Adobe Photoshop CS6 extended
Announced Apr 25, 2012 •
Professional Image Editor | Standalone application
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Lately, I've had a few shots taken with my E-M5 from which I have been unable to achieve the results I want using Lightroom CC. Either I can't get smooth tonal gradations, or I can't get the contrast and detail I want without colours looking false. I am trying to determine if this is a weakness with the E-M5 RAW files, LR, or just my editing skills. Or perhaps I am expecting too much. I have used LR since it came out, but only occasionally use Photoshop. I have tried DXO OP, Raw Therapee and...
Hello folks, Which of the following software programs are best for noise reduction or can you provide a better alternative? Adobe Lightroom CC DXO Optics Pro 10 Adobe Photoshop CC Topaz DeNoise Would the in-camera noise reduction setting on my Canon 7D Mark II be any use or just leave it off and correct in post?
I have been shooting bars/club, live venue and live band events around town. I have been asked many times if I shoot greenscreen. At this point I do not, but looking into, it looks like something I could get into. The setup would be to set up the greenscreen in the corner of the bar/club and during band breaks, take photos of the band/patrons, etc.. and during the band play time, I could process and deliver the photos. My question is, although this is a first for me, and I am on a budget,...
By: gbarrett03 (Nov 10, 2013)
Posted to: Open Talk
Hello,I am attempting to understand the correlation between image pixel brightness and the camera exposure settings. For example my understanding is that a difference of 1 f stop in camera settings either doubles or halves the amount of light admitted during a photo. However when comparing the two images in Photoshop's histogram the mean luminance does not change by half or double and the differences appears to vary between different bracketed photo sets. Is there a formula for predicting the...
I have several shots of theater performers that have been shot under stage lighting (they contain a lot of red, blues and purple). When converting them from RGB to CMYK, a lot of color clipping occurs, where the color drops out and becomes extremely washed out. Does anyone have an tips or tricks for handling color correcting these photos in PhotoShop?
By: Marijnvdzaag (Dec 3, 2012)
Asking this question in one sentence is pretty hard, which is why the topic name may be confusing. I'll elaborate:I usually take raw and jpg at the same time, and when I view them in Fastone Image Viewer they both look exactly the same. Now when I open the raw in Adobe Camera Raw, I am unable to reproduce the camera-made jpg. If I reset to default settings it still produces an image very different from the jgp. Is there a way to use the same settings in ACR that were used by the camera to...
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