Sunday, November 29



Forge.  I mean, Filter Forge.

For $49 (it's currently half price; I paid $99) you get 6702 Photoshop filters.

Not all of them are useful, but there's 6702 of them.  If I only find a use for 60 of them for my theme library, that's as many as Photoshop and the Alien Skin library combined.

Update: Playing some more with FilterFrog.  The filters range from humdrum to how did they do that?!  Many of the effects are both striking and attractive.  I'm tempted to upgrade to the Pro version, even though it doesn't really give me any features that I actually need.  (It does allow you to edit the filters and create your own, and work with very high resolutions, but with 6702 existing filters I don't really need the former, and for web work I don't really need the latter.)

Update: The Starter, Basic, and Standard versions support two cores; the Pro version supports as many as you have.  That does make it more tempting, because some of these filters aren't terribly fast.

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1 Their comparison page says the Standard edition also has the filter editor.


Posted by: J Greely at Monday, November 30 2009 07:38 AM (2XtN5)

2 Yep.  I currently only have Basic.  I could upgrade to either Standard or Pro.

Posted by: Pixy Misa at Monday, November 30 2009 08:20 AM (PiXy!)

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