Psychfilms

Psychfilms

Joined on Nov 7, 2019

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Here's a philosophical question for photographers.... Does software like this cross the line between the true art of photography (think 'analog' as the standard) and photography as the basis for a graphic design?

In other words, would you feel comfortable providing a client or galley photographs that you took which were manipulated in the fashion available in this software?

It's a slippery slope with digital. First most all digital cameras 'process' an image in the camera based on its color science and settings (e.g. Fuji's film simulations), then there are simple post adjustments like saturation or contrast. Again the slippery slope of what you see with your eyes that you photograph and what the final presented image looks like. In some ways it's all good depending on your artistic intent. But on the other hand if you are a serious or professional photographer, does something not feel right with such manipulation? Cheers!

Link | Posted on Mar 18, 2021 at 18:43 UTC as 9th comment | 5 replies
On article Have your say: Most important cameras of the 2010s (416 comments in total)

The Samsung NX1 mirrorless camera (2014/2015) with 4K DCI video, H265 CODEC, 28MP backside illuminated sensor with copper wires, 15fps shutter burst, full touchscreen menu and super amoled LCD, sent shockwaves throughout the industry at the time and truly opened the mirrorless format as a serious pro contender. Sadly Samsung exited the camera market, but the demonstration of technology did not go unnoticed. The camera is still relevant today 5-years later.

Link | Posted on Dec 23, 2019 at 13:07 UTC as 49th comment | 3 replies
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