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  • Re: color calibration monitor

    Try this site, check out the downloads section and 'monitor'. You can download a test strip for your desktop which will help gauge the correct luminance for your monitor. Just keep it on all the time as your desktop.
    http://www.eci.org/doku.php?id...
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  • Re: Black / White point confusion

    It's interesting to know, I have also tended to work files at 0% / 100% up until I came across preparing files for the library. They tend to look better on screen but in my experience when CMYK conversions and different papers ( dot gain etc ) come into...
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  • Re: How to have the widest and the richest graysca



    Yep, lots of egos, I worked as a freelance fashion assistant for many years in London and worked with many of them. The worlds best photographers (or at least the ones shooting all the campaigns) are either extremely technical...
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  • Re: Black / White point confusion

    When I am retouching I always have black point/white point targets set and generally two more for skin tones so I can keep an eye on the file. When you deliver a file to your clients do you keep detail in black/white or do you let them go.... 0% / 100%...
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  • Re: How to have the widest and the richest graysca

    exactly, but so much emphasize (from the start of digital shooting) has been put on not blowing out the highlights, that most people tend to underexpose too much..... a mistake! A quick look at the histogram (whilst shooting) will save...
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  • Re: How to have the widest and the richest graysca

    just to butt in a little. You can probably download Phocus from Hasselblad to trial, which will open your .fff files.
    On the subject of Nikon v Hasselblad, in my mind their is no comparison file wise. I used a canon eos1ds mark...
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  • snapperanton
    started a topic Black / White point confusion

    Black / White point confusion

    Hello,

    Maybe somebody can put my mind at rest here. I am a photographer and do most of my post production apart from major retouch.

    I have been asked to submit a quantity of images to a library and they have specified 1% /99% black and white points. I realise that spectral...
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  • snapperanton
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    Re: clipping question

    but wouldn't you think that any specular highlights should stay at 0% anyway. I realise that the technique I mention will send them to 1% but, as you mention, might not work out for the rest of the image. I think that if there are any obvious specular highlights...
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  • snapperanton
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    Re: clipping question

    yes, all of them. I guess it's because they have no idea where the images will end up, so it allows them/the client to adjust the images for their press etc ...... I presume.

    It does sum up to a slightly flat image though! Also, it must be the case...
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  • snapperanton
    started a topic clipping question

    clipping question

    Hi.

    I am a photographer and have been asked to submit a lot of images to a library, they specify among many things that the black and white points should be 99% and 1% resp. There are many ways to achieve this, many time consuming ones placing targets and watching info dialogues etc BUT...
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  • Re: Newbie:Sharing previous retouched photos and need update on dodge and burn technique.

    Hi Ena

    I am a photographer and have worked with many retouchers to ahieve subtle results I couldn't behind the mac myself, although I am starting to improve gradually. Thanks to Katrin...
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  • snapperanton
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    Re: Black/White Point

    Having experimented I now realise those settings would do the opposite and more likely setting to ´0´would help more?
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  • snapperanton
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    Re: Black/White Point

    Aha! Interesting. so If I wanted a max white/black point of 1% / 99% would the settings then be 1.00 % in shadows and highlights?
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  • snapperanton
    started a topic Black/White Point

    Black/White Point

    Not sure if this is best forum for this thread ?

    I am a photographer and have been asked to submit digital files (from RAW files) to a picture agency, they specify a max white point / black point of 99% / 1%.

    Is there an easy way of changing the settings in PS, so it...
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  • snapperanton
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    Re: more lens flare

    I really like the 'color replacement tool', never used it before. Works great on the background, thanks for introducing me to it.

    Have also found the odd 'flare' spot in the clothing, have attached a couple of examples. Any ideas for this one??...
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