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    ProPhoto DPX workflow on vimeo

    Hey guys,

    I did this video a while back for another forum, just thought it might bring tips for others as well, so here goes.

    I'm doing basic retouch operations for a photo and creating a sort of retro/painting out of it. I'm using a ProPhoto profile that's customized with a steep sigmoid curve, simulating a DPX profile. This gives a lot of headroom in the dark as well as high tones (you can crank up levels and it won't clip the over-exposed tones - same with the dark levels).

    Enjoy!

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    Re: A look into my workflow

    Nice effect. Where did you get all your bokeh and texture libraries? Did you take them yourself? purchase? download for free?

    Thanks,
    Amy

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    • #3
      Re: A look into my workflow

      I couldn't hear any sounds and couldn't see the menus, the fonts were too small. So I couldn't follow what you were doing. But I think you did a great job creating the final product.

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        Re: A look into my workflow

        By the way, do you make your ProPhoto PDX profile available? I'd like to try that technique, looks very interesting! Saw a description of it on your blog just now.

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        • #5
          Re: A look into my workflow

          @Siciliana:

          The textures are freely available on my deviantART page: http://loadus.deviantart.com/gallery/23580195


          @RobertAsh:

          Watch the video in HD, that way you'll see the menu's. And, sadly, there is no sound/commentary, this was originally just a recording of the workflow and not meant as a tutorial but I've had a few people commenting on how the video helped them to edit other pictures as well.

          The profile is available at http://loadusfx.net/dc/ProPhoto DPX.icm

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          • #6
            Re: A look into my workflow

            Thanks for sharing!

            Amy

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