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2southwacker


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2southwacker Registered since 03rd Apr 2007
Fri 06-Apr-07 03:46 PM

Having shot color film until 6 months ago when I got my D200, I'm having trouble getting pictures that "pop." I know film is more forgiving and more lush (I always underexposed a bit to make colors more vibrant). My digital shots look pallid, pale and wan. Histograms show exposure is correct, pics are not flat, just not colorful enough.
Has anyone else had trouble moving away from film? More info that may help get an answer: I shoot in RAW, use camera raw with PS, print on a Canon IPF5000.

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