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Re: [PanoToolsNG] HDR for dummies -

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  • Pat Swovelin
    ... In HDR_for_Dummies2 there are 2 opacity changes and you re referring to the 2nd one, right? ... When you talk about full strength you mean the 75%
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 29, 2007
      jook360 wrote:
      > As a quick "works all the time" adjustment, bring the opacity of that
      > layer down to 33%.

      In HDR_for_Dummies2 there are 2 opacity changes and you're referring to
      the 2nd one, right?

      > Full strength is best only for dark, low key scenes that need
      > brightening without increasing contrast.

      When you talk about "full strength" you mean the 75% opacity of the 2nd
      opacity change, or do I have an old copy of HDR_for_Dummies2?

      > Best,
      > Jook
      > On Jan 29, 2007, at 8:40 AM, Bruce Anderson wrote:
      >> I wonder if anyone would be able to share info on the best/correct
      >> usage
      >> for the two brighten shadows actions also included in Jook's HDR for
      >> Dummies. I have tried applying them on the contrast correction layer
      >> after "blend", also on the highlight layer, and also when they are
      >> merged. But neither of these three method produces a brightened
      >> shadows
      >> without the expense of mashing it all out again. Can someone point me
      >> in the right direction?
      >> I'm finding that Jook Leung's HDR for Dummies is working well as a
      >> quick
      >> solution for certain cases, and I feel it may be great when I
      >> improve my
      >> tweaking of it. With limited Photoshop experience though I'm learning
      >> as I go.
      >> cheers
      >> Bruce Anderson
      > jook360
      > jook360@...

      Pat Swovelin
      Cool Guy @ Large
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