Just Playing with Topaz Adjust

I finally downloaded a 30 day trial of Topaz Adjust and I played around with a couple of images. Topaz Adjust works as a plug in for PhotoShop, PhotoShop Elements or Lightroom and creates effects to make your photos pop. There are several HDR (High Dynamic Range) presets that you can use on a single photo for an HDR end product.

I opted to use it in Lightroom and converted a picture of my son at bat during a baseball game.

The photo below is a Non HDR version:
Approach the Plate

And another shot, processed with an HDR preset:

A bit over the top and totally fake looking? Probably, but hey, I think it's kind of cool looking and stylized - sometimes its fun to play around. Once the 30 day trial is over, I'll probably purchase a full license and add it to my never ending set of post processing tools.

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