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Feb 14, 2018 05:40 |  #11956

Thanks vinz, to clarify I don’t have RP but have used the original


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Feb 14, 2018 06:05 |  #11957

xpfloyd wrote in post #18563411 (external link)
Alfredo, do you use Joel T’s quick mask PS panel?

Eddie, I have used it a few times. It’s a good panel but not the most intuitive. A lot of what it does can be done using Lumenzia or Raya Pro. I need to use it more to discover its true potential. I bought the panel to work on my long exposure black and white images which have been few so far.

Also - is anyone using raya pro 3? And is it much improved from the original panel?

I installed it the other night. Yes I think it’s an improvement. Still gettting used to having separate modules but they seem well organized. I like all the dodge and burn options. I don’t see the sensor spot removal feature though. I use that all the time. Jimmy has a great deal on his latest blending tutorial. $8 I think.




  
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Feb 14, 2018 06:08 |  #11958

xpfloyd wrote in post #18563440 (external link)
Thanks vinz, to clarify I don’t have RP but have used the original

Eddie, I would recommend getting RP3 if you don’t have any of the previous versions besides the free luminosity masks panel. I think RP3 complements Lumenzia nicely.




  
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Feb 14, 2018 06:12 |  #11959

My first concert shot with the a7riii, the great Al Di Meola:


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Feb 14, 2018 06:16 |  #11960

digital_AM wrote in post #18563449 (external link)
Eddie, I would recommend getting RP3 if you don’t have any of the previous versions besides the free luminosity masks panel. I think RP3 complements Lumenzia nicely.

Thanks Alfredo, I want to start trying new things on the PP side so looking at the options. I also still want to purchase Joel Ts speed workflow tutorial and try my hand at the LE B&W stuff. I’ll have a read up on lumenzia as have never looked at that before


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Feb 14, 2018 06:18 |  #11961

digital_AM wrote in post #18563449 (external link)
Eddie, I would recommend getting RP3 if you don’t have any of the previous versions besides the free luminosity masks panel. I think RP3 complements Lumenzia nicely.

I thought lumenzia and rp3 were alternative products


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Feb 14, 2018 06:28 |  #11962

ccp900 wrote in post #18563457 (external link)
I thought lumenzia and rp3 were alternative products

Yes they are both luminosity mask panels developed by different photographers. I find that Lumenzia is more efficient in terms of speed and file size when creating luminosity masks vs RP. However, RP really shines in giving you a centralized panel for features like align layers, image resizing, excellent sharpening with edge protection, extensive dodging and burning, color adjustments and other enhancements. So basically I use Lumenzia most of the time to blend my exposures and the use RP for the stylization of my images. Well that and I also use Nick Color Efex for some additional tweaks. You know the usual filters.




  
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Feb 14, 2018 07:03 |  #11963

digital_AM wrote in post #18563448 (external link)
I installed it the other night. Yes I think it’s an improvement. Still gettting used to having separate modules but they seem well organized. I like all the dodge and burn options. I don’t see the sensor spot removal feature though. I use that all the time. Jimmy has a great deal on his latest blending tutorial. $8 I think.

Do you have a link to the deal Alfredo? I had a search but couldn’t see it


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Feb 14, 2018 07:25 |  #11964

digital_AM wrote in post #18563460 (external link)
Yes they are both luminosity mask panels developed by different photographers. I find that Lumenzia is more efficient in terms of speed and file size when creating luminosity masks vs RP. However, RP really shines in giving you a centralized panel for features like align layers, image resizing, excellent sharpening with edge protection, extensive dodging and burning, color adjustments and other enhancements. So basically I use Lumenzia most of the time to blend my exposures and the use RP for the stylization of my images. Well that and I also use Nick Color Efex for some additional tweaks. You know the usual filters.

thank you!!


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Feb 14, 2018 07:27 |  #11965

xpfloyd wrote in post #18563473 (external link)
Do you have a link to the deal Alfredo? I had a search but couldn’t see it

Eddie, it’s only available if you buy RP3. Sorry about that.




  
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Feb 14, 2018 07:58 |  #11966

Randall, I tried to quote your post about the Wacom but couldn't find it. Yes definitely get one especially if you are retouching portraits. I find it invaluable for my work.




  
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Feb 14, 2018 12:59 |  #11967

xpfloyd wrote in post #18563411 (external link)
Alfredo, do you use Joel T’s quick mask PS panel?

Also - is anyone using raya pro 3? And is it much improved from the original panel?

I’ve been enjoying RP3...it was a good update.

That said, I’d like to give TK actions another go. That was the first luminosity panel I ever tried, but moved on to Raya Pro and Lumenzia after that.


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Feb 14, 2018 16:05 |  #11968

It's a cool, cloudy day today so I thought I'd make some meatloaf. I decided to photograph the ingredients to add to my recipe card. One item not shown is some thick sliced bacon that I cut into short strips and placed on the top, after I coated the top with ketchup. I love the sliced green olives in the loaf too.


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Feb 14, 2018 16:14 |  #11969

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Feb 14, 2018 18:02 |  #11970

Have you ever moved a slider in Lightroom and thought .... "oh yeah that looks better"..... only to realize you hadnt moved the slider


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