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Jan 06, 2012 17:34 |  #31

They let Victor evaluate it? Uh oh. That dude will make everyone think they can make a masterpiece.

The dude is wicked-talented.

I think I'll check this stuff out.


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Jan 06, 2012 18:11 |  #32

MikeFairbanks wrote in post #13659613 (external link)
They let Victor evaluate it? Uh oh. That dude will make everyone think they can make a masterpiece.

The dude is wicked-talented.

I think I'll check this stuff out.

And the app will forever be associated with gas masks! ;) :lol:

They might as well go ahead a design a new product logo now with a mask in it!


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Jan 06, 2012 19:42 |  #33

vmlopes wrote in post #13657869 (external link)
The key will be in the form of a file, with instructions where to install it ;)

Thanks i got the key and got it running the way it's suppose to so now to just do some proper imaging ;) .




  
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Jan 06, 2012 19:53 |  #34

Here my original image and one processed in Mahinery 2.0. Compared to Topaz Machinery
2.0 allows for a finer touch.

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Jan 06, 2012 20:00 |  #35

WOW , is that a single or triple image exposure ? What a difference and a great looking image !




  
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Jan 06, 2012 20:04 |  #36

if thats a single photo I will purchase the key asap.




  
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Jan 06, 2012 21:04 |  #37

The typewriter was done from a single image.


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Jan 06, 2012 21:15 |  #38

Looks great!


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Jan 06, 2012 21:18 |  #39

Here another one. The processed image may have been taken a bit to far, but the details, glare and shadows that were brought out really shine. I am extremely happy with the software, ease of use and end result is excellent.


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Jan 06, 2012 21:30 |  #40

Sheesh, that's impressive. Typical German engineering. They make good stuff.


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Jan 06, 2012 22:01 as a reply to  @ MikeFairbanks's post |  #41

Is that a whole bunch of grain in the fender?


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Jan 06, 2012 23:03 |  #42

Damn! That is a great piece of software and the results are amazing. I love how they give you sample projects of the images they show on the website so you can see the original and tweaked image. You can play around with the images yourself as well!

The software installed with incident and better yet, it worked! No hiccups, no program crashes or any other problems. And the processing is pretty fast too.

Definitely on my must have list, but will have to wait a couple of weeks.

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Jan 06, 2012 23:16 |  #43

It's not grain in the fender. That is the actual look of the graphics when the software brings it out. If you look at the original image you can see the graphics are like an overspray (ghost type). The software brings out the detail and sharpness of the area.


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Jan 07, 2012 00:40 |  #44

Looking forward to Victors review and comparison with Photomatix.
Gave the trial a quick go and must say it works very nicely with pleasing results. I like the large number of presets.
I also like the explorer part and being able work with raw files (with previews).


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Jan 07, 2012 02:49 |  #45

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