Royi Avital

Lives in United States Holon, AK, United States
Works as a Electrical Engineering Student
Joined on Oct 15, 2005

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  • Processing HDR Image is based on 2 main steps: (1) Combining few images with different exposure into 1 image with large Dynamic Range (Usually in 32 Bit Form).
  • Hi, Today I found this blog: Laid My Hands On This - Flo's Adobe Tutorials and Tips . There are some really nice Tutorials on Photoshop.
  • That's really a nice trick. The intuition is basic, any "Blurring" filter (Denoising is Spatially Adaptive Blurring Filter) can be used for sharpening as done in the High Pass trick. So doing it ...
  • Well, I think Multi Scale / Frequency approach for sharpening is the preferred way to do things. There are may tools to do so (Just Google Multi Scale Sharpening Photoshop ). My choice are Topaz ...
  • Processing HDR Image is based on 2 main steps: 1. Combining few images with different exposure into 1 image with large Dynamic Range (Usually in 32 Bit Form). 2. Tone Mapping this large Dynamic ...
  • Since Photoshop CC there are 2 methods. One is a shared folder, namely it works on any CC and above version of Photoshop you have. The other is specific folder which means it will work only for the ...
  • Have you tried methods of Multi Scale / Frequency Sharpening. There are many tools out there to do so and they are more flexible and generate better results than the regular (Single Scale) methods ...
  • I think the best option is to have a Plug In / Software which keeps you within the ocntext ofr Photoshop Workflow. I liked the concept of Frequency Equalizer Pro . It automates and extrends Photosh ...
  • Hello, For those who use ALCE (Advanced Local Contrast Enhancer), which a great Photoshop Plug In, please be aware of a new tool called NEXT Local Contrast Enhancer . I think ALCE's main issue was ...
  • This is lovely. Wasn't aware of this feature in Photoshop.
  • I will tell you something I don't understand. In the Image Processing world Frequency Separation is called "Multi Scale Analysis". The idea there is to work on different scales (Size of Details) of ...
  • Hi, First, there must be some interaction between the layers as they must integrate into the original image. If Photoshop had Merge Grain blend mode as in GIMP, it was easy to do. I think what you ...
  • Hi, It seems that Wow! Frequency Equalizer Pro can do exactly what you are asking. Look in their Decompose option (It's really something any image editor should see): https://vimeo.com/181511523 It ...
  • Hi, Usually in Post Processing in order to get "Depth" / "Pop" means altering enhancing Large Scale (Low Frequency) data. It creates Pseudo 3D Look. You can read about it here: http://www.knowhowtr ...
  • Hi, Usually in Post Processing in order to get "Depth" / "Pop" means altering enhancing Large Scale (Low Frequency) data. You can read about it here: http://www.knowhowtransfer.com/spatial-frequenc ...
  • Hi, Could you share how did you create this effect? Really special!
  • Greg, This is a lovely effect, how did you create it?
  • Well, It might be relevant because only Plug Ins' can (Yet not necessarily) can offer things which can be achieved using Photoshop. So maybe those plug in's can offer things beyond the others which ...
  • Have you tried all the Extensions and Plug In's out there? Some of them should be able to make a focused selection. Plug In's: (1) MASK Equalizer . (2) TK Infinity Mask .
  • All of those are Extensions, not Plug In's. The only Luminosity Masks related Plug In's out there are - TK Infinity Mask and MASK Equalizer .
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