Exposure Software tests products with all new host program versions. Apple macOS Catalina includes a security update that may affect how your software works.
These products have been updated and work well with macOS Catalina.
- Exposure X4 and newer
- Blow Up 3
- Snap Art 4
- Eye Candy 7
If you have trouble with any of these products, download and reinstall your product version.
These product versions are no longer supported with Catalina, but can work using the security bypass shown below.
- Exposure X, X2, and X3 as Photoshop Plug-in (Photoshop 2020 requires custom installation)
- Exposure X, X2, and X3 as Lightroom External Editor
- Exposure X3 and earlier in standalone mode
- Exposure 7 and earlier installers
- Blow Up 2 and earlier
- Snap Art 3 and earlier
- Eye Candy 6 and earlier
A security change in macOS Catalina prevents these versions from accessing your files. These versions were discontinued before Catalina was introduced and are no longer being developed.
If you own one of these versions there are two options:
- Upgrade to the current program version.
- Do not upgrade to macOS Catalina.
Some older products will show a warning the first time they run after updating to Catalina. Catalina added authorization requirements that were not included in these older versions. Use these steps to bypass the warning.
- Open System Preferences, choose the Security & Privacy option and select the General tab.
- Leave the settings window open in the background.
- Run Exposure.
- When you get the warning, go back to the Security & Privacy dialog. You should see an option for Run Anyway. Click it to proceed.
- You may need to quit out of the original dialog and launch Exposure again but it should work the next time.