Which version is best?

Started Oct 23, 2011 | Discussions thread
PaoloB Forum Member • Posts: 80
Re: Thank you all for stopping in

A Guy Platt wrote:

I normally do a very neutral conversion and then adjust highlights, but I felt like playing with Alien Skin Exposure 3 which has hundreds and hundreds of presets.

It's easy to get carried away with them. I think I'll go back to my normal style.


The first one is the best in my opinion for the superior overall detail and tonal range.

I find Exposure a good tool, it's very useful in order to have a good starting point for the final results you're looking for. I check various film conversion, choose the one I like more and then adjust it with the Exposure settings. After that, I do some fine tuning in CS 5. But generally I don't like to overprocess the images.

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