May 12, 2007

New Filter Forge: Make your own Photoshop filters

The crew behind Filter Forge, the Photoshop plug-in that lets you roll your own filters, have announced three new versions of the application.  Filter Forge consists of a node-based editor used for assembling a series of mathematical operations into a filter.  $99 gets you access to the repository of community-generated filters; $199 gets you standard filter creation; and $299 buys the ability to enable more advanced modules (e.g. 32-bit processing).  I haven’t gotten to try it yet myself (no Mac version yet, as far as I can see, and I’ve yet to install Parallels or the like), but I love the idea of democratizing the creation and sharing of Photoshop components.

Posted by John Nack at 8:54 AM on May 12, 2007

Comments

  • Martin — 10:16 AM on May 12, 2007

    Also take a look at Filtermeister
    (www.filtermeister.com) which allows to write your own filters based on the C language. Unfortunately also for Windows only.
    [Cool, will do; thanks for the tip. --J.]

  • wee — 1:53 PM on May 12, 2007

    damn.. MOOOORE NODES INSIDE PHOTOSHOP!! (or after effects at least, finnaly) common adobe! :D

  • keith — 6:44 PM on May 12, 2007

    Oh yea just do the math Dxσ = DxΣ(fiσi) = Σ(( ∂ ∂x fi)σi + fiDxσi)and make the filters ourselves, like T George does. http://www.tgeorgiev.net
    [Nice--I hadn't seen that. --J.]

  • fotos — 7:05 AM on May 23, 2007

    coommon adobe!!!!!

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