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Taff
 Taff
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22/06/2020 9:41 am  

One of the things I like to do after doing my blending in Raya, is a curves adjustment, then opening the image in Photoshop's RAW filter.

This is mainly for colour adjustment, but I will use other sliders if the mood takes.

I don't suppose this is in any way "wrong", but what to people think of doing things this way? Should I not need to?


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Maria
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22/06/2020 8:42 pm  

Hi Taff, I personally don't think there is a specific preset workflow that everyone has to follow, although blending probably should come first before applying other filters, but to be honest, I'm not sure I understood correctly your workflow.  What do you mean by "opening the image in Photoshop's RAW filter"?

Maria


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Grant Swinbourne
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23/06/2020 1:53 am  

I don't think there is a wrong way necessarily, just different ways of achieving outcomes.  I tend to do very little raw adjustment, other than White Balance and maybe some Texture/Clarity/Defog to bring out some details.  Then I work on blends, contrast and colour adjustments in RP/Photoshop.

I always say do what works for you, but be open to experimenting when some other way presents itself.

 


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Taff
 Taff
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23/06/2020 10:54 am  
Posted by: @mariad

Hi Taff, I personally don't think there is a specific preset workflow that everyone has to follow, although blending probably should come first before applying other filters, but to be honest, I'm not sure I understood correctly your workflow.  What do you mean by "opening the image in Photoshop's RAW filter"?

When I've finished the blending, and done my curves, I open the image in the "RAW filter" option available in the filters menu on  the layers screen.

See attached.


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