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Thread: Processing Challenge: Nikon D800 file

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    Re: Processing Challenge: Nikon D800 file

    This was interesting primarily because it reminded me how much information is lost when you aren't the one behind the camera at the moment of capture. Also, for all my hoops and loops, the PS version is only marginally "better" than what came straight out of C1.



    I processed first in C1 with some white balance, 10 clarity, levels adjustment on a linear response curve. Then to PS CS5. A grab of the Layers panel gives some clues to the various steps.


    Thanks for the opportunity to play with a D800 file!

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    Re: Processing Challenge: Nikon D800 file

    what? no keystone correction?

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    Re: Processing Challenge: Nikon D800 file

    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    what? no keystone correction?
    But it is a wooden building...

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    Re: Processing Challenge: Nikon D800 file

    With Keystone corrected...

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    Re: Processing Challenge: Nikon D800 file

    >With Keystone corrected

    Pumped it up :-)
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    Re: Processing Challenge: Nikon D800 file

    Come on with more processing alternative.
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    Re: Processing Challenge: Nikon D800 file

    My poor attempt:


    Using ACR (process 2010) for pretty much everything including the custom B&W conversion, just some light tonality work in PS to give it some life, then my sepia reciepe from Silver Efex Pro 2 that I use on my project work. Have to admit, I processed it as I'm seeing things at the moment, with a more contemplative eye...
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    Re: Processing Challenge: Nikon D800 file

    It looks like my Dream House.

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