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Old 04-07-2008, 10:45 AM
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Tutorial (link): LucisArt Lucis Art Deborah Ferro

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Old 08-05-2008, 10:22 AM
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Re: Tutorial (link): LucisArt Lucis Art Deborah Fe

Danny I have just joined Retouch Pro today and am wondering how to join your group?
I am ineterested in Lucis Art and have the 30 day free demo, but am on the edge of purchasing. Any thoughts or advice?
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Old 08-05-2008, 10:48 AM
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Re: Tutorial (link): LucisArt Lucis Art Deborah Fe

Hi Sunbeam...

Welcome aboard. No further action required. "You're in" and welcome to participate in any/all threads, challenges, etc. Retouch Pro-wide.

re: LucisArt
It's kind of a love it/hate it plugin. Most people use only two of the built-in effects, thus it becomes kind of a spendy plugin for what you get. It does render a very unique effect that many have attempted to duplicate w/o full success IMO. On the right image, the effect is stunning. I did not find it useful enough/often enough on the work I do, so I ended up selling my copy, but that's just me.

I'd definitely do the 30-day trial thing and experiment a lot. Only you can judge its value for the work you do.

Hope that .02 helps...
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Re: Tutorial (link): LucisArt Lucis Art Deborah Fe

Danny, thanks for the info. I would probably use it quite a bit. I have been researching HDR too and just bought Photomatix Pro, so am cash poor!
Thanks again!
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