Category: Digital Imaging

Silver Efex Pro? Not For Namibia!

| 26/07/2010 | Comments (5)
Silver Efex Pro? Not For Namibia!

… or how not to run an online shop. To start of with, I have downloaded the trial version and have worked with the software for 15 days. It is very good and a welcome upgrade to Theimagingfactory’s B/W converter, which I have been using happily for quite some years  now. I will write a […]

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Picture a’Day (…) 4 July 2010

| 04/07/2010 | Comments (0)
The Mask

The Mirror Conspiracy or Am I on To Something? Playing around with HDR and Tonal Mapping lately, I am revisiting many of my Namib Desert and Namib Naukluft images, which never made it to the digital darkroom. Not because they are just plain bad, but because mostly there is at least one thing wrong with […]

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Simple Exposure Blending

| 30/06/2010 | Comments (1)
Simple Exposure Blending

More often than not – and more often than we appreciate – we run out of contrast latitude or dynamic range, especially with smaller digital sensors. To help the issue doesn’t always warrant a full blown HDR and/or Tonal Mapping exercise, for which we would want 2-3 properly over- and under-exposed images anyway. I would […]

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