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Old Nov 23, 2010, 10:52 AM   #1
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I am planing to buy the Topaz InFocus softwear. Dose anyone here have experience of using this softwear and is it very user friendly? How is the result ? Could someone please share his/her experience.....
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It just came out, everyone is trying it out for free with the trial. It is on sale till 12/3 for 29.99. Looks pretty good for what it can do.
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It just came out, everyone is trying it out for free with the trial. It is on sale till 12/3 for 29.99. Looks pretty good for what it can do.
I tried to download the trial version but failed. I do not know what is the problem but it just would not work. Will try again today.

BTW, where did you see that is is on offer for $29.99. On the Topaz site it is for 69.99.
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what program to you normally used to edit with? it is a direct plug in for photoshop, but for the other programs like lightroom and aperture 3 you need to install fusion first
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I've seen a lot of overlapping effects in Topaz plug ins. I don't know if this one will really add something.
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well I had a problem with the infocus install, had to reinstall fusion then install the just infocus form the new bundle
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Here is a quick play with infocus
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i personally do not think it is that good ...... unless i do not know how to use it properly
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Here is a less extreme condition with a soft pns shot, first one was the edit
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Here are the crops
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