Eoanthropus

Joined on May 14, 2014

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  • I didn't, but you're right there's not much comparison. I started to work full-time in the industry in the late 1970s. I retired 9 years ago after 30 years full-time experience and continue to ...
  • Rational people who actually use film know better. A lab test using dilute developer is just as silly as quoting DX0 DR lab tests for digital cameras. They have no place in the real world of ...
  • As a general rule yes, but not in this case. Vision 3 is as I said the DR king and that includes your B&W still films. 18 stops for any film is just nonsense.
  • Generally yes , but Vision 3 cine film is as I said the DR King and that includes B&W still films. 18 stops is just nonsense.
  • The DR film King is Kodak Vision 3 cine film (all other films are less). Kodak should know what they're talking about since they make it. They say 13 stops max: link
  • Good question. Basically no. Very little can be discerned about the camera that took the photo by viewing the photo in either print or screen form. In a blind test the folks you encounter who rave ...
  • Curious about what? Can your photos be sorted by type film/digital? Yes, when you leave the EXIF data intact and the brand and model scanner for example are identified with the image. Some nice ...
  • Not at all. I know you can't tell film and digital apart when both are in final form as electronic images -- except of course for grain. The only thing you spotted was grain and assumed correctly ...
  • I think I've proven my point. I said: "You can't sort the photos can you?" and you replied, "Sure I could..." You're not being dishonest are you?!! Still waiting then for you to sort the images.
  • You can't sort the images. You claimed you could: I said: "You can't sort the photos can you?" and you replied, "Sure I could..." Bottom line: You can't or you would.
  • I'm looking down over the hole you're in unless you sort the images. Bottom line: you can't sort the images so all you do is throw insults as a deflection -- kinda trollish.
  • I've done nothing deceitful. My tongue in cheek introduction was obviously that and so obviously not a deceit. There are ten images. Digital and film mixed. Grain simulation was used and that's ...
  • It's real easy, just sort the images like you've claimed you could and we'll have a very scientific blind test -- best kind -- to determine whether you can tell film and digital images apart. ...
  • BS -- you're squirming more and more with every post. Those aren't your images. They're extreme enlargements and I've seen the same ancient Petapixel article many years ago. You said this: "....is ...
  • Any strawman is yours. You can't sort the images. This all starts with your saying: "....is it still film after being scanned? it definitely looks like it to us." I say you can't tell them apart, ...
  • Of course there are no RGB values above 255 in film before it's scanned. Once it's scanned the same RGB value limits apply as they do to digital. A scanner can add moire and of course once ...
  • And you, let's see if you can stop squirming and heaping disingenuous dodges upon dodges and just sort the images. You haven't answered my question about RGB values after 255 in raw files. Bottom ...
  • No you don't -- film is made from silver salts and gelatin and acetate and digital sensors are made from silicon and there's all kinds of differences. The finished processed images where film is ...
  • What RGB values limited to 255 are stored in my raw files? Bottom line: You can't tell film and digital images apart in a blind test. If you could you'd sort those images -- you can't.
  • And explain to me how there are RGB values limited to 255 stored in my camera raw files. Bottom line: You can't tell film from digital in a blind test. If you could you'd sort the images. You can't.
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