From Alien Skin Software:
From Capture to Creativity
From legendary creative effects plugin to award-winning photo editor: introducing Exposure X3, the advanced non-destructive RAW editor that handles your full workflow. From capture to creativity, it's the fastest way to bring your vision to life.
Begin working within moments of connecting your camera to your computer. Exposure handles image uploads, and its catalog-free approach makes your photos available for editing instantly as they are added.
Label your standout images with all the tagging and rating tools you need. Quickly locate any image with Exposure's extensive sorting and search tools.
Exposure puts everything you need in a single interface. Transition seamlessly between tagging, editing, and exporting. Exposure even features advanced creative effects and portrait retouching, so you can quickly perfect your photos.
Exposure's beating heart is its advanced rendering engine, which was built to handle the demanding task of accurate film emulation. Exposure's selection of tasteful presets spans the history of photography, then goes even further, offering new creative styles.
Exposure's vast library of creative presets provides you with an amazing array of looks to choose from. You can customize each one, then save it as your own unique look. Every aspect of a preset can be adjusted, from fundamental adjustments like color toning, sharpening, and exposure, to advanced creative effects like vignette, film grain, and bokeh.
Exposure speeds you into the creative editing zone â?? where your photos become art â?? and keeps you there.
It's not just about speed, although Exposure is plenty fast. You also benefit from streamlined workflows, an intuitive interface, and all the creative tools you need to create beautiful images.
Works as a plugin for Photoshop and Lightroom. Some presets are nice.
Generally many modern packages of film presets for Lightroom do the job better. Just compare the samples from Exposure and from reallyniceimages.com (Iconic Films) for example. The latter produces the result that looks exactly like a genuine film while pictures treated by Exposure look well... like digital pictures with filter applied.
Costs a lot but looses competition to new emerging film emulation tools.