Author Topic: Happy, no Very Happy!  (Read 1123 times)


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    • Andrew-Bede Allsop
Happy, no Very Happy!
« on: July 25, 2017, 08:45:02 pm »
I have been using DxO now for a few weeks and am getting the hang of it and am very pleased that I ditched Photoshop & Lightroom. I am able to process images and get the results that I envisaged in my mind to a far greater extent than I could in the dark ages before DxO! As an example I shot this on Saturday whilst on a "Street" photowalk, when I took it I had in my mind the idea of this guy being in a very dark place but there being light at the end of the tunnel. I know that I could not have got this previously just as I wanted it but with DxO it is spot on. The basic adjustment was to apply the film Kodak T-Max 400 and then fiddle around with other  adjustments especially Selective Tone and Contrasts.

Comments would be appreciated.
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