This one is for all of the photographers out there. The guys over at OnOne Software have given me a Full version of their new Perfect PhotoSuite 7 worth $300 to give away to one lucky winner.
For those of you who are not familiar with OnOne’s software let me tell you a little bit about this power tool for photography.

Onone Perfect PhotoSuite 7

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The Dashboard of Onone PhotoSuite 7

This is an image software set that is based around it’s Perfect Layers foundation. The reason this is the core of the software is because it allows other programs that do not support Layers (Lightroom and Aperture) to use layers and all of the benefits that come to photo editing through that.

One of the things that I love about this software is that it works as both a stand alone program or through plug-ins which support Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, Elements and Apple’s Aperture. So as you can see it quite flexible.

The Perfect PhotoSuite 7 includes new versions of Perfect Resize 7.5, Perfect Effects 4 and Perfect Portrait 2. Also included are Perfect Mask 5 and Focus Point 2.

But by far the best part of this suite is the addition of Perfect B & W. This is OnOne’s first foray into Black and white processing and let me say I think they have done it right. If you process any B&W you are going to be excited.

I could go on for hours about all of the features available but this is about a giveaway. I will be doing an in depth review of Perfect PhotoSuite 7 very soon.

For more details on this software check out their website at OnOne Perfect Photosuite 7.

So how do you win a free copy of this amazing software you ask?

Well we are making it easy for you. All you have to do is enter via the form below and we will draw a winner randomly. Good luck to everyone and whoever wins this you will not be disappointed!

A big shout out to the OnOne team for donating this prize. Someone is going to improve their photographs.

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Winner will be announced on November 30,2011

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  1. david wascko

    I want to photograph Laos. Some part, any part, possibly with my Lao friend.

    Ps: On One , gives us all a reasonably priced choice to work digitally ; unlike the greedy Adob’ee thieves.

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