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When can PhotoShop replace good filter use?



Fri 18-Aug-00 04:46 AM

Yes, I'm from a vacation back east with family during my surgery recovery. Doing much better with a new outlook on life after beating kidney cancer. Thanks for your support and emails. It helped more than you know.

OK. Here we go again.
I'm a photographer, mostly conventional. My brother is a computer wiz. After I used a few filters while doing some shooting, nothing fancy, he stated: "Why bother lugging that stuff around, any filter can be recreated in PhotoShop".
I disagreed, but he did a great job of showing me my error.

Can this be? Please help! I can't allow my "younger" brother be right about a area in which I should be an expert. Ahggg! The pain of defeat!!!

Here is the questions:

Can PhotoShop duplicate EVERY conventional filter?
Should we just shoot it natural and apply filters later?

Looking forward to the comments

Enjoy

Robert "Dixie" Trawick

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