Tim Kennedy
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T Kennedy reviewed on 13 Aug 2013
Don't know about the older versions but the current version works fine and is significantly cheaper than Power Manager.
[Version 2.7.9]



burypromote
+2

T Kennedy reviewed on 27 May 2013
I was a huge skeptic too. I also bought this software as part of a bundle or deal of some kind and didn't pay more than half price. Every time I launched it out of desperation and I just didn't have the patience to sit with it and figure out how to make it work.

Then I had a bad shoot that I could not afford to have go wrong. So I sat down with the software and gave it a try. The interface took a little work. You choose a picture, you double click in a critical area, and then you get this screen of dots. Click a dot and it shows you the sharpening with that effect. Once you zero in on a look, you explore around with your keyboard arrow keys until you have just the right amount of sharpening. Each dot is a slightly different tweak. When you have what you want, you back out, choose the sharpen in the right column, and brush it in. Most of the time I'm lazy and just apply it to the whole picture.

Man oh man it's now become my go-to tool for saving a soft picture. Worth every penny at full price. A great deal at what I paid for it. Crashes occasionally. Interface isn't intuitive and the documentation probably needs more fleshing out. But a great tool.
[Version 1.0.4]




T Kennedy rated on 04 Jun 2011
[Version 1.1.5]



burypromote

T Kennedy reviewed on 26 May 2011
Aperture can make a watermark on export. Then they are outside Aperture. I've done it. It works but it doesn't work as cleanly as it could have.

What makes this handy is that it keeps your files in your library and projects. So instead of sending out exported duplicates and then trying to put them back in manually, you're handling the watermarked images just like any roundtrip image to Photoshop or a filter. Saves a load of time building a digital gallery of your selects from a project. Couple that with a little Smart Filter sorting and it's the solution that should have come within Aperture but didn't in 3.
[Version 1.1.3]



burypromote
+2

T Kennedy reviewed on 14 May 2011
Tends to disable right click and keyboard input after a time delay. Some kind of memory leak.
[Version 1.1.5]



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