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  • Plug-In: Which plugin is this?

    This is driving me nuts. Not because I need the plugin, but simply because my aging brain refuses to remember the name of it, and that is unreasonably bothering me.

    It's a plugin for tonal adjustments, perhaps even tonemapping, that (perhaps among other features) can map the tones of one image to the tones of another image.

    I recall seeing a demo where they took a perfectly servicable but bland landscape photo and told it to use one of Adams' Yosemite pictures as its tone source.
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    Re: Which plugin is this?

    Are you possibly thinking Image/Adjustments/Match Color ?

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    • #3
      Re: Which plugin is this?

      No, this was a plugin with a GUI and many other features. It had 2 panes, target and source, and a bunch of parameter controls.
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        Re: Which plugin is this?

        sounds interesting

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        • #5
          Re: Which plugin is this?

          Doug, the ones I know with the features are: Topaz Adjust and Nik-HDR Efex Pro.

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            Re: Which plugin is this?

            Thanks, but it's neither of those. I'm starting to think maybe it was a technology preview over on John Nack's blog.
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              Re: Which plugin is this?

              I found it! I feel much better now

              http://blogs.adobe.com/jnack/2010/11...ging-tech.html
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                Re: Which plugin is this?

                Congrats Doug! That was a bit obscure but you got it.

                I had tried to help Doug and came up with DFT PhotoCopy, but of course that wasn't it.

                Speaking of preview technology, awhile back I read about some software in the works that took photos of buildings, trees or other objects and created 3D models of them for use in 3D software. Now THAT was cool! See it here. Me want!
                Last edited by plugsnpixels; 06-12-2011, 01:42 AM.

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