Tag Archives for " Post processing "

Mar 30

#985. “We’ll fix it in post.”

By Paul Perton | Opinion

Software for photographers continues to evolve, we’re told. Yet, the current releases of the mainstream apps stubbornly refuse to get better at doing the critical things, in much the same way camera manufacturers still don’t ship their products with on-board GPS, despite the marketplace endlessly asking to be able to automate this otherwise important, yet […]

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Dec 13

#677. London in B&W

By pascaljappy | How-To

Before we start :     There will always be two camps on any topic. If recent history has shown us something, it’s that not acting to defend progress has always let greed and distrust rule the day. There’s not much we can do from Europe but if you’re in the US and still on […]

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May 31

#601. Once upon a post processor

By Paul Perton | Opinion

    If you were half as angry with Apple abandoning Aperture as I was, then any kind of rant about the subject is likely to still be quite acceptable. So, there we all were, Aperture users as one, looking for an alternative. Something friendly, useful, predictable, understandable and most of all, not still in […]

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