GB Sports Photographer & The Panasonic LUMIX S1

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28 Sep 2019 5:59PM   Views : 383 Unique : 199

i used to be a fan of photoshop : 327070_1569683335.jpg

, but know i prefer reality: 327070_1569683420.jpg

, of course i still use pos -production but only to correct contrast and light levels.


MentorRon 1 60 Canada
3 Oct 2019 10:18PM
I only "doctored" photos in the early days when digital photography became inexpensive, with Fuji 1 and 2MP cameras. These cameras needed help due to "dust bubbles" (flash too close to lens), and inaccurate colours when not outside in sunshine. Also some cropping as optical viewfinders not accurate and LCD display almost unusable in many lighting situations.

Currently I just need a simple (free) program that lets me do slight rotations and the related crops (horizons, etc.). I like the colours that both my Fujis and Lumix provide "straight from the camera". I have no artistic need to alter what the camera saw. The ONLY exception presently is if I am forced to use ISOs above 800. Then I use another free program to remove grain, but that is a remote occurrence: all my P'n'S cameras being set to a limit of ISO800.

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riobom New Member Portugal
3 Oct 2019 10:49PM
thanks, MentorRon for your comment, ISmile am glad that you are happy with your cameras, me I struggle, with the output of my Cannon, but I hope one day I will afford to buy another camera.

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