Our new preview system is much more interactive, which makes it easier to experiment and quickly explore presets. We also found ways to speed up our rendering, especially if you are using Photoshop CS5. Exposure 3 in 64-bit CS5 is over twice as fast as Exposure 2 in CS4 on the Mac and about 30% faster on Windows. Photoshop CS5 64-bit Support
Exposure 3 works great with the 64-bit version of Photoshop CS5 on both Macintosh and Windows. This gives Exposure access to more memory and a speed boost. Lightroom Support
Exposure 3 now works in Adobe Lightroom 2 or later. Our method of tight Lightroom integration provides batch processing and does not require Photoshop to be installed. See our Lightroom page for installation and usage advice. Over 500 Presets
There are now over 500 carefully designed factory presets in Exposure 3. Entire new categories have been added, such as Cinematography and Lo-Fi. New settings have been added in almost every other category too. Where appropriate, we enhanced existing settings with the new vignette, dust, and scratches features. We have two videos that give a tour through all of our factory presets. You can also visit our examples page to see many of Exposure’s effects. Aging and Vintage Films
More vintage films have been added, including Technicolor movie film, early versions of Kodachrome, and Autochrome (one of the first color film processes). The illusion of age is enhanced by new features like dust, scratches, and vignettes. Visit our examples page to see these new effects. Lo-Fi Photography
Toy cameras such as Lomo and Holga are extremely popular for creating odd special effects. Exposure 3 provides a wide range of looks from this Lo-Fi photography, including lens blur, warped vignettes, and funky colors from cross processing. Visit our examples page to see these new effects. Ease of Use
The entire user interface has been rewritten from scratch. Here are some of the most noticeable results.
- The preview image updates much faster.
- Settings can now have comments that appear as hover help. We added comments to some of the factory presets to help explain the best way to use them. You can add comments to your own saved settings too.
- The mouse scroll wheel lets you quickly zoom to arbitrary levels.
- You can duplicate a factory preset by dragging it into the User Settings list.
What’s Already Great Realistic Grain
Exposure’s grain is carefully researched and realistic, unlike the digital speckles rendered by other software. Like actual grain, it clumps and is strongest in the midtones. Grain size scales with your image size, just like real photographic enlargement. Non-Destructive Editing
Exposure supports a non-destructive workflow, making experimentation easy. Effects in Photoshop are rendered on a new layer, leaving your original image untouched. In Photoshop, Exposure can be run as a Smart Filter for easy tweaking of the effect after it is created. Batch processing is supported with actions in Photoshop and through tight integration in Lightroom. Multithreaded
Exposure takes advantage of multiple processors and multiple cores in order to run fast on modern computers. The more cores, the faster Exposure runs. Huge Range of Effects
The best way to see what Exposure can do is to check out our examples, videos, and try it yourself for free. For a quick overview, here are some of the techniques of film photography that Exposure handles. These are just the tip of the iceberg. Black & White Films
- Agfa APX
- Agfa Scala
- Fuji Neopan
- Ilford Delta
- Ilford HP5
- Kodak PLUS-X
- Kodak Panatomic-X
- Kodak T-MAX
- Kodak TRI-X
- Kodak Technical Pan
Color Print Films
- Fuji Pro C, S, and H
- Fuji Reala
- Kodak Portra NC
- Kodak Portra VC
- Kodak Ultra Color UC
Color Slide Films
- Agfa RSX II
- Fuji Astia
- Fuji Provia
- Fuji Velvia
- Ektachrome EES, G, GX, and VX
- Kodachrome, every variation from 1936 to the present day
- Polaroid, including Polapan and Polachrome
- Early photographic processes, including Autochrome, Calotype, and Daguerreotype
- Color toning for B&W photos, many variations including split toning
- Blur caused by plastic lenses
- “Glamour Shots” soft focus
- Vignette, wide range of shapes
- Dust & Scratches
- Cross processing, many variations
- Wide range of Lo-Fi presets to simulate cheap plastic cameras
- Wide range of fading and aging effects
- Bleach Bypass
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