Thomas Santee
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TSantee commented on 16 Apr 2009
Beware of this company. They do not respond to any submissions on their contact page and do not provide a phone number or street address. Their site claimed I was entitled to a free upgrade from version 1 to version 2 but my submissions are ignored. There is no way to reach them. The software works fine but this is the worst customer service I've ever encountered from a software developer.
[Version 2.0.1]

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TSantee replied on 17 Apr 2009
I found their phone number. They are located in Park City, Utah at 435-615-7335. There is no answer when the number is called. This company may not be operating except for its online store.
TSantee commented on 15 Jul 2008
This is a bundle of 13 plug-ins that also are available individually (mostly $70 each). The appeal is for people who don't want to leave Aperture to do advanced photo treatments. I'm comfortable with my workflow of sending images from Aperture to Photoshop (for which I've purchased more than its cost in plugins).
[Version 1.3]


TSantee reviewed on 14 May 2008
I was impressed with version 1 but it didn't have enough going on to get me to buy a license. I'm pleased they have added to Picturesque so I bought the version 2 license. It is a snap to use and very elegant. I'd like the cropping feature to allow specific measurements so I won't be using it for cropping. Reflections with the 3D tilt don't look right to me so I probably won't use them together. Otherwise it's easy, fun, creative and fast.
[Version 2.0]

TSantee commented on 14 May 2008
I've had what's now called PulpMotion Standard for some time and have only gone through the tutorials. But when I saw this new version I couldn't resist buying it at the upgrade price. I've only had it a few hours so I have no experience other than seeing that it launches. What sold me is the regions feature which you can see in a demo movie on the developer's site. The themes are much more elegant than with the standard version, too.

I'm disappointed that the license I bought only allows personal use of the application and that I must buy a commercial license if I want to use it on a project for a client. If someone doesn't plan to some day use it commercially I'm uncertain there's a good-enough reason to spend this much upgrading from the standard version. I can afford it just for the fun of experimenting and showing off, but spending much time with it ultimately needs to lead to some billable work.
[Version 1.0]

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TSantee replied on 14 May 2008
That's great to know. Thanks for clearing up the licensing for commercial use.
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