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I have used this in both Photoshop / PS Elements and in Paint Shop Pro Photo X2. The software allows you to capture the tonal value of a (b/w) photo and save it as a preset in Amphisoft. You can then apply this tone to other photos. It comes loaded with some presets to get you going. Say for example you wish to apply a soft sepia tone (or cyanotype or whatever) to a number of photos. Make the necessary adjustments on the first photo using PS, then open Amphisoft to save the tonal values in the plug in. From there on in, you can apply the exact same tone to as many other photos as you want, simply by selecting the name you have given that newly created preset from a drop down list. Saves a lot of fooling about for those not conversant with creating and using actions / scripts. I like it and use it reasonably regularly. For a piece of free software it is particularly good as it does just what it says it will do without fuss.
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