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Software Discounts

From: Guy H.
Sent on: Thursday, November 17, 2011 2:25 PM
I am still working on publishing our HDR notes.  I keep tripping over honey dos.  sigh . . .

Hope to have the first one out next  week.

To practice all we have learned the past few months, we are planning a photo safari somewhere in the north Dallas, Plano area the first Tuesday in December . . . December 6th.  We are looking for places with lots of pretty holiday lights.  It might be a residential neighborhood or an outdoor mall decorated to the hilt.  If you have any suggestions please let us know on our meetup discussion board.

Here are the notes I have on software discounts:


Lewis Kemper Photography
Photomatix Pro  15%
NIK                      15%
Topaz Labs         ??

   Members get:
NIK:  15%
DXO Optics Pro:  30%  I use this a lot to preprocess high ISO HDR sequences
On One Software:  15%
Phodex: 20%   Great for making slide shows & presentations
Photomatix:  25%!!!!!  Wow, I haven’t seen a discount this low.  It must be Christmas
Adobe:  15%
Topaz Labs:  25%

Photomatix Pro:
Amazon: $99
HDRSoft: $99

If you are not a member of NAPP then the best bet is Lewis Kemper.  I've attend a couple of Lewis' seminars and try to attend any available.

I do recommend NAPP if you aren't a member.  It is $99 a year but the learning resources NAPP makes available is well worth the price. 

On a budget my first choice for HDR tone mapping software is Photomatix.  A worthwhile addition for the powerful U Point technology is NIK's HDR Efex Pro. 

Thanks . . . Guy

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