Redoing the image with other settings


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Redoing the image with other settings

Once you've developed a look with Photomatix, you might want to try something else. Maybe it's because you're feeling experimental. Or, sometimes I find with HDR, I push it really far, maybe a little bit too far. And then I decide to go back and back it off a bit. Or, maybe it's the opposite problem. You're really conservative, but you know your client might like a little more saturated look, or something with higher contrast. Well the good news is, is you don't have to start all over again. Photomatix makes this quite simple. Let's go ahead and fit this to the default size, and you'll notice 2 important options.

One option is the ability to do a double tone map. So, clicking this, is going to send the image back in, in its current state, and let you apply a tone map a second time. Now, that's fine. I'm just going to close that for a second. And, instead of double-processing the image, I just want to redo it with additional settings. So clicking redo sends it back...

Redoing the image with other settings
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Redoing the image with other settings provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Up and Running with Photomatix Pro

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Photography
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