Accessory NAS: DxO Filmpack
I think I've been bit by a case of "NAS for accessories": I have downloaded the free trial version of DxO Filmpack, and I'm rather hooked. Funnily, minutes before doing that, I did the same with the Nik equivalent, Siver Efex Pro, and I almost immediately uninstalled it, even if that meant losing the U-points. Am I crazy?
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#1. "RE: Accessory NAS: DxO Filmpack" | In response to Reply # 0ArthurNikonF Registered since 09th Oct 2011Thu 12-Sep-13 02:13 PM
I briefly thought about plugins like this one- great shots, by the way! But, I simply enjoy shooting with my Nikon film cameras too much. I apply a whole different look to my D300 and D40 shots.
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#2. "RE: Accessory NAS: DxO Filmpack" | In response to Reply # 0JonK Nikonian since 03rd Jul 2004Sat 14-Sep-13 03:49 PM
This is just another case where two (or more) software packages are very good. It becomes a subjective decision based on the differences in the interface and the effects you like to create.
I've never used DxO Filmpack so I cannot make an informed comparison. I'm very happy with the Nik product line; I like the controls and, of course, control points.
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