Exposure Review brought to you by Shutterbug.com

By | April 15th, 2011|Exposure, Reviews|1 Comment

George Schaub’s Exposure review was just spotted over on Shutterbug.com. An interesting point he makes is about tailoring presets for his own palate. Customizing can be easily overshadowed by the hundreds of presets in Exposure. But it’s one of the many reasons to dig in deeper and see what you can come up with.

This is an example image used to show some presets.

This uses Exposure's Technicolor 2-strip preset.

Here's Technicolor with some added cyan.

 

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One Comment

  1. Susan Easley August 17, 2011 at 11:11 am

    I just purchased Exposure 3 the other day. I now use it at least a little bit (and usually lots) for nearly all the photos I’ve taken recently (it’s fabulous for wedding photos! And new baby photos! And…). And those photos I take that are just not quite right? So many fixes in Exposure! I’ve gotten comments about how my customers like THOSE photos even better (“WOW, how artsy!”). Best way to get rid of unnecessary background clutter (without spending a lot of never-ending time clone-stamping) is the soft vignette, focusing on just the region you want to highlight. Oh, joy! (and thanks to Jim White, for helping me to install it when I was too dense to figure out the simple instructions).

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