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Re: [OM] Would you enter these three images?

Subject: Re: [OM] Would you enter these three images?
From: Bob Whitmire <fujixbob@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2015 11:40:06 -0400
John Paul Caponigro teaches his students to work hot and dial it back. If
you don't push the image, you'll never know where it can go.

--Bob Whitmire
Certified Neanderthal

On Sun, Jun 28, 2015 at 11:04 AM, Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Bob wrote:
> > Aye, I saw it, and I agree the effect can be had (or mostly had) without
> > the new control. That said, I don't much object to the new tool (which I
> > still haven't used), because it _may_ simplify things a bit. Then again,
> it
> > may not. I tend to enjoy that shadow/bloack/highlight/clarity/curves
> stuff.
> > This much is true: the more controls you have, the more options you have
> to
> > reclaim your vision.
> It's a little more than that. I find these various controls to be
> wonderful to just explore options and different interpretations. For
> those of you who pre-visualize the final outcome and use only the
> necessary tools to achieve that outcome, something like this dehaze
> slider is just another widget to ignore.
> But I find it exciting to take an image and just play with the various
> sliders to see what comes up. Sometimes it's bile, but other times it
> ends up being magical. Cranking the slider to +100 has nothing to do
> with final outcome, but it does present a vision of something
> different that I can then use as a guide to achieve a workable final
> image that uses that experiment as a guide to what is possible.
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