Throw away your ND grad filters
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23-09-11, 06:06 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: East Devon
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When it comes down to it, does it matter which process you use? It's the end images that important is it not.
Absolutely but I think it is a healthy debate and great that Paul has shared what he has found works for him this I am sure is useful to photographers at all levels.
Getting the right exposure in post processing kinda takes away the fun out of the whole experience.
At the end of the day different photographers will choose to work differently, I do a lot more post processing than I used to not because I don't try to get it right in camera but because I know how to now and I think it is great the amount of control that you have especially with RAW, you can zoom, preview and use the histogram as much as you want but you won't fully understand what the shot is like until you see it on the big screen
Unlike Cathus I never got to develop my own prints primarily due to lack of funds and somewhere to do it, if I was doing film photography now then I would certainly be having go and would probably be experimenting with various techniques and chemicals as he did
Great videos by the way Paul and thanks for taking the time and trouble to make them.
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