Monthly Archives: October 2010

Storyboarder v1.10 – produce Storyboards with exact width or height you require

Storyboarder is proving to be a popular plugin and we’ve had a number of requests from users who wish to create storyboards with either a fixed height or a fixed width. Well, we’ve listened, and version 1.10 now adds these … Continue reading

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Do you use RedCart? And Lightroom? You’ll love LR/RedCart…

LR/RedCart is a new Lightroom plugin that greatly simplifies the process of getting your images onto your RedCart site. The plugin will automatically export your images at the correct size, create thumbnails and the upload everything to the right place … Continue reading

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A handy new plugin – Zip Exporter

We’ve just released another handy new plugin – Zip Exporter. Update: ┬áVersion 1.10 has just been released, and offers the option of uploading the Zip archive to an FTP server. This plugin allows you to create a Zip archive of … Continue reading

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Impact 1.60 – yes, can you finally have a transparent menu bar

Lots of users have asked for an update to Impact that allows them to have a transparent menu bar, but with the menu items themselves visible. Version 1.60 addresses this request, and it’s probably most useful when the items are … Continue reading

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Storyboarder – a new Lightroom plugin

We’ve just released Storyboarder, a fun new plugin for creating a “storyboard” of images. This could be great for photographers who have a sequence of images that should be displayed together. Here’s an example: There are loads of options for … Continue reading

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Syncomatic 1.23

Version 1.23 of Syncomatic has just been released and now, as well as handling files with matching names, it can synchronise metadata and adjustments within stacks When you add metadata like the title or keywords to a stack, Lightroom only … Continue reading

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