GR Red filter question

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Re: GR Red filter question

Sal Baker wrote:

For a much larger range of B&W filter effects, tonal choices, film types, etc. the free NIK Silver Efex Pro plug-in is incredible. Once you add a filer effect in-camera, you end up with a jpeg that has permanently and drastically reduced tonal qualities. Converting to B&W from RAW allows many more choices now, and for subsequent renderings.


Thanks for the tip about NIK. You are right about going this route, I have always preferred to do my processing in camera and on location because for me the that is where I am trying to create the image but like you say, there is so much more power in doing PP back at base.

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