Topaz B&W Effects 1.1 (WIN/MAC)

Software, Graphic & Design. October 28, 2011 by Muawia.

Topaz B&W Effects 1.1 (WIN/MAC) | 124.31 MB

Topaz Labs has released a new plug-in B & W Effects ™ Topaz B & W Effects ™ 1.0.0, which converts your color images into stunning black-and-white composition! B & W Effects provides new features that allow you to create stunning images easier than ever with over 150 pressetov simulating the effects of historical images, conventional and stylized photographic protsessov.Plagin includes both general conversion tools, and a few features that are unique to this type of plug-ins.

Topaz B & W Effects include:
• Adaptive Conversion using popular Topaz Technologies (adaptive exposure, etc.).
• Predefined library with more than 200 presets simulating traditional and alternative BW processes. Each process has its own collection for navigation. Available and more stylized effects.
• New selective adjustment brush.
• verified library of grain from scanned film, with further editing and customization.
• Four invigorating opportunities for specialized color and tone.

Effects categories include the following collections:
Traditional, tinted, Styling, Cyanotype, albumin, and Van Dyke Opalotipiya.
All presets are divided into collections. There are 4 very specialized collections that are unique to Topaz:
Cyanotype, albumin, and Van Dyke Opalotipiya. These collections of historical processes model the press. What can give the image an authentic look.
Albumin printing - invented by Louis - Desiree Blankar - Evrard in 1850. It was the first commercially successful method of printing on paper with a negative. It is based on the use of albumin (derived from egg white).
The paper covers an emulsion of egg protein (albumin) and salt (mostly sodium chloride). Albumin gives the surface a little gloss paper. paper and then placed in an aqueous solution of silver nitrate, which makes it photosensitive. The paper is dried in the dark, and after that - combined with the negative and keep in direct sunlight for as long as the image will not appear.
Opalotipiya, it is usually a photo or a portrait made of glass, having a translucent white color.
The basic technique involves wet collodion opalotipii or gelatin was patented in 1857, Glover and Bold of Liverpool. In In opalotipii used two basic ways that a carbon transfer print on the glass, or the effect of light-sensitive emulsion on a glass surface. Opalotipiya photography practiced in various forms until you faded and disappeared in 1930.
Opalotipiya is one of a number of early photographic techniques, are now generally doomed to historical status.
Cyanotype (old monochrome photographic print which gave the prints blue tint. This method was invented in 1842 by English scientist and astronomer Sir John Herschel).

Van Dyke (The process was so named because of the similarity in color from brown print with oil paint, is named for the Flemish painter Van Dyck).

Year / Date of Release: 2011
Version: v1.1
Developer: Topaz Labs
Bit depth: 32bit
Compatibility with Vista: complete
Compatible with Windows 7 full time

System requirements:
Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7
(32-bit and 64-bit)
Requires at least 1 GB RAM. (2 GB or more recommended)
Compatible with Adobe Photoshop CS3-CS5 (32-bit and 64-bit), Photoshop Elements 6-10, PaintShop Pro, Photo Impact and Serif Photo Plus.
Compatible with Lightroom 2 and 3 via Topaz Fusion Express.
Requires Intel-based Mac OS 10.5-10.7.
PowerPC processors like G4 or G5 are not supported.
Requires at least 1 GB RAM. (2 GB or more recommended)
Compatible with Adobe Photoshop CS3-CS5, Photoshop Elements 6-10.
Compatible with Aperture 2 and 3, iPhoto and Lightroom 2 and 3 via Topaz Fusion Express.

Language: English
Medicine: Present


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