I mentioned Topaz Simplify 4 in some of my posts. I wanted to show some of the ‘one click’ presets available to users.
I say ‘one click’ to differentiate them from what you can modify on your own, either starting with a given preset, or starting from scratch (although starting from a given preset is easier).
This first post deals with presets named BuzSim . . . can’t remember if this is a guy, a girl, or a generic name that they use. This particular group is part of the presets that come standard with the software. There are 16 presets in this group, but I’m only going to show 5 since some are pretty close to the others.
Here is the original photo . . .
Yup; you’ve just seen this in a previous post (like, the last post). I figure the familiarity will allow readers to concentrate on the effect as opposed to the photo itself.
I won’t name all these effects because they will not mean squat to anyone other than those who have Topaz, and they already know what they are. Also, remember that you can modify the settings for these, and create your own variations.
These are five of the sixteen presets available, roughly one from each of the named groupings.
The video shows a little better how they differ from each other.
Part Two will show some of the other available presets.
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