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Re: Buskers and vagabonds


Something along the lines of that (excellent) last one - I suspect it is similar to the formula that I use.

SEP2 is very intuitive - you can use the defaults and presets, selectively adjust from the start point of the default or the presets using variously control points and sliders, or setup your own presets. Working in layers you can also delete layers off if you don't like them, or alternatively you can reduce the opacity of the layer in PS.

It is completely non-destructive when used properly.
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eternumviti wrote:

Something along the lines of that (excellent) last one - I suspect it is similar to the formula that I use.

SEP2 is very intuitive - you can use the defaults and presets, selectively adjust from the start point of the default or the presets using variously control points and sliders, or setup your own presets. Working in layers you can also delete layers off if you don't like them, or alternatively you can reduce the opacity of the layer in PS.

It is completely non-destructive when used properly.



thanks Toby yes Im seeing this

When you refer to layers you only meanin Ps right -theres no layers in SEP itself are there?

Oe think I would like to see either in SEP or in LR is the ability to compare versins side by side, I know you can sort of do that in LR by working on one next to the original, but it'd be great to be able to look at two different versions next to each other in the same window , to decide before committing (or can you?)



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Not sure about SEP & LR. I did run it in LR once, and it merged all the layers, not good at all.

If you use it in PS, each time you open/run and save SEP, it creates a new layer. You can do this as many times as you like (memory permitting) working on different parts of the image and building tonal contrast.

You can also run SEP in PS as a smart filter, but you will need to ask Ian about that.
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Not sure about SEP & LR. I did run it in LR once, and it merged all the layers, not good at all.

If you use it in PS, each time you open/run and save SEP, it creates a new layer. You can do this as many times as you like (memory permitting) working on different parts of the image and building tonal contrast.

You can also run SEP in PS as a smart filter, but you will need to ask Ian about that.




ah yes OK that it how I thought it worked

yes not sure what LR always does with images myself!


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