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    Sagelight anyone?

    just wondering if anyone here uses Sagelight and if so, waddya think?

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    Re: Sagelight anyone?

    I had never heard of it but, after Googling it, Sagelight appears to be pretty popular. I am pretty happy with Photoshop CS6 and Adobe Bridge does everything that I want. But, if I were not set up with CS6 and NIK, I would consider Sagelight...

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    Re: Sagelight anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by movielvr View Post
    just wondering if anyone here uses Sagelight and if so, waddya think?
    Seems you use it.

    How about your experience with it?

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    Re: Sagelight anyone?

    not Yet...will post when i do..ty

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    Re: Sagelight anyone?

    its fun and easy..and cheap...like 40 bucks...I would like to hear from those of you who have a lot of time in with the various editors as I am a relative neophyte.

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    Re: Sagelight anyone?

    I have used it for 2 years and its very good. It's still in development so it has some shortfalls but image processing is quick and stunning. New noise reduction is awesome. Takes a good computer to run it.

    Steve

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    Re: Sagelight anyone?

    I hadn't heard of it either, but I did go to the web site and it sounded interesting. Not going to cut over to it, but certainly looks like one to keep an eye on as a non-Adobe contender.

    For any users out there, one thing intrigued me. Sagelight seems to have replaced the (e.g.) Temperature and Tint controls with a single "Colour Wheel" slider, which is presented as a significant step forward in simplifying WB correction . Since my understanding is that you need the two more or less orthogonal controls to navigate a two dimension slice through a colour space, how can this be achieved with a single slider?

    Dave

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