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onOne Perfect Suite 9 and Photos for Mac #1
Charles Putnam's picture
by Charles Putnam
September 30, 2014 - 7:34pm

So…just for kicks, I asked onOne via Twitter if Perfect Suite 9 will include support for Photos for Mac when it’s released.  Their response - “sure will!”

Martin De's picture
by Martin De
October 1, 2014 - 9:31pm

That’s good news. Now if Photos is not what we hope it will be, there is a great alternative: DAM by Photos, processing in the Perfect Suite.

Greetz, Martin

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by Ken Sky
October 16, 2014 - 8:38pm

Through the promotion on this site, I purchased Perfect Suite 8.5 in May 2014. Less than 5 months later, I find the suite has had an upgrade which will cost me $70. I believe it’s unfair to not let purchasers know that a major upgrade is around the corner. If Photos may or may not include some of the functions that PPS is touting, wouldn’t it be prudent to let the first few iterations of Photos come out & see if this plug-in is really necessary?

Ken Sky

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by Flipkal
October 20, 2014 - 3:01am

I did the same, purchased Perfect Suite 8.0 last Spring as an upgrade for $90. I wrote to OnOne and complained. They wrote back and gave me a discount code to buy the upgrade for $70. No apology or explanation. I’m not overly impressed with their software anyway. Have you noticed that using the plugin in Aperture will take your 20meg RAW file and blow it up to over 100mb in many cases!? I’ll stick with NIK for most of my plugin adjustments.

Phil in Midland

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by Bob Rockefeller
October 24, 2014 - 12:22am

I just don’t like having to export in a destructive format to an external application to make adjustments. Either I start with the export at the beginning and have to do any Aperture adjustments on a tiff, or I export at the end and then can’t change Aperture adjustments made before the export.

And regardless, I end up with a huge file instead of a RAW and an edit list.


Bob Rockefeller
Midway, GA

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