Digital Film Tools - Light 4.0v3 for Photoshop, Lightroom and Aperture (Mac OS X) | 83 MB
Light can be added to a scene where none existed before just as if you were adding light at the time of shooting. Realistic lighting and shadow is introduced using digital versions of the entire gobo libraries created by Gamproducts and Rosco.
Gobos (patterns) are widely used by designers in theatre, film, photography and television to create atmosphere, project scenery, and generally enhance the visual impact of their lighting. Normally used in front of lights during photography, these same exact gobos can be applied digitally to the entire image or inside a matte.
Light Features:Light can be added to a scene where none existed beforeAdd diffusion, fill light, fog and glow effectsRosco gobo library that includes 1380 gobosGam gobo library that includes 565 gobosRosco and GamColor Gel librariesUse your own gobo imageCreate your own presetsLayering system for multiple filters applicationSophisticated but easy to use masking toolsSophisticated but easy to use masking toolsModify images with presets or slidersQuickly search for presetsFloating point image processingMulti-processor accelerationGPU accelerationGOBO LIBRARY | The gobos are organized into Gam and Rosco groups. They are further sub-categorized into Abstract; Architectural & Retail; Boundaries & Wildlife; Breakups; Churches & Heraldics; Clouds Water & Sky; Fire & Ice; Foliage Breakups; Graphics & Grills; Occasions & Holidays; Rotation, Symbols & Signs; Trees & Flowers; Windows, Doors & Blinds; and World Around Us, etc. GAMCOLOR GELS | Photographers, cinematographers and lighting designers often use colored filters or gels in front of lights. Digital equivalents of the lighting gels created by Gamproducts and Rosco can be applied to the light source.DIFFUSION, FILL LIGHT, FOG, GLOW | In addition to adding patterns to your images, Light! can also be used to add diffusion, fill light, fog and glow effects.One Light v4 photo plug-in license will run in Adobe® Photoshop®, Adobe Photoshop Elements®, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom®, and Apple® Aperture® if installed on the same machine.
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