Black Friday sales are here and we at Fstoppers want to keep the photography community informed of noteworthy deals. Some of these savings are only available for a very limited timeframe, so if there's something that piques your interest, make sure to act on it now!
Exposure Software is offering 15% on everything in their store through December 2. The featured product is Exposure X6, the brand new version of their award-winning creative photo editor. Learn more at https://exposure.software/sale/2020-bfcm
Pixellu’s latest product is here: Introducing Pixellu Galleries — stunning, fast, easy to use client photo galleries that make delivering images an effortless experience. Invest in your business while taking advantage of the launch sale this Black Friday — subscribe today and get 25% off Pixellu Galleries Pro, forever. Offer ends November 30.
The holidays are fast approaching! Get ready for them with great savings on Datacolor’s most popular photographic equipment that’s on everyone’s wish list, including yours! Make sure to check out the new ColorReader EZ – perfect for choosing paint color for any home DIY project or the closest Savage Universal background color to simplify the process of color matching and coordination for your next photo shoot. Save up to $200 today!
Rawsie is the first RAW image compression app for pro photographers. Reduce RAW file size by up to 80%, while preserving full dynamic range, resolution and edits via LR catalog importing. Forget about buying extra hard drives or cloud storage and 'Startup disk almost full' alerts. RAW quality with JPEG file size is now real! Try it free and get 20% off with the code FRIDAY2020 on signing up before December 15.
Topaz Labs AI-Powered Bundle
Topaz Labs develops photo and video editing applications with cutting-edge technology to help you achieve the impossible. Blurry photo? No problem. High noise? We’ve got you covered. Produce cleaner, bigger, sharper photos and videos — powered by AI. The world’s best creators use Topaz Labs’ AI-powered technology for pixel-perfect editing.