RFC (bundled Silkypix) Still Works Better Than Capture One and ACR

Started Jan 16, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: RFC (bundled Silkypix) Still Works Better Than Capture One and ACR
In reply to sgoldswo, Jan 16, 2013

sgoldswo wrote:

pkincy wrote:

I ran into an identical problem with CP1 v7.0.2 today. Had a wooded scene with the sun on the front of a cabin and I had overexposed the sunlit porch. Couldn't for the life of me find a slider to tone down the highlights anywhere in Capture One. Maybe its there. I will keep looking tomorrow.

In those simple instances, LR begins to look much more like an old friend.

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It's the highlights slider on the exposure tab. It does an excellent job.

Indeed it does. For me, highlight and shadow recovery are the prime reasons why I process some of my RAW files. Now having said that, it all comes down to Levels and Curves. Curves is at the heart of any of these tonal adjustments, so one could argue that, if one were proficient with Curves, one could do all of it and wouldn't have to choose one program over another.

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