instead of £99
- DxO FilmPack 3 Expert Upgrade from DxO FilmPack 1 or 2: £29 instead of £39
- Upgrade to version 3.1 is free of charge to owners of DxO FilmPack version 3.0
(Suggested retail prices, including VAT and the sale price is available until December 24, 2011.)
For more information or to purchase DxO FilmPack v3.1 , visit the DxO website