Recovering highlights from Foveon sensors

Started Apr 18, 2013 | Questions thread
PicOne
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Re: Recovering highlights from Foveon sensors
In reply to Lin Evans, Apr 20, 2013

Lin Evans wrote:

Now take the recovered image into Photoshop, select only the building front in the sun in the background and you can easily "recover" the building front with shadow/highlight. Or even better; put the two images in separate layers with the shadow recovered image on top and use the history brush to paint the recovery of the background building front.

Well.. yeah, but that's more work, and honestly wasn't so much interested in actually saving this image for anything.

Best regards,

Lin

PicOne wrote:

Yeah.. it's kinda amazing.... or it's sandbagging..

One example I've posted previously... no recovery and recovery:

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