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Photomatix Essentials 4

Photomatix Essentials 4 is an entry-level, easy-to-use, standalone application to create HDR images. The adjustments are basic and more or less limited to selecting from the presets, which range from natural to artistic. The app is the amateur version of Photomatix Pro—still by far the best HDR app on the market.

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Perfect Photo Suite 9 Premium

onOne Software has always offered some of the most fun Photoshop tools that produce outstanding results, making it difficult to find fault with any new version, and Perfect Photo Suite 9 Premium is no exception. onOne has incorporated their most popular tools into an easily navigable suite.

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Topaz Impression

Topaz Labs says it’s excited about Impression, because it’s the first product to help you create real, authentic art. Photographers may balk at this statement, but let’s acknowledge that Topaz Impression is a photo-manipulation product, and presume they define “authentic art” as painterly art with a capital A.

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ArtRage 4.5

ArtRage 4.5 is a painting program that’s worth checking out. It has so many natural-feeling brushes and options that you’ll love. The interface is clean and customizable so you can put everything you don’t need out of the way and just paint.

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Using the Path Blur in Photoshop

Path Blur is the fourth of five blur filters in the Blur Gallery available in Photoshop CC and later. It enables you to add motion effects along a path to images. This tutorial will show you how to use the Path Blur filter to add some interesting motion effects to an image, and then we’ll show you how to use multiple paths with the smart filters mask to create a speed motion effect.

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