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Bonjour Eric
bon j'arrive aprθs le dιjeuner moi et y'a pas ΰ dire.... c'est toujours appιtissant ;o) non seulement l'idιe est excellente mais quand la rιalisation et la qualitι suivent cela donne une belle photo. Superbe
amicalement
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Old 08-01-2006, 02:34 PM
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Default To ctrl_e: Hi Alexander...

Thanks very much for the kind words. Although I do use Photoshop, I'll take it as a compliment- because post production (using Photoshop) should never be obvious in an image. Some people look at Photoshop or other such image software as 'cheating', but in this day and age it's just as an integral part of photography as anything.

Photoshop was used here to adjust contrast, and add the frame. The rich colors are mainly due to the circular polariser.

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>I'll take it as a compliment

Yes it was one :) -- I meant that the walls are so sur-realistic that you can hardly believe that they were actually shot, not somehow copy-pasted.

>this day and age it's just as an integral part of photography as anything.
Me, too. I think that the software processing plays the same role to digital imaging as an own photo lab would to films -- it is normal to use it for retouching, correcting exposure errors, making some natural effects like graininess etc.
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Default Re: To ctrl_e: Hi Alexander...

>I'll take it as a compliment

Yes it was one :) -- I meant that the walls are so sur-realistic that you can hardly believe that they were actually shot, not somehow copy-pasted.

>this day and age it's just as an integral part of photography as anything.

Me, too. I think that the software processing plays the same role to digital imaging as an own photo lab would to films -- it is normal to use it for retouching, correcting exposure errors, making some natural effects like graininess etc.

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