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    Re: Moonrise Hernandez 2007

    Kirk it sounds like you are describing either GCR or UCR, which occurs on out of gamut colours. Basically one goes more towards a greyer tone, while the other removes a percentage of the least of four (or six) colours. So one provides a muddier/duller look, while the other provides a slightly shift in colour.

    Ciao!

    Gordon Moat Photography

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    Re: Moonrise Hernandez 2007

    Quote Originally Posted by Kirk Gittings View Post
    Areas of deep flat color. In this case, for instance, a print with red flowers in the foreground where the color saturation has been pushed up to the point where it reaches the limit of the papers color, the tones then flatten out and subtleties of color and tone get lost. It looks like a kind of posterization of the colors that are out of gamut. Does that make sense?
    Yes, thanks, Kirk. I printed Dye Transfers for 50 years so I understand the physics -- it's the current buzzwords that confuse/puzzle me. I presumed that GAMUT had something to do with GAMMA until I looked it up. D'oh!
    Wilhelm (Sarasota)

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    Re: Moonrise Hernandez 2007

    Quote Originally Posted by roteague View Post
    But, you don't use a shovel when a wrench is called for.
    we are talking shovels and shovels - not shovels and wrenchs

    the right camera for the right situation; I don't use by view camera to photograph an Ebay auction. I don't use my dslr to photograph a great scenic or still life.

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    Re: Moonrise Hernandez 2007

    Quote Originally Posted by jetcode View Post
    we are talking shovels and shovels - not shovels and wrenchs

    the right camera for the right situation; I don't use by view camera to photograph an Ebay auction. I don't use my dslr to photograph a great scenic or still life.
    I see what you mean. My reference is only to those situations where both tools are considered the same, when they are not. I use my DSLR mainly for posting to my blog. For travel stuff, I shoot 35mm and for landscapes, I use 4x5.
    Robert M. Teague
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    Re: Moonrise Hernandez 2007

    Quote Originally Posted by roteague View Post
    I see what you mean. My reference is only to those situations where both tools are considered the same, when they are not. I use my DSLR mainly for posting to my blog. For travel stuff, I shoot 35mm and for landscapes, I use 4x5.
    that sounds like a nice set of shovels!

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