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Photolemur 3.0

Ian H

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Anyone using Photolemur 3.0 as a Lightroom plug-in? What are your experiences or opinions?

Thanks
 

Zenon

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It looks pretty good. Not sure which version of LR you are using but with 7 you can do that with Auto Tone plus some Clarity and DeHaze tweaks.
 

Ian H

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I'm using 6.14. Some photos look a bit "overblown". The jury's still out at the moment.
 

Zenon

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Auto Tone was not that usable until it went Sensei in version 7 so you could live without but DeHaze would have made a difference. Auto Tone just gets to a start point faster. When I had version 6 I found a free 3rd party DeHaze. I'll do a quick search but $30 is not much.
 
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