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Old Mar 18, 2008, 6:22 AM   #1
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My latest find is

http://www.mediachance.com/plugins/redynamix.html

http://www.mediachance.com/plugins/dceessentials.html

Wow. TheReDynamix and the DCE Tools, Essentials are user friendly to novices *ahem* and really makes me feel my photos look worthy of sharing. *suffers from low self esteem among you great photographers*

The plugins are photoshop compatible or get a stand alone and ... welp ya just gotta try it. Expecially if you're a novice wanting alittle WOW in yer photos!!!










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Old Mar 18, 2008, 3:02 PM   #2
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i use redynamix amongst other things

u gotta be real carefull with it, images look ok on your monitor but when printed at a3 they are not so good, very grainy indeed.

but if your carefull u can get some nice shots

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Thanks soo much for the information... I'll do some test printing before I buy the 8X10's I was already counting on...

Nice to meet you and thanks for your imput
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Have you used Vertus FluidMask3? I tried their trial version and fell in love with that. Wanting to purchase it but also wanting a new lens... lol decisions.. decisions..and so little uncle sam refund left .....

Anyone else tried Vertus Fluid Mask3 or own an earlier version?
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Old Mar 18, 2008, 5:28 PM   #5
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:-) just thought id share my findings with you LOL

the more aggresive the effect you want the more grainy it becomes when large,u only get a small sample of the end result and its hard to judge for that what final result will be.

its normaly the sky where it shows up most

look at the image 100% size in photoshop and move around the image as itll be bigger than your monitor can show, look carefully and transition of colour in the sky



i have fluid mask 3 but thats for totaly different editing, its for removing backgrounds etc

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yes I know.. just been wondering how others like it.

I was following their lessons somewhat with Mask3... it really seemed pretty great but very expensive. I went back to photoshop and messed with it some and now .. I'll probably settle on lens first lol before that plugin...

I'll definately follow your advice in a few on the hdr plugin... ty ty ty
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i checked both the smooth face plug in.. its awesome....

I also did check on the noise.. Its will be great for what we are using it mostly for. Websites small photos... and when I do want that special wow i'll make sure to double check a part before I actual order 8X10 size... definately thanks for the Heads Up ....

having fun with program.. it really does alot for shadow limbs and wood. makes em pop~
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If you are looking for HDR software, I strongly recommend Photomatrix.

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