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Old 6th January 2008
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Portrait Professional

This program seems very good - certainly appears to take the hard work out of touching up etc.

http://www.portraitprofessional.com/

Is it worth the cost?

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Not really appropriate for the kind of photography I do but 30 seems pretty cheap if you were going to use it often. I paid more than that for and my black and white converter (by TheImagingFactory). Portrait Professional have a trial download at the moment so why not give that a go and see if you take to it?
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Not really appropriate for the kind of photography I do but 30 seems pretty cheap if you were going to use it often. I paid more than that for and my black and white converter (by TheImagingFactory). Portrait Professional have a trial download at the moment so why not give that a go and see if you take to it?
Having trialled it I thought I would pass the link on to others to find out what they thought about it.

Thanks for your coments - my findings on its use was it saved a great deal of time and the finished item had a great wow factor.

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Re: Portrait Professional

In which case, I think you've got your answer right there!
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Seems to me to make plastic people. Ok if you put a load of soft focus on as well.
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