I have a great discount for Topaz Labs products (see below), but I also have some webinars recordings that were made by Topaz Labs that demonstrate how I use some of their products. I decided to pull some of these videos together in one blog post for those of you who already own or are considering buying one of the best photo editing bundles on the market right now.
NOTE: The audio for the videos in this article aren’t as great as I would like them to be so be sure to either use headphones or crank up the volume!
Here's one I made where I do a simple sky replacement with ReMask:
and one where I demonstrate how I use Restyle:
I’ve been using Topaz products since 2009, and with each wave of updates they get better and better. I’ve become a huge fan of the Topaz Photography Collection which I now consider to be an essential part of my digital workflow. Hopefully these videos taught you a new trick or two on how to make the most of them to help spark some ideas about how you can incorporate their products into your workflow as well.
Where to order
Click here and use the coupon code RONMART to save 15% off ANY Topaz Labs product or the entire Topaz Photography Collection. Here’s how you enter the code in the shopping cart (prices and codes may changes so check my discount coupon code page if the code doesn’t work):
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