Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Topaz Labs Texture Effects 1.1 Update Now Available – Save up to 28% off Topaz Products! (new coupon codes)

Burning Dust Effect
Burning Dust Effect

If you were one of the many people who attended my Topaz LabsAdvanced Texture Effects Techniques” webinar then you probably noticed some new features that weren’t available in your copy. That’s because I was using the new 1.1 release, which is now available to the general public.

If you missed my webinar, here’s the video recording of it:

I also recommend that you check out my Texture Effects Review for an in-depth video tutorial of Texture Effects.

This product is so much more than just another texture overlay app so I demonstrate how it can be used alone to do powerful layering to create fine art images. If you don’t own Photoshop, you’ll definitely want to check this product out!

Here’s the before and after of the image edited in my video review using Texture Effects1.1’s new “Weather” texture presets:

New Rain Texture featured in 1.1
New Rain Texture featured in 1.1

Where to order (SPECIAL OFFER)

CLICK HERE to learn more, get a free trial or order yours today!

My readers can always save 15% off ANY Topaz Labs product using the coupon code:


For the remainder of the month you can save even more off Texture Effects with a special $20 off deal using coupon code:


This last deal is only available for a limited time. Once it expires you can still you can use my discount coupon code to get the best price on the web on any (or all) Topaz Labs products. Here’s a screen shot to show you how to use coupon codes:

Enter the coupon code and click Apply Coupon
Enter the coupon code and click Apply Coupon

You may also be interested in adding these textures to your product as well:

Trey Ratcliff's Textures Tutorial
Textures also available separately here
See my discount coupon code page for discounts on this!

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