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You Be The Judge D/100 Curves Etc.

vfnewman

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Wed 27-Nov-02 02:31 PM

I'm completely with Preston here. There is no silver bullet. I leave the "tone" on my D100 to normal and make final adjustments in PS.

By no means do I claim to be an expert at PS, but I have read a great deal of what Bruce Fraser has written, particularly his book "Real World Photoshop". He has a large section devoted to working with curves, and the time I spent reading that yielded an enormous return.

I make frequent use of the camera's histogram and highlight feature to make sure I'm not blowing out or grossly underexposed, and take care of the rest later.


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