New RAW Plug-in For OM-D E-M5 Mark II High Res Mode
Some great news for Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II owners. We now have a new Photoshop plug-in to allow processing of these astonishing 40MP high resolution images from the raw file. Although relatively simple in interface, it allows the all important setting of white balance and also sharpening at the raw file stage.
A rare Ferrari 288 GTO built in 1985 with only 883 miles on the clock. It is valued at £2,000,000 and available from H.R. Owen in South Kensington, London. Image shot on the Olympus OM-D E-M5 II, using the multi shot sensor shift facility, creating a 40 megapixel image. January 30, 2015. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian
The Olympus High Res Shot Raw File Photoshop Plug-in can be downloaded HERE and the manual is available HERE.
The image of the Ferrari GTO was processed using this plugin. No other processing was done in Photoshop. The image was then sent to Alienskin’s Exposure 7 where I applied a 50% faded and subtle Kodachrome 64 preset. Finally the image had it’s final sharpening done in Nik Software’s Sharpener Pro.
You can view my jpegs from this shoot in my Flickr album.
Detail Shot – A rare Ferrari 288 GTO built in 1985 with only 883 miles on the clock. It is valued at £2,000,000 and available from H.R. Owen in South Kensington, London. Image shot on the Olympus OM-D E-M5 II, using the multi shot sensor shift facility, creating a 40 megapixel image. January 30, 2015. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian
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Online Seminar About My Workflow
Image processed using Nik Software's Silver Efex Pro 2 and Aperture. Shot on a Leica X1. Miami skyline as the sun begins to set. June 16, 2011. Photo: Edmond Terakopian
I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be holding another free online seminar showing my workflow in Aperture, Photoshop and Nik Software’s range of plugins. With each new seminar I use new work, so even if you’ve attended one before, there will be lots of new stuff, so do join in. As always, there will be an opportunity for questions at the end. Hope to see you online 🙂
Thursday, September 29th, 2011 at 19.00 GMT
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Tagged aperture, apple, image, mac, nik software, photoshop, plugin, processing, silver efex pro 2, viveza 2
Following on from my Nik Software webinar last week, many of you wrote to me and Nik asking that a recording was made available, so here it is!
I’d like to add a word of thanks to Nik Software for the platform and also to my audio sponsors, Rode Microphones for supplying the magnificent Rode Podcaster for the webinar.
Apologies for the squashed aspect ratio and some other technical issues but the system used has a very unique non-Mac compatible codec which isn’t even native to Windows so I’ve had issues trying to edit it and get it to play properly.