Topaz Detail v2

This is a discussion on Topaz Detail v2 within the Post-Processing forums, part of the Photography Tips category; Topaz Labs isn't for everyone, but you can do some very creative things with it, including sharpening. I'm a huge fan of Topaz as it ...


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    Topaz Labs isn't for everyone, but you can do some very creative things with it, including sharpening.

    I'm a huge fan of Topaz as it works nicely with Photoshop 7 and PSE 5. --- I know, I need to upgrade right?

    But right now I'm getting along with these programs and learning all I can.

    Here is a review on Topaz Detail v2 at my Blog

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    It shows the interface used and samples as well as links to Topaz Labs.

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    Thanks for the info.

    I'm also a big fan of Topaz products. I've been using Adjust for a few months and really like it. I recently purchased Detail but haven't had a lot of time yet to play around with it.
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    You are welcome!
    *I believe in God, only I spell it Nature. ~Frank Lloyd Wright, quoted, 14 August 1966*

    Assorted cameras.
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    Nikon D40
    Olympus E-420


    My Flickr

    Mulewings~My Blog
    Val

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    thanks for the review, but for some images, like the horses one, I like the originals better. It's a very nice software though. I was looking over some of their examples and they look really crisp.

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    http://www.topazlabs.com/detail/


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