Looks like the same group as before. No problem. Gotta figure out how to do dropbox! My favorite by far for usefulness of skin adjustments from this group is: When you play with this one, an important thing to notice is how the Detail Extractor Percentage reacts with the Effect Radius. Have fun! To download the zip files at least on WIndows just copy and paste the URL that gave into your browser address bar. That should download the zip file to your computer.
Originally posted 83 months ago. My bad! I meant -- I soon need to figure out how to set up a dropbox so I can share recipes. It's functionally the same, I think.
I've got to format. All or just favs? One time, short time, or long term. By themselves? With examples? Connected to a blog? Generic or specifically for a certain picture type. I hate decisions like this! I usually keep my editing very basic and I've just used one of the custom recipes which come with Efex 4 for the very first time, hadn't even looked at them before hence my question re the recipes posted on here another question, sorry to hijack thread, sometimes when I flatten the file after applying the edit I've done in Nik huge blocks of the photos are blank white spaces.
I generally have to close the file and start again and if it persists I have to shut down photoshop then start again I'm using a legit copy of CS5 and my Nik software is also legit, since I'm a fulltime photography student I make use of my student discount to buy the Academic versions. The pc is about three years old and has 4gb of RAM, which seemed a lot when I bought it but now seems nowhere near enough.
Unfortunately it's a single slot so any upgrading is going to have to be done during summer holidays when I don't have deadlines any help very much appreciated 83 months ago permalink rebel memory [deleted] says: I have the same 4G limit on my mobo. Makes a visible difference. Don't know about your blank white spaces. I can only guess you put them there somehow. Just find a picture you want to work with, click on each recipe in turn to see what it does. If you like one, fine tune it if desired and save the filter set with a recipe name you'll remember.
Looks like the same group as before. No problem. Gotta figure out how to do dropbox! My favorite by far for usefulness of skin adjustments from this group is: When you play with this one, an important thing to notice is how the Detail Extractor Percentage reacts with the Effect Radius. Have fun!