Friday, August 30, 2013

25% Off Photomatix HDR Presets by Trey Ratcliff until Sept 1st, 2013–only $11.23!

CLICK HERE and use the coupon code RONPHOTOMAT to save 25% off Trey Ratcliff’s top 23 favorite presets he’s created for HDRSoft’s Photomatix – the most popular HDR software used by pro photographers. Here’s some cool before and after shots:

Image WITH Photomatix and Trey's Presets
Image WITH Photomatix and Trey's Presets

Image BEFORE Photomatix and Trey's Presets
Image BEFORE Photomatix and Trey's Presets

Photomatix 15% OFF Special Offer Promo Code

Don’t have Photomatix? Click here to learn more and read below on how to use my discount coupon code for this product:

Click to learn more about Photomatix

HDRSoft, the makers of Photomatix HDR tone mapping software have extended an offer to readers of this blog for a 15% discount when you use the coupon code RonMartBlog when you checkout on their web site (see picture above). Don’t forget to click the recalculate button after you enter the code to get the discount.

Ron’s Sample Images

Here’s a couple one click edits of the images I used for my Photomatix 4.2 review:

Where Spiders Fear to Go Preset
Where Spiders Fear to Go Preset

Au Naturale Preset
Au Naturale Preset

A Little Sumfin Sumfin Preset
A Little Sumfin Sumfin Preset

Conclusion

Getting started with Photomatix can be overwhelming to the uninitiated, so these presets really help get your image to a reasonable starting point so you can tweak the sliders to complete your artistic intent. For $11.23 they are a pretty cheap way to get more out of Photomatix, especially for those who have been unhappy with their previous Photomatix results.

Where to order

CLICK HERE and use the coupon code RONPHOTOMAT to save 25% off as shown here:

coupon code RONPHOTOMAT to save 25%

This offer EXPIRES on September 1st, 2013!

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