Today we take a look at the second half of the “made to order” HDR EFEX PRO 2 filters.
As a refresher, here is the original image:
Here is a look at the filters:
Black & White Artistic
Pale & Structured
End of the Road
Then, of course. If you want, you can play with the numerous options and come up with a creation of your own. Like so…
I am, once again, sorry for the disgusting subject of these photos, but like I wrote, tomorrow will be something fuzzy and cuddly.
We will touch base with the Nik Collection again in the near future.
THE CHRISTOPHER D. BENNETT TRIVIA QUIZ
In youth, my friends and I tried and failed to make 1 horror movie STAYIN’ ALIVE: THE SPORTING twice, an action movie (SWORN TO VENGEANCE), and another horror movie (QUIETUS). However, we did successfully finish a movie starring Jay Janson (as an androgynous ne-er-do-well), Bill Wentworth as his manservant, William McAlpine as a short tempered natural philosopher, Anders Runestad as a hen-pecked husband with a gambling addiction, Corey Faust as an omniscient narrator, and Christopher D. Bennett as a trash talking homophobe, playing a deadly game of RISK. What was the name of this nearly cult classic?
What was the unfortunate name of the “studio” that produced this film?
ANSWER: CHEESEDICK FILMS
2 thoughts on “HDR EFEX PRO 2 BETA”
I am always a little torn on presets and such like “Dramatic.” It looks very cool, and I like it in certain applications. However, here it seems to be adding elements to the photo that were not there. Which is fine, but sometimes it feels disingenuous. But, I guess, so is editing out a stray hair, etc. I don’t know that I’m explaining myself well.
I always wondered about the etymology of “Cheesedick Films.” It seemed decidedly un-Chrisesque.
Depends on what your ultimate goal is. If you are trying to create an image that is is photo-realistic, then is it is very disingenuous.
If it is just trying to make a cool looking image, you’re fine.
HDR got way too popular for too long. It seems to have comeback to earth lately.
I honestly can’t remember where the name Cheesedick came from, but it seemed to fit the movie GAMES 100 percent. Which I didn’t write. No matter what people claim.
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