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| Re: Found a gem of a location in Tennessee yesterday |
Jim - after I make my Camera Raw settings and then click \"Done\", then with all seven frames selected, I go to the Tools/Photoshop menu item in CS6 Bridge and one of the options is to place all the selected frames into Photoshop. I have learned a little about how to manipulate that part once the frames are in PS, but I cannot assure anyone I fully know what I am doing. Typically, I take the normal exposure and place it first, then the + exposure followed by the - exposures. By highlighting the normal exposure in the layers panel and playing with the opacity setting, I can adjust through a range of tones. That is about as far as I am going with it now.
I want to take these shots and work on some masking and see what I get then. I think that will give me more control over the dynamic range in parts of the scene. : )