October 24, 2009

New Filter Forge 2.0 for PS beta

Filter Forge, the node-based tool for visually creating Photoshop filters, has announced a beta of version 2.0. According to lead developer Vladimir Golovin, new features include:

Posted by John Nack at 2:28 PM on October 24, 2009


  • RUGRLN — 5:11 AM on October 25, 2009

    You mean New Filter Forge 2.0 beta for Ps…I thought you had tried to disguise the idea of Photoshop beta…darn…lol

  • Klaus Nordby — 7:06 AM on October 25, 2009

    Yes, I tried this beta a few days ago, it’s fascinating, especially the 32-bit color stuff. Since I’m now doing some HDRI work I’m grateful for the 32-bit support Adobe has already given us in Photoshop CS4 — but, since the 32-bit functionality IS a bit meager, I dearly hope that this area will get much more engineering love in CSNext!

  • Chris — 4:37 PM on November 04, 2009

    This program has nothing to do with the creation of Photoshop filters. It is not like it makes customized .8BF files and are used as separate filter plugins. I really do not get why everyone misinterprets this software as such.

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