Wow, no postings here at all. All of these other “photoapps” are cool, and less expensive than Photoshop – and I would be sorely tempted to get away from PS, but I do 90%+ of my work on my B&W images using PhotoKit in Photoshop. As an old (ancient) darkroom freak, I find I can work very intuitively and fast. Actually it’s like darkroom work with capabilities increased exponentially and no mess. Just wondered if I’m almost alone out here – and if perhaps thee would be any interest the site providing some encouragement there. PhotoKit isn’t all that different in what it does, it’s just a vastly different, direct, intuitive, non-digital approach to digital applications. Anyway, in lieu of anything coming, if anyone is interested and has any questions, I would be glad to offer some help or tips – I’ve been using the thing extensively for years.
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