Cooler or warmer?

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Glen Barrington
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Re: I like the OOC one
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CAcreeks wrote:

Merlin5 wrote:

Glen Barrington wrote:

Fotoni wrote:

It seems to be more natural.

But both cooler and warmer have their own strength. Warmer "gives more" and cooler "looks more". Cooler is like colors and warmer is like details or something. Hard to explain.

I agree. The OOC version is darker, more mysterious, both color modified versions seem more open, inviting, and fun.

You crazy. Yuck.

I may be crazy, but this is not proof of that.  I prefer to think of myself as artistically sensitive, wildly creative, and incredibly brilliant.  And don't forget, I DO play a genius on the internet.

Interesting point you bring up. Often my OOC night time shots show greater contrast between blacks and whites before processing and I often wonder if it would be good just to keep that darkness instead of brightening the whole scene.

What does OOC mean? Is that the JPEG preview? Or Lightroom's default conversion?

I prefer the term OOCITH.  Which stands for "Out of the Crapper, Into History!"

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