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    Infested Cats's Avatar Mike Victory
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    What are some good Filters for Photoshop (I mean ones I can download and install)?

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    I have pretty much every filter... ever.
    But, I don't really use them anymore. You can do everything with the original Photoshop filters. No one knows that better than Bert Monroy. I swear, he's like a Photoshop god. Anyway, you can find his lessons on P2P that are VERY educating and very cool. Not boring at all.

    I just wanted to tell you that. Now some filters that I used to use often are:
    These are from Andromeda:
    Eye Candy 4000
    Xenofex 1
    Xenofex 2

    Some others:
    harrysfilters
    UnPlugged
    Anything from Auto FX Software
    Extensis

    Some of them are free and most of them aren't.
    The best list you can use to find the names of plug-ins for PS is Adobe's List.

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    Type FOSI into Google and look for the Eyecandy and Xenofex plugins there.

    Flaming Pear plugins are damn good too.
    Anyone determined enough would be able to find the cracks for them quite easily.

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    There are also alot of crappy repetitive ones

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    There are also alot of crappy repetitive ones

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    Originally posted by Sparsely@17 May 2004 - 19:33
    There are also alot of crappy repetitive ones

    Really?
    Goes the same for the people using them, too?

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    yeah.
    There are also alot of crappy repetitive ones

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    Originally posted by Xero Grid@17 May 2004 - 05:06
    I just wanted to tell you that. Now some filters that I used to use often are:
    These are from Andromeda:
    Eye Candy 4000
    Xenofex 1
    Xenofex 2

    i strongly reccommend thoughs they really save you alot of time

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    yeah.
    but there are alot of crappy repetitive ones

    this post is guaranteed 100% parrot-free

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    no seriously....there are

    downloaded something like harry&#39;s and or freddies&#39;s Filters consisting of 500 filters which are crappy repetative ones

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