Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/01/16

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Subject: [Leica] re: digital treadmill
From: abridge at (Adam Bridge)
Date: Mon Jan 16 10:09:51 2006
References: <DC4B73A4105FCE4FAE0CEF799BF84B366BA9BC@case-email>

How is step (3) different in terms of manipulation between the two cases?

Is it that darkroom manipulation is physical in nature whereas
manipulation of an image on the computer is less so?

I agree that it's possible to use Photoshop or some other program to
do things to an image that are completely impossibe in the darkroom or
to do things that are just very hard. But I think most people who post
to this list do on the computer the same things that they'd do in the
darkroom, just in a different way.

Adam Bridge

On 1/16/06, David Rodgers <> wrote:
> Feli,
> Once upon a time photography was, 1) see something interesting, 2) take
> a picture, 3) make the best print of it you can.
> The trend in photography seems to be 1) see anything, 2) take a picture,
> 3) use a computer to make it interesting.
> Maybe what some people are still calling photography ought to be called
> digography.
> >>Take a look at this program, for a peek at cutting edge image
> manipulation technology. The color correction tools offered in this
> package are light years ahead of anything in PS.
> <<
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