Film Vs Digital (not the usual question)

Started Sep 4, 2013 | Discussions thread
Erik Magnuson
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In reply to Gerry Winterbourne, Sep 4, 2013

Gerry Winterbourne wrote:

3 I would be interested to know what widely used techniques were used for processing and what are their modern equivalents?

In fact, virtually every effect produced in digital PP is also done on film.

Thinking about it, liquify is one of the few that really wasn't done on film.  You could argue that manipulated Polaroids -- where you pushed the emulsion around while it was developing -- was somewhat similar but the useful effects are quite different.  Extensive airbrushing was used to do body morphing but that's drawing new image not pushing the existing image bits around.

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