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Anonymous

Can these plugins be used in Photoshop Elements?

Charley

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Maidul Islam

This looks like a great tool. I’m going to try it out. Currently.

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Mitchell Alexander

Thank’s, very usefull.

Kenneth

Some default plugins was removed in CS5, but they are still very useful. You can download them free here:

http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=4688

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shakir

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Nazimah Agustina

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Plum

Two outstanding free plugins, especially for painters:
– Deep Paint 2D (includes a standalone);
– Impressionist (from Microsoft?!?).

Google it.

Tested on all Win32 versions, CS2 –> CS6.

Anonymous

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George Weaver

Thanks for the tips on plug-ins.

mohit

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Yaron

There is also “Export Pro” it’s a new plug-in still in beta
http://www.sugarvds.com/ExportPro/

Its a one-click exporter for Photoshop, worth taking a look

Nelieta

Filter Forge is excellent but not free and quite pricey.

Wilder

Since it was said that I could give a freeware plug in one that I know of is Colorus the colorwheel

romance340702

this post is very helpful which iwas looking for.

Michael T.

Appreciate your efforts but most of these look so dated or tacky. The good ones are not free, but you get what you pay for.

Chaser

Agreed. Most are tacky and not worth looking at. ReFocus appears to pretty interesting… deblurring at its finest. Just hope it’s not just another “sharpening” plugin.

Noel

Good list! You even tell us if it’s for 64-bit or not
What about this one?
http://www.artistic-effects.com/3d-shadow/

Photoshop Tutorials Editor

We tried that one but couldn’t recommend it because the preview window didn’t let you zoom in/out or pan around. It was stuck at 100% zoom which meant that you can’t see the preview if you were working on a high-res photo.

Bojan Živković

There are and Russel Brown scripts not mentioned here http://www.russellbrown.com/scripts.html,

Photoshop Tutorials Editor

Thanks for the links! We didn’t bump into Russel Brown’s scripts but they look useful. MEHDI has a lot of great filter plugins too

Bojan Živković

On the site MEHDI you can find lot of free Ps plugins. I found most useful Kaleidoscope http://www.mehdiplugins.com/english/kaleidoscope.htm

Michael Goloff

How did you install Kaleidoscope so that it works in
CS6? I put it the plug-ins folder and also tried using the preferences>plugins to create a different folder and put it in there and pointed the plugin to c:\plugs. Nothing seemed to work.

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