Tag: post processing

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Adobe demonstrates two new features: Time of Day and Dehaze

A few days ago, at Adobe Max 2014, Adobe introduced two very interesting features which are based on innovative algorithms and require only a minimum of user input. As the name suggests, the first feature, Time of Day, allows the user to change the time of day in the photo. The lighting and the colors ...

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Foveon Workflow: How to Improve High-ISO-Usability?

Everyone has heard of the Foveon sensor being rather unsuitable for situations that demand high sensitivities. The higher you go with ISO, the less remains of the amazing sharpness. This is why many perfectionists use their Sigma cameras in the sensitivity range from ISO 100 to 400 and in the rarest cases to a maximum ...

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Tip: How far may image editing go?

I found a very interesting article today on kwerfeldein.de (german): "Where does image editing begin and where does it end?" The entire editorial team discusses the boundaries of image editing, the point at which harmless retouching turns into manipulation. In a time where we build our opinions from photos or assume them for certain ideals ...

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The new JPEG 9 Standard: Compression without loss of image quality?

Up to now the opinions about JPEG format differed. Beginners were quite happy with the compactness of files as well as the fact that they’re already “developed” and ready to be printed right away. On the other hand, serious photographers weren’t interested in working with limited processing options, i.e. it is very hard to change ...