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Alien Skin Exposure is an all-in-one photo editor that specialises in atmospheric analog film effects. Read the full Exposure X4 review. It has extensive image organisation tools which include folder browsing and nested Collections and Smart Collections, together with keyword support and searches. It can be used as a regular photo-editing application, with cropping, retouching, curves and colour adjustments via adjustment layers and masks, but it also has an extensive library of analog film effects including film simulations, textures, borders and light leaks. It also works as a plug-in for Photoshop and Lightroom.
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New in Alien Skin Exposure X4
- Improved highlight and shadow recovery
- Transform tools to correct tilted or skewed perspectives
- Light effects you can rotate and place anywhere on your image
- Smart collections that help you automatically organize your photos
- Faster launch times, image loading, and image exporting
- Monitored folders that enable tethered shooting
- Lightroom migration tool
- Print presets for printing to standard paper sizes
Alien Skin also publishes Eye Candy, a tool aimed mainly at designers and illustrators, Snap Art, for turning photos into realistic-looking artwork, and Blow Up, for enlarging photos while maintaining sharpness.