Do you use Photomatix for HDR work? Do you have zero time to spend two years developing cool presets or a great starting point for being creative.. this is why I just spent 14 bucks on the second +Trey Ratcliff Photomatix Preset Pack

08 Jun 2015 admin In G+ Posts

Yep I am lazy, Yep i could have made them myself.. but why spend two years doing that when I can be shooting and Trey did all the work for me.. Thanks Trey..

Pick them up here – Full disclosure its an affiliate link, I do not like hiding that for people, but it is makes me 2 bucks, and costs you nothing, I will buy you a beer.

Link: http://goo.gl/oAbzao

Trey’s Photomatix Presets – Trey’s Best HDR presets for Photomatix Pro
I’ve used Photomatix Pro many thousands of times over the years. It is simply the best HDR software tool. I’ve created hundreds of presets and include my favorites in this collection.

Comments: 5

  1. steve walser 19 Jun 2015 Reply

    +Brent Burzycki , How can I find the Photomatix Pre-set folder? Mac's finder seems incapable of locating it with search.

  2. Brent Burzycki 19 Jun 2015 Reply

    This might help +steve walser

    Video How-to: http://youtu.be/TD2D2oJOSrQ

    Installation Instructions:

    1) After you have downloaded “Trey's Photomatix Presets Vol 2.zip”, unzip it. Inside you’ll find 27 .XMP files. You may have already done this! 🙂

    2) Open up Photomatix and load in some image(s) you’d like to work on. Click Edit > Tone Mapping to pull up the presets panel.

    3) At the top of the presets panel, you will see a box where you should select “Import presets…”

    4) Navigate to where you unzipped your presets and select them all. To select them all, click the first one, then shift-click the last one.

    5) Click Import.

    6) Enjoy and tell your friends! 🙂 We get by on word-of-mouth, not by advertising, so I appreciate it when you tell your friends and family – thanks! 🙂

    If you have ANY problems at all, contact support@stuckincustoms.com

  3. steve walser 19 Jun 2015 Reply

    Nope, Trey has already deleted the Photomatix Presets in the video and doesn't talk about where the folder is hidden.

  4. Brent Burzycki 19 Jun 2015 Reply

    Maybe this +steve walser

    "I downloaded a load of Photomatix pre-sets from http://alikgriffin.com/. They came as an archive of .xmp files without any instructions on how to install them.

    Fortunately I had already created and saved a pre-set so I just had to locate that on the file system. I found it in my ~/Application Support/Photmatix/Presets folder. Then I just dragged the contents of the archive into that folder and now I have 25 shiny new pre-sets to play with."

  5. steve walser 19 Jun 2015 Reply

    Finally found the trick.

    Macintosh HD/Users/"YOUR USERNAME"/Library/Application Support/Photomatix/Presets. When I was looking for this "Library" folder I had the hardest time finding it in the Finder. I would click on my username and all normal folders would show up, except for the Library folder, so I thought it was hidden, which it kind of was. To show the Library folder, I clicked on my user folder and then while in the folder I right-clicked to bring up "Show View Options", and the last check box was "Show Library Folder".

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