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That was the point I was trying to make. I obviously did not accomplish my task... Regardless, the new digital cameras are able to retrieve detail that analog film cameras can recover... A good example are the auroras... Most people only see the hues of green, however there are darker colors, brown, purples, reds that are almost never seen. Reason being that they are not normally visible in light spectrum and unable to be captured by film. I shoot a Nikon D4, and was...
Here's another tip for you... SilverEfx Pro by Google/NIK (was just NIK a few months ago). I shoot RAW in color and convert to B&W... You know, dynamic range and all, stuff that shooting analog sometimes can't recover...
I use the Sypder 4 Pro setup on my iPad, MabBook Pro w/Retina display, and iPhone... It is pretty simple... Install a file, calibrate a screen.
I think the people running Path are a bunch of serial scumbags... I will never use their app...
Ever hear of a company called Datacolor? Ever hear of their color calibration app for the iPhone or iPad? Guess not...
Quote: "To the original poster question the need of Post Processing by "real" photographers, what Ansel Adams was doing with his printing was actually the same thing, except that he was doing it the harder way with chemicals in a dark room.  Unless you think Ansel Adams wasn't a real photographer either."   Dumbest statement ever... Did Ansel Adams shoot in RAW? How much of his work is in color... Did he have to worry about CA, or dynamic range, or any of the variable of...
Exactly... For the non-P&S crowd this is great news... I don't expect Apple to respond considering that Aperture has become pretty much abandonware...
Maybe it is above your capacity... Too much information? Photography challenged? The list could be long and wide....
Spoken like another point and shooter who has zero point zero idea about shooting in RAW... Stick to Instagram... You have no idea what you are talking about...
An obvious comment from a point and shoot camera owner... For those of us that actually know how to use a camera and have never used the auto-mode, this is good news...
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