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Jim

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Two plugins I use all the time are..

My absolute favourite
Link Removedthis superb plug in puts you back in the darkroom, you can choose the grade of printing paper, and even simulate black and white films like old Ilford and kodak favourites.

But the one I use most
Intellihance Pro, which is stupidly expensive, but very good at what it does, if you process a lot of photos it may well be worth the cost.
 

Munchie

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Haven't got any plug ins yet, reckon I'll wait till I've got a better grasp of CS3 first...it don't half take some learning.

:Tongue::eek::rofl:::bigsmile:
 

MikeandCarolyn

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The only plug-in I have is Neat Image to reduce 'noise' when I have to use high ISO ratings for bird pics.
I use Elements 6 and probably only use about 2% of it-couldn't see any reason to get CS3
as I wouldnt use enough to justify the cost.
 

chas

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32 long years !
Have always found Picasa 3 by Google to suit my needs, and its free :thumb:

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