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  • Craig Walters
    Brief Filter Forge Review
    by Craig Walters
    Filter Forge is a pretty amazing program. It makes filters for Photoshop and other programs that can use the .8bf plug-in types.

    The biggest draw of this program is that you don't have to know how to code. It's visual and comes in two parts, the Graphical User Interface (or GUI) and...
    11-09-2007, 03:05 PM
  • Nasturtium
    favorite filters/painting settings
    by Nasturtium
    I don't know what the possible permutations are with the number of filters I have;

    Filter Forge 7705 filters
    Photoshop 47 filters
    Pixel Bender 13 filters
    OnOne Phototool 2.5 free 26 filters
    PostWorkShop 50 filters

    but it's certainly more than I could...
    11-23-2010, 02:35 AM
  • CharlesBell
    Fade function after using a Photoshop Filter
    by CharlesBell
    Picked this up while reading a new book on astronomical image processing:

    Immediately after using any of PhotoShop CS2 filters, you can go the Edit menu and select Fade ... to fine tune the application of that filter and get very precise results. The idea is to apply a bit too heavy...
    01-20-2007, 08:08 AM
  • Andrew B.
    Filter Forge becomes less expensive
    by Andrew B.
    Filter Forge has added two less-expensive versions of their software.

    Basic edition costs $99 and allows full use of all filters in the library. As I am typing this there are 2265 filters in the library, and the number is always growing.

    Standard edition costs $199, and...
    05-17-2007, 11:13 PM
  • Craig Walters
    Filter Forge has been officially released!
    by Craig Walters
    now i know i've sounded like, and probably still sound like, i work for the company, but i dont. i have been beta testing, though, since almost day one. and day one was quite a while back now.

    well, the testing is over. Filter Forge has been officially released!

    this is...
    03-05-2007, 11:49 PM