Many people have asked how to use Lucis to achieve incredible HDR looks from a single image. This Application Note answers that question. With Lucis Pro 6 you have incredible control to refine image contrast and detail using Split Channel Mode. This is by far the best way to enhance image contrast and detail. Create anything subtle adjustments to an HDR image from a single image.
Application Note #2: "Faux Pencil Method" developed by Tom Caldwell, Coffs Harbour, Australia. Transform your image into a pencil sketch. Click on any image to view the Application Note. Several image examples are provided.
Application Note #2 original Image
Application Note #2 faux pencil Image
Application Note #3: "Tinted Grayscale Images." This Application note shows the various ways a desaturated color image (or a grayscale image where the mode has bene changed to RGB color) can be tinted with color using Split Channel mode in Lucis Pro 6. Of course you can also vary the colors in a more extreme way as well. Click on any image to view the Application Note. Several image examples are provided.