Beginner tips for post processing?

Started Oct 24, 2012 | Discussions thread
moschika
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Re: Beginner tips for post processing?
In reply to papillon_65, Oct 31, 2012

papillon_65 wrote:

The easiest way to do that would be to use Olympus viewer, which will give you the exact same result as your camera, then export the resulting file as a tiff to whatever software you normally use.

that's interesting because even in olympus viewer, i was getting a different result between the OOC jpg and the ORF file.

to the OP, i'm using the presets from here:

http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/post/41376420

they all do things a little different depending on the image, but they are good starting places to me.

i'm not a big post-processed but i still find I need to tweek things a fair amount. if i need to, then i figure i didn't get a good shot to begin with. if i'm lucky, one of these works without much more of anything, or just slight adjustment in exposure, vibrancy, clarity and saturation is all i need.

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