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Rolleyes
OK, I complained about how long v 11 took to come out, but now that I tried it, I see it is FABULOUS! MUCH more subtle results than v10. With v10, it was hard to find the fine line between smooth and plastic. v11 does it automatically!
Very nice
J
(11-13-2012, 07:25 AM)Johnnyjomp Wrote: [ -> ]Rolleyes
OK, I complained about how long v 11 took to come out, but now that I tried it, I see it is FABULOUS! MUCH more subtle results than v10. With v10, it was hard to find the fine line between smooth and plastic. v11 does it automatically!
Very nice
J
I read very negative comments and very positive ones like yours. Looks like I got poisoned now... will download trial and test it out. But I am not sure whether it is now available for download for people like myself.
(11-14-2012, 04:22 AM)williamting Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-13-2012, 07:25 AM)Johnnyjomp Wrote: [ -> ]Rolleyes
OK, I complained about how long v 11 took to come out, but now that I tried it, I see it is FABULOUS! MUCH more subtle results than v10. With v10, it was hard to find the fine line between smooth and plastic. v11 does it automatically!
Very nice
J
I read very negative comments and very positive ones like yours. Looks like I got poisoned now... will download trial and test it out. But I am not sure whether it is now available for download for people like myself.
Well, I paid for the software, so I am more concerned how well it works for them. Someone complained of it crashing, but I am not having that problem, at least not yet. The results are much better than v10, and are achieved more easily. It did find a face in a textured wall; I don't know how I would have gotten rid of it should I had decided to continue with that photo.

Thanks. I have a lot of photos to run through PP. Perhaps, I should try using the trial I just downloaded. I have been using V10 for a long time.
Hi Johnnyjomp,

If Portrait Professional finds a face where there isn't one, you can delete the incorrect face by hovering over it and clicking the X in the corner.

Arjun
(11-20-2012, 12:56 PM)Arjun Wrote: [ -> ]Hi Johnnyjomp,

If Portrait Professional finds a face where there isn't one, you can delete the incorrect face by hovering over it and clicking the X in the corner.

Arjun

Thank you!