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    John Redfield has done it again... Another FREE plugin. And this one is really cool.

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    Redfield Plugins News:

    February.13.2007 - Bas-Relief filter transforms an image to appear carved in low-relief, including lighting effects to accent the surface variations. It can look like aluminum foil, hammered metal, or carved stone. Bas-Relief plug-in is an easy-to-use tool to convert a photo to a pencil sketch.

    Please visit Bas-Relief plug-in page to view the samples:
    http://www.redfieldplugins.com/Redfield++.htm

    Screenshot:
    http://www.redfieldplugins.com/scree...BasreliefL.jpg

    Direct link to download:
    http://www.redfieldplugins.com/Redfield++.exe

    Links courtesy of Jim Clatfelter from Digital Nuts.

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    To me the output of this plugin resembles the output of Elements' or Photoshop's Emboss filter on steroids. I mean you can really exaggerate the illusion of depth.

    Installation note for Photoshop users who install 3rd party plugins in a custom folder:
    I could not make this work from my custom plugins folder. It appears this plugin must be installed in Photoshop's \Filters folder. I installed it as follows; doing otherwise resulted in no entry in the Filter menu.

    \Plug-Ins\Filters\Redfield

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    Have fun...

    ~Danny~

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    Re: Plugin (link): Bas-Relief, Redfield plugins emboss like

    Thanks for the link Danny.
    Got it, it looks very good.

    BTW I installed mine to a custom plugin folder - no problems works a charm.

    Peter

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    • #3
      Re: Plugin (link): Bas-Relief, Redfield plugins emboss like

      thanks, danny

      downloaded it also, but i'll probably wait to install it till i install my new copy of CS2, which i just got today!

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      • #4
        Re: Plugin (link): Bas-Relief, Redfield plugins emboss like

        Would help if folks would say if plug-ins are for Mac or PC or Both.

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          Re: Plugin (link): Bas-Relief, Redfield plugins emboss like

          Swampy, these are for Windows only, but I run them on Intel Macs via Boot Camp and/or Parallels. See my Redfield samples here. They are among the coolest set of plug-ins I know of!

          I downloaded the new Bas-Relief filter yesterday but haven't visited Windows with it yet... ;-)

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          • #6
            Re: Plugin (link): Bas-Relief, Redfield plugins emboss like

            Thanks a heap Danny; look forward to playing with my new toy.

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            • #7
              Re: Plugin (link): Bas-Relief, Redfield plugins emboss like

              Thanks, P 'n P. An Intel Mac is a bit down the road for me, but I'm sure it will open up a whole new world when I upgrade.

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              • #8
                Re: Plugin (link): Bas-Relief, Redfield plugins emboss like

                Indeed it will! Run ANY app or plug-in you want on the same machine. No more "us and them". Mostly... ;-)

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                • #9
                  Re: Plugin (link): Bas-Relief, Redfield plugins emboss like

                  But the real question is, why pay for two OS's. If you don't, then you're a law breaker. lol

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                  • #10
                    Re: Plugin (link): Bas-Relief, Redfield plugins emboss like

                    Craig...I can't believe you broke down and bought CS2. I left PSP after version 9...seems you left after 11.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Plugin (link): Bas-Relief, Redfield plugins emboss like

                      I finally got around to downloading and trying out this new Redfield plugin. Simply put, it is top notch. I think I will totally ignore the emboss filter from now on.

                      A big Thank You for designing and making this plugin available for all.

                      Janet

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