One thing that will really speed up your workflow is Batch Processing.  I have shown you Batch Processing with Photomatix, but did you know you can also use Actions to Batch Process in Photoshop as well?  So say you shot a bunch of HDR sets with relatively similar dynamic ranges, you can batch process them with Photomatix and walk away.  Then, when they are done, you can open Photoshop and batch process them using Actions, things that you would normally do on all of the pictures, like Noise reduction, high pass sharpen, curves and levels.  Check out the quick video tutorial to see how batch processing with Actions in Photoshop CS 5 can speed up your post processing time.


Blake Rudis
Creator of f.64 Academy
Most people think I am passionate about Photography, but in reality I am not.


Wait, before you freak out, you are on a photo site, I am addicted to post processing. To be more specific, I am addicted to workflow efficiency and cracking the codes to complex systems. That's what I do here, crack the code to photo post processing and present it in a concise way, for you :)
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