Lives in Germany Berlin, Germany
Works as a Geologist
Joined on Mar 10, 2009


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justinwonnacott: does this work with LR4?

Yep. PS CS6 + LR4.1RC2 = no problem.

Link | Posted on May 11, 2012 at 01:06 UTC

"Lightroom 4 and ACR 6.7 could render files differently."

Afaik, ACR 6.7 "could" not do anything as it's not out yet... :D
Must be tricky to fix discrepancies between not-yet-finalized products...

Link | Posted on Apr 29, 2012 at 00:40 UTC as 6th comment

In a different field, my moderate use of HDR processing met with some success in "improving" to some extent photos of geological outcrops - e.g. fusing exposures to even the contrast of shadowy vs. sunny surfaces while enhancing local detail not originally obvious due to technical limitations.
The purpose in such a case is definitely to maximize the rendition of photographic information and to emphasize relevant features. Regarding the later publishing process, this has been deemed both acceptable and useful so far.
As pointed out the method is not inherently right or wrong, it is after all a (moral, personal) matter of what one's ultimate goals and ideals are. Out of integrity, being faithful to a 'true-to-life' combination of digicam abilities, photographer's skills and environmental parameters? Being truly artistic, impressing one's audience even if departing substantially from reality? Maximizing the transmission of useful, relevant, specific raster data?

Link | Posted on Feb 4, 2012 at 07:41 UTC as 97th comment
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