HiFi-High Fidelity in Photography

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AutoFokus wrote:

High fidelity (often shortened to hi-fi or HiFi) is a term used by listeners, audiophiles and home audio enthusiasts to refer to high-quality reproduction of sound.

(by Wikipedia)

Reproduction of the sound as recorded. That recording involves many layers of mixes, filters, and even performances. Even a recording of a live performance depends on mixing many channels into two (or a few more if you are fancy).

HiFi in Photography: so this would mean in photography that the picture closely resembles reality.

No. It would involve printing, screen resolution, etc. Reproduction of the image as recorded.

But nowadays almost all pictures are;

- corrected / distorted / altered... and this is far away from reality.

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and so, today it is better to master PhotoShop than know how to make good pictures with good knowledge of Photo tehnology.

What do you think ?

Probably best to master both, and know where and when to focus your attention.

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