Color correcting Superfly renders in Photoshop

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 126 / System Requirements: Poser 11 or higher, Photoshop or another software that allows color adjustments of 32-bit images

Poser Superfly is still stuck in sRGB color space, meant for very old monitors and that feels worse than cheap disposable cameras. Luckily, it also automatically saves every render in high dynamic range format, allowing us to easily color-correct those highlights and shadows into what you would see with a cinema camera.


Afrodite-Ohki on 8:18AM Thu, 02 June 2022

End result


Now, after this entire process, perhaps things feel like they haven't changed at all. 

Well... you're free to go into your History in Photoshop and compare ;)


Here's a before/after for me. Sometimes it doesn't feel like much, but this can really increase the quality of your final renders, fixing that little "I don't know what" that makes things look fake.

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I hope this was useful to you, and happy rendering!


-Afrodite-Ohki


Tutorial Comments


MollyFootman  4:59PM Sat, 19 November 2022

Really interesting and clear, Ohki.  I think it will make a significant improvement in my final pictures! =)   Molly

aqua1955  7:44AM Fri, 15 July 2022

Thank you very much

Y-Phil  3:52PM Fri, 10 June 2022

Thank you so much

CassandraNorth  2:00AM Tue, 07 June 2022

Thank you for this tutorial! What a difference!



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