Light! Photoshop (Mac) Digital Film Tools

Light! Photoshop (Mac)


Light can be added to a scene where none existed before just as if you were adding light at the time of shooting. Realistic lighting and shadow is introduced using the entire pattern/ gobo library created by GAMPRODUCTS, INC.


GAM PATTERN LIBRARY | Normally used in front of lights during photography, these same exact patterns can now be applied digitally to the entire image or inside a selection. There are 565 patterns to choose from including blendables, breakups, Christmas, cityscapes and towns, clouds, fences and openings, fire and water, flags, flowers, foliage, holidays and symbols, moons, natural elements, religion, signage, sky and stars, spirals, spotlights and pinspots, stones and brick, structures and sets, themes, trees, vignettes and windows.

GAMCOLOR GELS | Photographers, cinematographers and lighting designers use colored filters or gels in front of lights. Whether they want to create a romantic moonlit setting or a vicious, angry fight, they have the colors they need to achieve the effect. Digital equivalents of the lighting gels created by GAMPRODUCTS, INC. can now be applied to your light source.The GamColor system divides the visible spectrum into nine color sections convenient to the lighting designer. It is a circular classification of colors by hue, referencing the primaries, secondaries and important subdivisions.

The GamColor gels are arranged according to this system, making it easy to locate any color in a logical manner. For detailed information about GAM Patterns and Gels, you can visit their website at

DIFFUSION, FILL LIGHT, FOG, GLOW | In addition to adding patterns to your images, Light! can also be used to add diffusion, fill light, fog and glow effects.


Host Applications:
Adobe Photoshop

Operating Systems:

System Requirements:

Apple Aperture 2.1 and up
Macintosh Multicore Intel® processor
Mac OSX 10.5.x - OSX 10.6.x

1024 x 768 minimum screen resolution

AV3 Price : $50.00


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