Friday, September 19, 2014

Free Topaz Presets, New Product & Discount Offer

image Workflow Tips from the Pros on Topaz Adjust

Topaz Labs is now offering FREE new presets and workflow tips for the latest release of Adjust that was recently released. The new version updates the user-interface to keep up with the great changes in the preview system featured in other Topaz products. It feels faster and more robust than its predecessor too!

You can buy Adjust or any Topaz Labs product with my discount coupon code or you try it for free for 30 days.

Click to learn more about Topaz Impression
All New - Topaz Impression

This is a very cool product that can create some amazing effects for your images, but it does require a little patience in this first version. I’m hoping it will get faster, but I’d encourage D810 owners (and others with big megapixel files) to try it out using a small resized image at first (i.e., 800px on the long side). This will allow you to experiment with more things much faster so you can decide how you like it before you apply your concept to a full-resolution image.

To try it out for free for thirty days, click here.


As my Nik Collection by Google has become rather crash prone in Photoshop CC 2014 for Windows (7 64-bit), I’ve started to rely more heavily on the Topaz Complete Collection. If you haven’t tried it out yet, now might be a good time to finally give it a shot.

Where to order

For the month of September you can get Topaz Labs newest product at a 25% discount by using the coupon code SEPIMPRESSION.

Year around you can get a discount on any or all of the Topaz products using the discount found on my discount coupon code page.

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