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Nik HDR Efex Pro 2 vs photomatix

JASPERIMAGE 10 55 1 Scotland
3 Feb 2013 3:53PM

I do not do much with the RAW files in CS6, just clarify and enhance colour and set white balance. Then get rid of Chromatic Aberr and totally remove sharpening. I then process all 3 RAWs in Nik HDR and go for the Balanced Realistic and tad enhancement of colour again.

I the get rid of noise with Nik Dfine 2. I then play about with sharpening in CS6, even use High Pass Sharpening.


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User_Removed 6 4.6k 1 Scotland
3 Feb 2013 4:01PM
Had a look at your website, Brian - you certainly use the technique very effectively. Some great images.

Just one wee typo - the D in HDR does not stand for "Def"!!
JASPERIMAGE 10 55 1 Scotland
3 Feb 2013 4:09PM
Thanks, yep you are right there LOL. Name changed.

By way just tried my process then used Shadows/Highlights, like it, but set highlight to nil.


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