Tuesday, April 30, 2013

TUTORIAL: Nik Software Color Efex Reflector Effect Video–NOW WITH Audio

Back in July of 2009 I did an article called “The Digital Reflector – the solution to dark faces on bright backgrounds” that proved to have one of my most popular YouTube videos over the years. This really surprised me because the video didn’t have any audio due to a glitch on my system.

I finally have some software that allows me to voice annotate videos, so I’ve added a new audio track and re-uploaded this popular video. While I won’t surpass Gangnam Style in the number of views, I do hope that you enjoy it!

Please keep in mind that although this video was done with both an older version of Lightroom and Color Efex, it still applies to the current versions of Lightroom, Photoshop, Aperture and Color Efex.

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