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Exposure X6 is available as a full featured 30-day trial
Exposure X6: $129
Exposure X6 bundle: $149
What is Exposure X6?
Exposure is an all-in-one photo editor that specialises in atmospheric analog film effects. It’s published by Exposure Software, previously known as Alien Skin Software.
Exposure X6 is one of the candidates in the Life after Photoshop list of Best image-editing software. It’s available in both Mac and PC versions.
Exposure X6 offers a complete end to end workflow for photographers, from image organising through regular photo enhancements to a wide array of image effects and filters.
Its extensive image organisation tools 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.
When used as a standalone program, Exposure X6 offers fully non-destructive editing. You can go back and change your image adjustments at any time and even make virtual copies to try out different looks on the same image.
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Exposure X6 is sold with a regular one-off ‘perpetual’ license fee of $129, but owners of earlier versions can upgrade for $89.
It works both as a standalone program, and as a plug-in for Photoshop and Lightroom. Both versions are included in the price.
Exposure X6 Bundle
Exposure X6 is sold on its own, but also as part of the Exposure X6 Bundle, which also includes Blow UP and Snap Art. BlowUp is a tool for producing high quality enlargements of digital images, SnapArt produces natural media paint and art effects from digital photos.
Blow Up and SnapArt are integrated into Exposure X6 but will also work as plug-ins for Photoshop and Lightroom.
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