Using Nik HDR Efex Pro 2 (Or any Filter) as a Smart Object in Photoshop
How many times have you finished tone mapping an image and made your final Tiff or Jpeg image only to think that you wish you would have done things differently in your HDR program when tone mapping or adding adjustments during the HDR process?
Do you wish that you could just go back to where you left off in that process and make any change you wanted?
Well of course you could just merge the images again and yeah you were smart enough to save the recipe you used as a preset. But what about the 20 control points you added to the image. Plus all that time spent remerging and aligning the initial images. There has to be a better way.
There is, using HDR Efex Pro 2 as a Smart Object/Smart Filter in Photoshop. Continue reading