Get the new Perfect Effects 8 Premium Edition for free

Create Your Best Photos with the Best Photo Effects

Bring out the “WOW” in your images with the transformative power of Perfect Effects 8. Its extensive library of one-click presets, adjustable filters, and powerful tools make it easy to bring out the best in your image. Get stunning results instantly or take complete creative control as you add subtle to striking enhancement to your image, create a vision that you have in your mind's eye, or immerse yourself in free-form creativity. With Perfect Effects 8, you can do it all.

Now there are twice as many Filters available in Perfect Effects 8 so you can create any effect you want—from the popular HDR look to a vintage, Instagram-inspired look. Add stunning Dynamic Contrast to your images, a sunshine glow, texture overlay, a bokeh effect after the shot, and more!

Perfect Effects 8 Premium Edition integrates seamlessly into your workflow no matter what tools and software you use. It works as a plug-in to Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Lightroom, Apple Aperture, and as a standalone application.

Free Perfect Effects 8 Premium Edition ($99.95 value)

Through January 28, 2014, you can download Perfect Effects 8 Premium Edition at no cost! ($99.95 value). With a re-engineered effects engine, an extensive library of one-click presets, adjustable filters, and powerful controls, Perfect Effects 8 makes it easy to bring out the best in your images. Get Perfect Effects 8 Premium Edition full version from here, or view more information on the official website.

Perfect Effects 8 Premium Edition requires 8GB of RAM and a 64-bit operating system, Windows 7 or higher, or Mac OS X 10.7 or higher. It will not work on 32-bit.

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Nice! I just registered for a license and I'm downloading it now. Will try it later today when I find some spare time.

for those who are wondering about ram there is a reason for the recommendation, and that is it is really needed when working on rendering large photos. Been playing with this for almost two hours now and can understand the need for the 8 gigs of ram. It will run in the 4gig format, albeit it is a little slow (not glacial jut a little slow. So far I do like the program and it is quite easy to master. The only thing missing is the ability to heal a photo *something similar to Adobe's healing tool would have been nice; other then that it is a nice piece of software for free. Recommend getting it and playing around with it. . .it is FREE, so what are you waiting for. . .

devHead said,
Really? It says on its site that it requires 8 GB of RAM. That seems a bit high, considering what it does.

They're just trying to sound fancy, covering for Adobe's RAM greed when working with huge assets.