10 Jan Exposure X6 software review: Faster than ever and even more capable
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Exposure Software Exposure X6
$129-149 | exposure.software
Back in 2020, I reviewed Exposure Software’s Exposure X5 and discovered much to love. A rival to the likes of Lightroom and Capture One, I found Exposure X5 to be blazingly fast and quite capable.
With a pretty affordable price tag and no subscription fees, it made for a very credible alternative to its more established rivals, especially for photographers on a budget. Now the follow-up, Exposure X6, is here, and I’ve tested all of its new features to see how they stack up.
Key takeaways: Offers an equivalent to most of Lightroom’s core features with no subscription and an affordable price tag Even better performance than its already-swift predecessor Loads of controls and a ton of quick-and-easy presets More auto controls get you in the ballpark quickly Noise reduction is now tuned to your camera model Less broad Raw support than its Adobe rival
Available immediately, Exposure X6 can be purchased from Exposure Software for $129, which is an increase of $10 over the previous version. A free 30-day trial version can be obtained here. Those who purchased Exposure X5 after July 15, 2020 can upgrade for free, while earlier customers can upgrade for $89. A bundle including Exposure Software’s Blow Up and Snap Art tools is priced at $149
A familiar interface with some worthwhile improvements
If you’ve used the previous version, you’ll feel right at home with Exposure X6. While some updating
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