Alien Skin has released a significant update for its Exposure X3 image editor, adding greater precision to adjustment tools and more printing capabilities, among other improvements.
Called the Exposure X3 Complete Workflow Update, this software version introduces hue, luminance and saturation controls for individual colors. New white balance presets and adjustment in Kelvin values is now available, and workflow when copying images from a card to a collection has been improved. Along with new watermark adjustment options and added keyword functions, the update expands camera support and adds pre-sets to match Fujifilm’s film simulation modes.
Exposure X3 Complete Workflow Update is available now; current owners of Exposure X3 can download the update for free. Exposure X2 and earlier customers can upgrade for $99, while new customers will pay $149.
We’ve been given an early look at the update – take a look at our Exposure X3 review.
Alien Skin Software Announces Exposure X3 Complete Workflow Update for Photographers
Update for Exposure X3 includes hue and luminance color controls – Kelvin-based temperature and tint controls – printing – enhanced watermarks, keywords, and side-by-side view – expanded camera support
Raleigh, NC (March 20, 2018) – Alien Skin Software today announced the release of the Exposure X3 Complete Workflow Update, the latest version of their non-destructive RAW photo editor. The award-winning Exposure combines powerful organizational tools and accurate photo processing into a single intuitive solution. Enhancements to this latest version make Exposure the ideal solution for handling the full photography workflow.
Photographers can easily organize, edit, retouch, export, and print their photos using Exposure’s efficient workflow. Exposure’s intuitive design streamlines image management and backups. Its support of cloud-based storage enables multi-computer and collaborative workflows.
The Exposure X3 Complete Workflow Update introduces numerous creative and organizing enhancements.
“This latest update to Exposure → continue…