OrionX for Adobe Photoshop v1.1.0 Crack was born from the photographer’s need to save time in post-production. OrionX is the result of a long study and research in order to be able to give the best in any context, any time and make even beginners do jobs that would last hours in a few seconds / minutes.
It is a concentrate of technology and innovation with fully automated processes and knows how to cope in any situation: overexposed lights, underexposed shadows, desaturated colors and much more.
- TOTAL CONTROL OF DETAILS
In fact, thanks to OrionX you can have total control of invisible details, pixel by pixel.
In fact, the new OrionX technology has the ability to automatically select many disturbing objects and eliminate them automatically.
- VIVID IMAGES
Thanks to TMMLC technology (Tonality Masks Micrometric Light Control) in fact you can select micrometrically lights, shadows and midtones of warm and cold colors, creating a perfect fusion between detail and color. Plus, with TMMLC you can say goodbye to the splashes of color that are created by increasing the vibrance slider.
- CONTROL OF LIGHTS AND SHADOWS
OrionX is the result of continuous research and studies, for this reason, the research team has decided to implement an HDR function that uses 32-bit floating point numbering. That is, the luminance values of an HDR image are stored via a 32-bit floating point number system. In fact, by taking 3 or more photos in various exposures, thanks to this function you can have maximum control of lights and shadows even where it may be impossible.
- FUSION X ADVANCED
The new Fusion X feature allows you to have maximum stacking performance without using third party software or separate plugins. In fact, the FusionX algorithm works not only on the simple stack but also on the subtraction of dark frames. Just select the images and let the innovative algorithm do it.
- TOTAL CLEANING
When innovation meets experience, a perfect match is often created.
The hotpixel removed feature is the ultimate solution to the problem all landscape photographers have: hotpixels. Just click on the function and let it work for you! You will see all the burnt pixels disappear without leaving artifacts.
- LUMINOSITY MASKS
Increase the accuracy in your post-production with luminosity masks! Thanks to them you will be able to automatically select and mask highlights, shadows and midtones.
- THE RIGHT ATMOSPHERE
The development team has included three types of orton effect within OrionX, from classic to dynamic. These effects allow you to create an aura of magic around the photo without losing detail: They are widely used in landscape photos (day and night) because whoever observes them unconsciously has a sense of satisfaction and “freedom” with consequent appreciation of the shot.
- SUPER SHARPNESS
We have defied the laws of sharpness by testing and trying as far as we can go. We were therefore able to give you 4 functions to give your photos incredible details!
- INVISIBLE DETAILS
With the “boost” function you will be able in just one click to extrapolate details from the milky way (or nebos / galaxies) that you did not imagine. This function has been conceived to enclose hours and hours of post-production and mechanisms in a single click.
- THAT MORE TOUCH
The starspike feature allows you to create the star effect around anything bright. Try it too, a bit of aesthetics doesn’t hurt!
- STARTRAIL FLUIDS
OrionX in addition to having the classic function of merging the shots has many functions to make your startrail fluid and soft, so we can say goodbye to discontinuous and interrupted lines, thanks to OrionX the problem no longer arises.
- MORE SIGNAL FROM YOUR FILES
We have also implemented functions that simulate h-alpha and OIII channels to extract maximum detail from your files.
How To Install?
- Install the program from the given “setup.exe”
- Wait for it to get installed fully.
- Boom! Now you can use the program without any interruptions.(It’s Pre-Cracked lol)
- That’s it, Enjoy now
If you get extension not properly signed at launch:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Adobe/CSXS.10 (This can depend on your PS version, it could be CSXS.8 and CSXS.6.)
Apply “PlayerDebugMode” Value 1 and you’re done.
Left a regfile that is for CC2021.
How to Crack and Install?
- Download OrionX for Adobe Photoshop v1.1.0 Crack
- Now install it on your program.
- After installation is complete, copy and paste the crack file
- Then paste it in an installation directory
- Enjoy full version
OrionX for Adobe Photoshop v1.1.0 Crack Requirements
- 2 GHz Processor
- 2GB of RAM
- HDD space 800MB
- 670-MB installation space required
- Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
- MAC OS X 10.8 or later.
Editing Milky Way, star trail, and deep-sky astrophotography images can be a daunting task. With dozens of layers and adjustments, we can feel overcome with getting the most out of our nightscape photography.
With the new and improved version of OrionH, those days may well lie behind us because this plugin panel for Adobe Photoshop aims to lower the amount you sit at the computer. OrionX for Adobe Photoshop v1.1.0 Crack comes with three different panels that each have their nightly specialty and in this review, we will discuss version 2.0’s new and improved algorithms and features for each of those panels.
After a couple of hours of processing deep-sky images, I usually start to lose the desire to visually separate noise from signal. Let me be clear that OrionX for Adobe Photoshop v1.1.0 Crack is meant for post-processing. But to get maximum results for your efforts, we need to be very considerate of our steps in shooting and pre-processing too.
DSLR astrophotography pre-processing is essentially about combining many (dozens to hundreds) images into one flat, gray image. The point at this stage is to increase the signal to noise ratio. To be very simplistic about this: exposing for longer increases signal strength.
So does opening up your aperture. You can also shoot multiple frames to integrate exposure time. So imagine you have shot a hundred images of the Milky Way core and want to take an average of that. This way, the random noise patterns decrease, while the signal stays the same. Now you are decreasing noise and increasing signal to noise ratio.
While pre-processing is usually done in dedicated software like PixInsight, MaxIm DL, or rudimentary software like Deep Sky Stacker, stacking can also be done in Photoshop.
Which leads us back to OrionH. The Deep-Sky Panel is meant for those who love to capture galaxies and nebulae. A new feature that has been introduced in version 2 is “manual stacking,” which helps to speed up background and sky stacking. The “filter stars” action will darken the smallest stars a bit, so there will be more pop in your image.
“Gradient kill” eliminates gradients in your shot in the color channels, while “light pollution” effectively gets rid of that pesky orange sodium glow when you’ve shot form within a town or city. The “noise kill” tab holds a couple of actions that target specific noise types.
“Background noise” lowers general noise, while “deep noise” targets noise in the black background. “Horizontal banding,” “vertical banding,” and “noise flat” will equalize the noise across the image for you. “Color spot” removes saturation caused by the camera sensor, while “blue halos” and “remove green” target specific colors around stars and background noise respectively.
With OrionX for Adobe Photoshop v1.1.0 Crack, it’s relatively easy to increase saturation and contrast with included dedicated actions. But we haven’t talked much about the “simulation” feature in the review of version one. “H-alpha” will increase the red signal to strengthen the saturation of hydrogen-alpha emitting nebulae.
“OIII” targets the colors in the cyan part of the spectrum to increase the saturation of the pale blue glow found in oxygen-rich nebulae. We’re left with “starspikes,” which adds a nice effect of simulated diffraction spikes. This way, the spiky stars look like the image was captured through a reflecting telescope where a secondary mirror is held in place by thin wires.
You can adjust the intensity of the spikes through various presets, although I prefer not to introduce artifacts to an otherwise higher quality image.
Milky Way Panel
To me, Milky Way editing is about selectively adding contrast to either specific areas, or by targeting specific luminosities. OrionH does a very good job in getting detail-rich results from faint Milky Ways along the horizon in nightscape images.
“Boost contrast” accentuates the contrast, brightness, and clarity of the Milky Way, but you’d have to create a soft mask to target only the Milky Way while protecting the foreground from these and other adjustments. Well, it turns out that this panel does that for you. Just paint with a white brush once to add the desired effect to any spot on the image.
This is a big deal. Previously, Milky Way editing was a tedious task that included dozens of layers, masks, luminosity selections, and adjustment layers. Swathes of your precious time can now be freed up to start planning your next shoot.
“Dodge and burn” creates two new layers that, with the right selections, target luminosity and warm or cold tones. This allows you to add to the highlights or subtract from shadows to create a more dynamic image.
There’s a whole host of features left to be discussed, but without getting into any of them in full, these all contribute to make the Milky Way stand out more from the background, noise, or light pollution.
There’s a “light pollution” filter for the ability to add star effects and decease noise in the darkest parts of the sky, while increasing contrast in the nebulosity of the Milky Way core and nebulae. Selectively adding or decreasing saturation is pretty straightforward with the “saturation” and “color stop” actions. Just select a specific color to target and watch the magic happen.
A new “hot pixel” remover quickly finishes off tiny blobs of color as a result of stuck and hot pixels on the sensor. And if you really don’t have the time or energy to dive into all of these features, there’s always the new “auto” feature for automatic processing of the Milky Way.
Star Trail Panel
A panel that’s dedicated to the beauty of the starry night isn’t complete without at least some dedicated tools geared toward star trail photography. After you’ve finished merging your layers that contain the star trail, you’re often left with tiny gaps inside the actual trails. These gaps lead to all sorts of artifacts like moiré, which is tough to reduce by hand.
With OrionH, it’s now easy as pie to get rid of those artifacts and get your photography looking like you had imagined. The “fluid startrails” feature contains four settings for ironing out the gaps in between your stars, while “flat lights” and “minimum stars” increase the contrast between thinner and fatter lines and reduce the moiré effect.
“Polaris center collapse” retains the contrast around the North Star so you won’t end up with a muddy looking center of the star trail. Here too we find a “noise reduction” section that contains actions for reducing specific types of noise.
To be honest, I dislike any formulaic approach to photography. However, I do enjoy spending less time at the computer and more time stargazing as the camera fires away hundreds of frames for capturing star trails, deep sky objects, or a noise-less Milky Way galactic core. I think this is where OrionX for Adobe Photoshop v1.1.0 Crack comes into its own.
Version two doesn’t feel like a complete overhaul of version one, though. As we’ve established in the review of the first version, most of the features were already timesaving. Instead, the team at Milkywayhunters have improved upon their feature-rich panel and restructured it to be more user-friendly, and they’ve done a proper job at this.
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