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Isaac

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Re: DxO Optics Pro -- but what to use for selective adjustments?
« Reply #40 on: August 17, 2014, 11:57:06 am »

The presets and filters are simple and intuitive tools for performing what might be very complex processes in a program such as Photoshop. allows you to do some amazing things with relative ease.

Thanks, seems comparable to the Topaz labs stuff Bart mentioned.

I'm doing some simple things, but I don't want those simple things to be applied across all of the image -- so masking works well for my "artistic vision".


and it has cost you nothing.

Well, 2 to 3 weeks :-)
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