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Poll: What Photo Software do you use most?6397

advancedhdr private msg quote post Address this user
I have been using a few different photo editing software programs from Aurora HDR to Picasa to iPhoto even!

I am curious what others are using for **General Realestate Photo Editing** from a DSLR or Matterport camera to:

1. Adjust and crop
2. HDR stacking or single HDR
3. Virtual Twilight

Which has the best work flow? Ease of use?

Thanks!
Matt
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I've been using Lightroom, Photoshop and Aurora HDR, but can generally do everything I want with the first two items. I haven't tried virtual twilight yet, but plan on giving it a go!
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Richierichks private msg quote post Address this user
I use Lightroom and Photoshop. I used Photoshop to do this "Virtual Twilight", which is my first attempt. Let me know what you think!

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eggardner private msg quote post Address this user
That is more than decent - nice job! I was looking at a tutorial on this last night. I'll have to give it a go!
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advancedhdr private msg quote post Address this user
OMG.. Thats amazing!
Thats the sexiest house I have seen in awhile!

Many steps for twilight? Sorry, its just such a speciality feature there is not much out there.
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Thanks guys! Yes, to do one to that extent is fairly time consuming if you want it to be really right. You have to select all of the window panes while leaving the dividers when you are masking in the artificial yellow "light" in the windows. I spent a fair amount of time painting the landscape and exterior lighting too.

Since then I have found some Photoshop brushes that have exterior lighting patterns that would make it more consistent and faster.
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Richierichks - you've inspired me to start working on my Photoshop manipulation skills. Not in your league yet, but I'll keep working on it.


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eggardner private msg quote post Address this user
Post Lightroom
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advancedhdr private msg quote post Address this user
eggardner.. NICE!
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Thanks, HDR! Still working on it and plan on being able to almost perfect it by the end of the weekend!


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Richierichks private msg quote post Address this user
@eggardner Very Nice!
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ron0987 private msg quote post Address this user
Where is the twilight mask in Photoshop or Lightroom I can't find it, thank you in advance.

Ron
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ElleHarper private msg quote post Address this user
I highly suggest PhotoViewerPro as the best photo editing software. It makes editing a lot easier and it gives you a wide array of tools to make your photos eye-catchy and more enhanced. It is definitely a two thumbs up!
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Originally Posted by ron0987
Where is the twilight mask in Photoshop or Lightroom I can't find it, thank you in advance.

Ron


Is there such a thing? It would be nice!
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ElleHarper private msg quote post Address this user
But also often I use Photoshop to create similar things http://fixthephoto.com/blog/retouch-tips/photo-manipulation-photoshop.html
What about you?
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I found the "Tornado Mask" in Photoshop today! LOL Did a sky replacement in a client photo today and I guess my ADD kicked in and I decided to see what it would look like with at Tornado behind it.
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Photoshop exclusively. Photomatix for HDR (exclusively). For twilight, I shoot at twilight.
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