This article features a photograph of a squirrel at ISO-16000. The RAW file was processed using both DxO PhotoLab 4 DeepPRIME and Topaz Denoise AI.
Most of us have had situations where we’ve captured an interesting set of action images but the exposure of the series was less than ideal. This article features a set of surfing images and discusses working with a surfer wiping out in post. Continue reading Working with a Surfer Wiping Out in Post
Post processing can be an intimidating adventure for a lot of folks who are used to shooting jpegs. This article shows a range of ‘single click’ presets that are available in OpticsPro 11 to demonstrate the effect that they can have on an image. I assume that other photographic software also includes some standard presets. Continue reading OpticsPro 11 Presets with Landscape Images
Late March can be dull, dreary and boring in Southern Ontario. So, I grabbed one of my cameras and headed out to grab a few quick bird images at Grimsby harbour. Continue reading A few quick comparisons of bird images
An area of photography that tends to generate a lot of debate is post processing software. Some discussions can get highly emotional and hair splitting is often part of that dialogue. Continue reading Many paths to the same destination
I thought some readers make like to see a few before and after images that were adjusted with perspective control software. Continue reading Before and after images with perspective control software
Everyone has their own approach when they work with various software programs to do post processing of their RAW files. I don’t think there is a ‘right way’ or a ‘wrong way’ to process files. The process is one of individual choice based on the vision of the photographer.
Working with festive light images in post can sometimes be a fun exercise! This article shares some of the things that I did with some images featured in a recent article. Continue reading Working with festive light images in post
For many photographers the use of software programs like Topaz to apply an ‘art treatment’ to a photographic image is akin to heresy. Continue reading Examples of Flower Photo Art
As a follow up to my recent article Images of Bryce Canyon National Park, this piece shares some thoughts about using the new DxO ClearView function when processing images of animals. Continue reading Using DxO ClearView with Animal Images