Friday 30 March 2012

6) Telegraphics Plugins (Download Link)

Various Useful and free plug-ins for import/export as well as various other cross-platform functions. Each plugin can be used with all versions of Photoshop (3.0-7.0, CS, CS2), under Mac OS X, 9 and earlier, and Windows.

7) 3D Shadow plug-in (Download Link)

Tired of boring looking text or numbers in your graphics works? Want to improve the looks of your designs, but don't have the time or abilities to do it yourself? Then you will definitely like Lokas Software free 3D Shadow plug-in for Adobe Photoshop, Corel Photo Paint, Jasc PaintShopPro and other software.

This handy tool easily creates various types of 3D shadows from objects such as letters, numbers, shapes and so on. All settings are present in a single window - transparency level, perspective, shadow color and position, X/Y/Z angles, and some others. Even the seasoned designers are surprised by the simplicity of the plug-in and excellent results it generates. The text, processed with this tool immediately grabs the attention of the viewers. And the fact that 3D Shadow is a freeware makes it very popular among both amateurs and pros.

8) Fotomatic : Photoshop Plug-In Filters

A series of effects based on traditional photography equipment and techniques. They are not meant to be complex or exact matches, merely a quick and easy method to achieve results that are similar to what can be produced via conventional non-digital formats.

Hi-Spot (Link) - A single Photoshop compatible plug-in filter for high contrast black and white photos.
G-Force (Link) - A single Photoshop compatible plug-in filter for traditional monochromatic grain effects, and the results are similar to using "fast" B&W camera film, allowing more control than the standard "noise" filters included with most image-editors.
Techni-X (Link) - A single Photoshop compatible plug-in filter for very high contrast B&W effects which are ideal for certain illustration work.
NightScope ( Link)- A single Photoshop compatible plug-in filter for adding a basic "night-vision" effect to your digital photographs and/or 2D and 3D computer-generated images.
Pseudo-IR (Link) - A single Photoshop compatible plug-in filter for creating a similar look when using traditional B&W infra-red film.
SkyGrad (Link) - A single Photoshop compatible plug-in filter for tinting the sky area of your photographs.
BW-Plus (Link) - A single Photoshop compatible plug-in filter for quickly turning your color images into grayscale, but with the added option of using a colored optical lens filter as you would in traditional B&W photography.
FastFix (Link) - You can modify the brightness, contrast, saturation, red/cyan, green/magenta and blue/yellow balance settings all at the same time.

9) 2D Hyper Clouds (Download Link)

2D HyperClouds is an free Adobe Photoshop plug-in filter which lets you generate cloud textures and plasmas. It is based on Perlin's noise functions, and uses the background and foreground colors to make the clouds palette.

 10) Virtual Photographer (Download Link)

virtualPhotographer lets you instantly apply high quality, professional photographic styles to your digital images, with just one click. virtualPhotographer includes over 50 presets that automatically apply combinations of film grain, color modification, B/W, soft focus, high contrast and many artistic effects to achieve the same professional-looking images that used to take hours of photo editing. Get results in seconds. Compatible with Photoshop®, Photoshop® Elements, Paint Shop™ Pro®, Photo-Paint and other popular imaging applications.!

11) Luce Effects plugin (Download Link)

Luce is an handy lighting effect plug-in for Photoshop. The volumetric light effects can be created for point or directional Light source. A handy manual is also available for download which explains each function.

To be Continued in Part III

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