Photomatix presets let you edit shots in one click more effectively than performing all the manipulations separately. You can apply them to your pictures and then adjust what you need manually. Highlight temperature, make color correction or adjust white balance and exposure settings in Photomatix easy and quickly. Photomatix is an application for editing HDR images. It contains a variety of tools for improving shots, which may be used to eliminate too bright or dark areas of the image while preserving all the details, neutralize noise, adjust saturation, make the details more striking, etc. The program is designed for professional shooters and amateurs with experience.
Free Photomatix Preset #1 "Beautiful"
Free Photomatix Preset #2 "Contrast"
Free Photomatix Preset #3 "Black and White"
Free Photomatix Preset #4 "Smooth"
Free Photomatix Preset #5 "Sunny"
Free Photomatix Preset #6 "Darken"
Free Photomatix Preset #7 "Brighten"
Free Photomatix Preset #8 "Portrait"
Free Photomatix Preset #9 "Landscape"
Free Photomatix Preset #10 "Soft"
Why do you need free Photomatix Presets?
The popularity of Photomatix presets among photographers has recently increased. Many of them started using Photomatix as an alternative to paid Adobe Lightroom. If you see that a shot is underexposed, then you just select a preset to increase the exposure and apply it to the shot. If you notice that there is a lot of noise in the shot, choose a noise reduction preset — and lower the noise along with regulating all the other parameters in one click. With Photomatix presets, the picture post-production takes less time. Photomatix offers a vast selection of presets for various photography genres. Pick whatever you need – an intense and contrasting black and white effect for a dramatic landscape or a color effect with increased contrast and saturation for portrait editing, etc.
Installing Photomatix Presets
Photomatix presets are compatible with Windows and macOS. Therefore, we will describe two ways of how you can install these presets.
How to Install Photomatix Presets on Mac
How to Install Photomatix Presets on Windows
Editing Photos in Photomatix in Video Tutorials
Making Color Adjustments in Photomatix Pro 6 Tutorial
Discover in what way you can use color adjustments in Photomatix Pro 6 to tweak saturation, temperature and brightness of the entire shot and alter only certain parts of the photo with the Brush Tool. Find out how to increase brightness and saturation of separate colors and turn one color into another.
Using Blending in Photomatix Pro 6 Tutorial
Find out how you can use the Blend with Original feature in Photomatix Pro 6 to achieve a natural look in the shot. Find out how to blend the whole shot with one of the source exposures and how to work with the Brush Tool to blend only certain parts of an image.
Creating HDR Real Estate Interior Photos
Learn how to use HDR photography to get a properly lit real estate interior shot, preserving the highlights from the window. Watch the tutorial to find out how to combine bracketed exposures in Photomatix Pro and pick presets suitable for real estate interior shots. Tips on exporting the picture for use on MLS, cropping and straightening techniques are described as well.
Using Photomatix Pro 6 from Lightroom Tutorial
Tutorial Photomatix Essentials 4.2
Creating, Using & Importing Presets
It doesn’t matter whether you are new to HDR Photomatix Pro or you have been using it for a while – you can make great use of presets. They fasten the entire picture processing, help achieve a consistent look and remind you of the last HDR edits you made. This tutorial explains how to create, use and import presets in Photomatix Pro 5.
Creating an Amazing HDR with Photomatix
Working with Single Raw Files
Discover in what way it is better to pre-edit separate RAW files in Photomatix Pro. The author of this tutorial is Join Rich Harrington, who delves into the world of high dynamic range (HDR) with the help of HDR Photomatix software.
Editing HDR Waterscapes
For many newbies, it is a challenging task to take decent pictures of water bodies with running water and then combine them into HDR pictures. That’s why, in this tutorial, Joe Jackson decided to demonstrate the entire process of how he does it to achieve an efficient result in Photomatix Pro and Lightroom.