Create a preset from scratch with ReStyle

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Within Topaz ReStyle you’ll find hundreds of presets, commonly referred to as ‘styles’ or ‘looks’. Each of these presets was created from a source image; the technology within ReStyle identifies the dominant colors within the source image and records that data into a preset, listing the colors from primary to the fifth most dominant (some presets will only have 3 or 4 dominant colors).

Create a preset from scratch with ReStyle

Interested in creating your own preset in ReStyle? Follow these simple steps to learn how to create a custom effect based on your image’s color data.

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Selectively Applying Styles in ReStyle (19:38)

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The NEW Topaz ReStyle includes our most advanced masking workflow and toolset.  With edge-aware and color-aware brushes, a smart feather tool and a color-aware quick mask, it is easier than ever to selectively apply the tons of styles in ReStyle. Join Nichole Paschal for the quick, yet informative look into the Topaz ReStyle masking module.

Creating Custom Styles in Topaz ReStyle (51:01)

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The NEW Topaz ReStyle offers inspiration through exploring the over 1,000 styles and creative possibilities included in this product, and as a result, you can quickly achieve your vision or even extend and enhance the original vision for your image.  But how do you create your own customizable style?  ReStyle introduces a cutting-edge process of mapping color and tone statistics from a selected style to a target image. This new technology creates high-quality transformations, even for dramatic styles and looks.  Join Nichole Paschal as she walks you through this new process of creating and customizing your own individual styles.

Soft and Dreamy Styles in ReStyle (27:49)

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The NEW Topaz ReStyle includes over 1,000 different creative styles to explore and apply to your image, with many soft and dreamy effects that are popular in lifestyle photography. Join Nichole Paschal as she explores the many styles in ReStyle and customizes a soft and dreamy result.

4-Step HDR Workflow Revealed (50:44)

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Download Blake’s presentation and sample bracket images here: http://www.everydayhdr.com/the-4-step-creative-hdr-process/

Join Blake Rudis, creator and host of everydayhdr.com, as he demonstrates his 4 step creative process for making stunning HDR images. Blake will cover tips on getting good bracket images, how to tone map images, and his post processing of the image using DeNoise, Clarity, Adjust and ReStyle.

Since 2010 Blake has been publishing written and video tutorials on Everyday HDR, and was awarded “The Best HDR Blog of 2012” by the readers of HDR One Magazine. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Delaware in 2006 and has since channeled his passion for the arts into his love of HDR photography! In addition to his successful HDR blog, Blake recently self-published Exploring HDR: Photoshop, Photomatix & Topaz Adjust

Crafting Your Images with Topaz Plugins (50:27)

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We are happy to welcome back John Barclay, pro photographer and workshop leader, who will demonstrate how he is using Topaz Adjust, Clarity, ReStyle and more in his current creative workflow.

John is an award winning freelance photographer and enthusiastic workshop leader based in Bucks County PA. He is also an inspirational speaker who has been presenting his program Dream — Believe — Create to audiences around the Country. John’s work has been published in a number of magazines and books and is treasured by a number of private collectors.