So many procs, and some cool scripts too, but only one lifetime to learn them all.
Some ones that at first sight are counter intuitive. Well, if any proc is counter intuitive it would have to be noise generator. Who wants to generate noise? Well, I took some time to watch Adam Block's video on it; and not that I understand its use, there does appear to be some circumstances where it might be of use, for example, if you went too far in noise reduction and you end up with that soft cloudy look. Well, when that happens to me I just back up a few steps or tone down the MLT.
But does anyone here turn to noise generator on an even irregular basis?
And Image containers: Interstingly I have been using PI for more than a year now and I never used them. It seems to me one of those proccs we could live without but might make things more seamless at times.
Another insteresting one I came across is rescale. I do not know that much about it, but I am wondering whether one could use it to combine various masters from differnt optical systems. For example if I imaged one target LR with my larger refractor, and GB with my smaller one. Perhaps rescale could scale the masters together.
edit, or could rescale be used just to make the geometry of different masters equivalent?
oh and another one I am wanting to learn, that I am sure most here know how to use, is defect map. Sadly, the Keller book does not devote any pages to it except in a brief reference. I believe it is a simplified version of CC and no more.
And how about digitial development.? I mean, it sounds cool. but I know nothing about it.
Edited by Ballyhoo, 08 August 2020 - 12:39 PM.