Just bought my wife a Pixel 6a phone.
From all reports they output reasonably good pics, albeit heavily worked over in phone.
It seems it is also possible to export photos as DNG files.
I'm wondering if the DNG file is going to be minus all the in-phone tuning and whether it would be simpler to...
I have a nice Canon EOS650 fitted with a 35 -80mm zoom. It takes really nice images. I do the processing myself and then scan them at 4800dpi using my Canon 3000f flatbed scanner.
I have just processed two rolls of film and are very disappointed. This one of my previous images take a few weeks...
as I have a good tax rebate I decided to update my M5 Mk2 to the Mk3 as people are telling me it's a good upgrade.
I didn't think to check about software however, and as I use a standalone version of Lightroom 6.14, it seems the RAW files aren't supported.
I'm aware there's a free...
Start Date 4 Jan, 2022, 14.30 GMT
End Date 7 Jan 2022, 14.30 GMT
Herewith, the second Digital Darkrrom Challenge of 2022.
A digital image editing/processing challenge. The rules are here. Please read them.
The basic idea is the challenge host provides a source image and participants process...
(last edited December 18, 2021)
Digital Darkroom Derby Rules:
The Host will provide one or more images to use as the primary basis for submissions, as well as a closing time for entries (approximately 60-hours).
Participants should post their entries at a resolution of 1000 to 1600 pixels in...
While cleaning out a cabinet during this stay home stay safe period, I found this roll of unprocessed film.
I think the local CVS or Walgreens will send it out to be processed, but I read that they no longer return the negatives. Just prints and scans!
Does anyone know if this is true...
Every now and again, I’ll just go off the deep end on a portrait and just let myself go crazy with the post processing.
this started out as an iPhone11 portrait mode shot and found its way through Snapseed, Hipstamatic Tintype.
just experimenting and having fun.
Shot this today at Peebles Island: crow waaaaaay up in a tree and heavily backlit.
So I ran it through DXO 11's backlighting correction:
then sky enhancement from Luminar 3:
I think I like the result.
I'm a newcomer to Leica Place, and a returner after many years to shooting b&w with my Leica M3.
I want to send/take my films (Ilford XP2) off for processing (C41) & scanning to cd, but it seems after some googling that this is going to cost the best part of £20 per roll, which simply doesn't...