I've been using Poser since 2004 and more recently DAZ Studio. I now use Octane Render for my scene creation and do very little photoshop manipulation unless play with filters, which are kinda fun.
Your comments and constructive crits are very welcome on any image in my gallery. I appreciate the time you take to make these comments.
When I see work as great as this, I know and fear it has been created with DAZ. I struggle with Poser, and have been for more years than I care to remember, or admit. I wouldn't say I am tied to it, but I have so much content for it that to switch to DAZ now, would be to throw it all away. I'm hoping Poser 12 will make up for lost ground to DAZ, but I think, as they are casting adrift compatability to earlier versions of python, I may lose compatability anyway. What made you go over to DAZ? Speaking with other users, those who did make the move, never looked back.
You create amazing work, long may it continue.
It was a natural progression really, I use Octane renderer for my images and I have the plug-in for both Poser and DAZ.
Poser content generally imports into DAZ Studio without too much effect on shaders, so the ability to have clothes that just fit automatically without all the Poser tweaking required was a no-brainer to me.
I too have tera-bytes of Poser product, but it still works in DAZ, so I don't have a problem now using DAZ Studio exclusively.
Thanks for your comments.