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Poll Results 2017


This page shows the results of polls on various topics that were conducted on this web site. Always keep in mind that the results are only representative for the visitors of this site and can't be generalized. Placing these polls on other sites could produce totally different results.


Lightroom Future Poll
conducted in November/December 2017

Which Lightroom version will you use in future?
 
1. I will stay with Lightroom 6 as long it supports my camera.
33%
   
2. I plan to switch to an alternative Lightroom-like application.
26%
   
 
3. I do not know yet what to do in future.
20%
   
 
4. I plan to switch to version 7 of Lightroom Classic CC.
16%
   
5. I plan to use the new cloud-based Lightroom CC.
6%
   
 
Total of votes: 115

 

 


Lightroom App Poll
conducted in November/December 2017

Which of these Lightroom-like applications do you regularly use?
 
1. Adobe Lightroom
44%
   
 
2. Topaz Studio
26%
   
3. DxO OpticsPro
22%
   
4. ON1 Photo RAW
21%
   
5. Other
20%
   
 
6. ACDSee
10%
   
6. AfterShot Pro
10%
   
6. Raw Therapee
10%
   
7. Nikon Capture (NX)
8%
   
8. Zoner Photo Studio
7%
   
9. Capture One
6%
   
10. Darktable
5.5%
   
11. Luminar
5%
   
11. Canon Digital Photo Professional 5%
5%
   
 
12. SilkyPix
3%
   
12. PhotoDirector
3%
   
13. Exposure
1.5%
   
13. SIGMA Photo Pro
1.5%
   
14. LightZone
1%
   
14. PT Photo Editor
1%
   
15. Photo Ninja
0%
 
 
Total of votes: 125

 

 

 

OS Poll
conducted in July-October 2017

Which operating system do you mainly use for processing images?
 
1. Windows 10
52%
   
2. Windows 7 
25%
   
3. macOS 10.12 Sierra 
10%
   
 
4. Windows 8 
4%
   
5. Windows XP 
3%
   
6. OS X 10.11 El Capitan 
2.5%
   
 
7. MacOS X 10.6 Snow Leopard 
1%
   
7. Linux 
1%
   
8. Windows Vista 
0.5%
   
8. OS X 10.10 Yosemite 
0.5%
   
9. OS X 10.9 Mavericks  
0.25%
   
9. Other
0.25%
   
 
Total of votes: 399

 

 

 

Plugin Sales Poll
conducted in June/July 2017

From which companies have you purchased a Photoshop plugin (or its upgrade) during the last two years?
 
1. Topaz Labs
53%
   
2. ON1 Software
38%
   
3. The Plugin Site
27%
   
4. DxO Labs
24%
   
 
5. Other
19%
   
6. Corel
17%
   
7. HDRSoft (Photomatix)
15%
   
8. FilterForge
14%
   
8. Portrait Professional
14%
   
9. Athentech
13.5%
   
10. Flaming Pear
12.5%
   
11. Akvis
12%
   
11. Alienskin
12%
   
12. Neat Image / ABSoft
11%
   
 
13. Auto FX
9%
   
14. Redfield Plugins
8%
   
15. Imagenomic
5%
   
15. Tiffen
5%
   
17. FocusMagic
3%
   
18. Human Software
2.5%
   
18. Photodonut/Postworkshop
2.5%
   
20. AV Bros
2%
   
 
Cybia 0.8%, Digital Anarchy 0.8%, DFT (Digital Film Tools) 0.8%, Fred Miranda 0.8%, GraphicXtras 0.8%, Mehdi Plugins 0.8%, PixelGenius 0.8%, Richard Rosenman 0.8%
 
Total of votes: 389

 

 

 

Plugin Company Poll
conducted in March - May 2017

Photoshop plugins of which companies do you regularly use?
 
1. Topaz Labs
55%
   
2. Google/nik
47%
   
3. The Plugin Site
38%
   
4. ON1
34%
   
 
5. Alienskin
22%
   
5. Flaming Pear
22%
   
6. Other
19%
   
7. DxO Labs
18%
   
7. FilterForge
18%
   
8. HDR Soft/Photomatix
15%
   
9. AutoFX
14%
   
9. Imagenomic
14%
   
10. Redfield Plugins
13%
   
11. Mehdi Plugins
12%
   
12. Portrait Professional
11.4%
   
13. Akvis
10.8%
   
 
14. Corel
8%
   
14. Richard Rosenman
8%
   
15. Xero Graphics
7.6%
   
16. ABSoft/Neat Image
7%
   
17. Lucis Art
6.5%
   
18. Van Der Lee
6%
   
 
19. Andromeda 5%, 19. Tiffen 5%, 19. ICNet/Filters Unlimited 5%, 20. Cybia 4%, 21. PixelGenius 3%, 22. AVBros 2.7%, 22. PTLens/EPaperPress 2.7%, 24. Fred Miranda 2.2%
 
Total of votes: 800

 

 

 

Web Site Poll
conducted in January/Ferbruary 2017

How do you like the new look of The Plugin Site?
 
1. I totally love the new look.
59%
   
 
2. The new design is much better, but still needs some work.
10%
   
2. It is OK and have nothing to complain.
10%
   
3. It looks fine, but I still need to get used to it.
8%
   
3. I do not like it at all and miss the old look of The Plugin Site.
8%
   
 
4. The new site looks much better, but it loads slower.
2%
   
5. The old design was better, because it was more responsive.
1%
   
 
Total of votes: 96

 

 

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