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Processing HDR using Lightroom and Photoshop @ Weeder

Processing HDR using Lightroom and Photoshop @ Weeder | Image Effects, Filters, Masks and Other Image Processing Methods | Scoop.it

High Dynamic Range photography—to make some of my images. I do

my best to keep the processing as minimal as possible, without “nuking” or over-saturating the end result. It can be easy to be heavy-handed with HDR processing, so in this article I wanted to share my process and what I do to make my photographs look their best.

Kitty Fisher's insight:

HDR images where it will involve will power to simply bring out the best in an image...and that means not over saturating it to pixels. Using Photoshop and Lightroom to bring out the natural essence that you saw with you own eye, brought to the image.

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How to Add an Opacity Slider to Lightroom Develop Presets with The Fader Plug-In - Digital Photography School

How to Add an Opacity Slider to Lightroom Develop Presets with The Fader Plug-In - Digital Photography School | Image Effects, Filters, Masks and Other Image Processing Methods | Scoop.it
For me, one of the biggest advantages of Lightroom over Photoshop is the ability to use Develop Presets on your images.

You can create several virtual copies of an image and use different Develop Presets to see how they come out. Doing so uses virtually no extra hard drive space as the changes are stored in the Lightroom Catalog in the form of text commands.

Kitty Fisher's insight:

The Fader plug-in is the best bet you could hope for. When you need an Opacity Slider without leaving the LIghtroom program, you will need this program. Read further on in the article to see how you can make the transition simplier.

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