E-p2 crossprocess and photoshop

kråkvinkel

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Hi!

I recently took a picture with the artfilter on which came out really good. Since I always shoot RAW I got a DNG copy aswell, but now I would like like to duplicate the crossprocess effect with the RAW file. Anyone got some good tips? I need a good photoshop recipe, if anyone figured it out! Got CS4.

Kind regards

Kråkvinkel
 

Streetshooter

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You'll kill yourself trying to do it in PS...
Why not just do it in Oly Master 2...you can apply the art filters right there....
 

F1L1P

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Hi!

I recently took a picture with the artfilter on which came out really good. Since I always shoot RAW I got a DNG copy aswell, but now I would like like to duplicate the crossprocess effect with the RAW file. Anyone got some good tips? I need a good photoshop recipe, if anyone figured it out! Got CS4.

Kind regards

Kråkvinkel
Here's my quick recipe.
Go to curves, and adjust them as shown:

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Of course, you can add your flavour, make it more bluish or yellowish...just experiment with curves (and later with saturation, contrast, noise, vignetting...)
I think it's always better to make it as you like it, not as the machine default settings intended it to be.
 

dcisive

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I heard that Olympus is supposed to release a great program which will completely take the place of Studio and more for a free download the month of May. I hope this is true. It was posted via Dpreview. I took Studio 2 off of my computer as it simply ran slow for me. I also popped for CS5 Photoshop but it doesn't support the PL1 yet. So for now I'm sticking to Irfanview which does a great job from RAW. I hope this new free program rocks however.....
 
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