clinical Versus un-clinical?

Started Dec 8, 2010 | Discussions thread
stealth3kpl Contributing Member • Posts: 758
Re: clinical Versus un-clinical?

nbanja wrote:

Yes but that involves photoshop, lightroom and a plethora of image-killing programs.

I tend to agree in my case. If my film goes through a pro lab scanner I often feel that the wrong end of the dynamic scale has been concentrated on losing my precious highlights, and if I scan it myself I can see all the information on the file but manipulating it to achieve what I saw is fraught with errors. I'm new to this lark and I find it frustrating but interesting. Someday I'd like to feel my scans reflect the delicacy of the lens imaging properties and the nuances of the film used. At the moment everything comes out not quite right but I keep trying.
Pete
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There are people who use cameras to make photos and there are people who make photos to use cameras. - John Sypal

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