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What Level of Post Processing is Acceptable?
#26
StudioJ Wrote:Time to get your licence Smelly, you're old enough!
Whaat? :|
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#27
smelly Wrote:
StudioJ Wrote:Time to get your licence Smelly, you're old enough!
Whaat? :|

Doesn't matter, I have a friend who was 28 before he learned to drive. I don't know how people cope not knowing how though! Smile
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#28
I mostly just adjust color, exposure sometimes and sharpen/crop. I have occasionally cloned out items.... such as trash in a landscape shot or a lightpole that just looked wrong.
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#29
I don't need to be "accurate." I treat my photographs like poems. I want to tell the truth but I don't have to be literal. I use post processing to cope with the limitations of my camera and my photographic situations and opportunities. I use post processing to make a statement by exaggeration and emphasis. Taste is the guide not accuracy.

--Don
Nikon D3100 with Tokina 28-70mm f3.5, (I like to use a Vivitar .43x aux on the 28-70mm Tokina), Nikkor 10.5 mm fisheye, Quanteray 70-300mm f4.5, ProOptic 500 mm f6.3 mirror lens. http://donschaefferphoto.blogspot.com/
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