Dina Douglass Wedding Photography

(Basic adjustments and vignette applied)

“Exposure’s presets are very high end, and are editable. The vignette panel is the best, and the inclusion of Bokeh is fantastic.”

— TONY SWEET

Landscape Photography

Exposure has the creativity, simplicity, and flexibility that photographers need to create beautiful landscape photos.

Creativity

Hundreds of creative presets emulate iconic film, and bring a range of moods to your landscape photography. The rich saturation and strong contrast of Fuji Velvia makes your images pop, while Kodak Portra yields softer, more natural colors. Transport viewers back in time with Exposure’s antique Daguerreotype looks, or select Ilford Delta for unmatched, modern B&W conversions.

Exposure’s creativity goes far beyond film emulation. You can customize each look with a full suite of advanced editing tools. Apply eye-catching tilt-shift effects using creative focus. Create authentic-looking film grain using Exposure’s painstakingly engineered grain tools. Use spot healing and brushing to clone, heal, stack layers, dodge/burn, and more.

Simplicity

Exposure’s intuitive design keeps you in the creative zone, not struggling with unnecessarily complexity. There are no complicated catalogs or imports — simply navigate to your images and begin editing. All tools are visible on screen, not hidden in submenus or different user modules.

Flexibility

Exposure helps you master your workflow. Cull your photos using filtering tools like stars, flags, and color labels. Quickly search your library with key terms such as camera make/model, ISO, lens type, or f-stop. You can batch edit, rename, and export. You can also create custom presets for many editing and organizing tasks; applying these ‘go-to’ settings with a single click increases your efficiency. A customizable user interface includes both full-screen preview and secondary monitor support.

Speed is an invisible but crucial ingredient in Exposure’s effectiveness. It quickly loads large RAW files and responsively updates as you edit. And it offers numerous shortcut keys so you can work quickly.

Exposure’s many additional features make your life easier, and include:

  • Non-destructive editing that never alters your original images
  • Capture time adjustments to shift timestamps
  • Support for a wide variety of file types (RAW, TIFF, JPEG, PSD), DSLR and mirrorless cameras, and lenses
  • Ability to work as a creative editing plug-in with Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

Tony Sweet

Tony Sweet Landscape Photography

Photo © J. Barclay

Acclaimed photographer, instructor, and Nikon “Legend Behind the Lens” Tony Sweet is one of the world’s leading landscape and flower photographers. His work is represented by Getty Images, and he has published numerous books on landscape photography and photo editing. He maintains an active schedule as a photographer and instructor, and his Visual Artistry Workshops offer landscape photographers the opportunity to work closely alongside him and others in a variety of gorgeous locations. Tony has been using Exposure since day one of its release.

What role does Exposure play in your creative editing process?

Exposure is an extremely useful program, which has some of my favorite features in my workflow.

Aside from general processing, all of the presets are useful and very high end, and are editable. So, if I find one that is in the ballpark, I’ll start with that one and then edit to taste in the editing panels.

The Vignette panel is the best, and the inclusion of Bokeh is fantastic.  It’s easy to add to an image without having to open a different application.

I also add my own textures in the texture panel, which keeps me in Exposure without jumping back for forth between applications.

To learn see more of Tony’s work and learn about his workshops, visit his website.

Tony Sweet Landscape Photography

(Basic adjustments / Color Film Vintage preset)

Tony Sweet Landscape Photography

(Basic adjustments and sharpened)

Tony Sweet Landscape Photography

(Basic adjustments and sharpened)

Tony Sweet Landscape Photography

(B&W Films – Vintage / Border)

Come see how much simpler digital photography can be.

Exposure X2 Bundle

  • Exposure X2 non-destructive RAW Photo Editor
  • Integrated Snap Art Natural Media
  • Integrated Blow Up High-quality Photo Enlargement
  • Exposure X2, Snap Art, and Blow Up Plug-ins for Lightroom and Photoshop
  • Fast Technical Support

Exposure X2

  • Exposure X2 non-destructive RAW Photo Editor
  • Exposure X2 Plug-in for Lightroom and Photoshop
  • Fast Technical Support

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