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    Ore Separation Mill Wall, Kennecott, Alaska, 2018. Pentax 645z, DFA 55mm lens, f/5.6 at 1/400.

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    Interesting!

    Is the color straight out of camera or PS aided?
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    Very much like this one--anybody who can make a drip/dry anhinga look "artistic" has some skilz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CreationBear View Post
    Very much like this one--anybody who can make a drip/dry anhinga look "artistic" has some skilz.
    Thank you CB!
    It was a unique weather day at the marsh on Tuesday when I went out to shoot. Thick afternoon fog, warm air and a drizzle every now and then. The birds were in the ponds except for this guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    Interesting!

    Is the color straight out of camera or PS aided?
    Assuming you’re commenting on my photo...

    That question makes about as much sense to me as asking whether the color is just like it was on a color negative.

    I start with raw images and “develop” them. And then I target the image to what I want it to look like when displayed, just as we have always done. But I rarely add saturation, or need much sharpening when using the big Pentax. I do usually work on macro and microcontrast, though, and often correct color balance (not so for this image that I recall).

    None of my Alaska images went through Photoshop, by the way. I used DXO Photolab, which is more raw processor than editor. There is very little spot editing.

    It seems to me the most important lesson of the Zone System is making sure the exposure and development place the tones of the scene where we visualize them. I follow that principle when making raw digital exposures—I don’t necessarily need or want the image to look good on the camera’s display, but I do want the histogram to be contained in the exposure. I can then adjust its shape during processing and targeting (printing), just as we have always done.

    Rick “that wall was in open shade in a train car loading area” Denney

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    Thank you

    Nice color!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    Thank you

    Nice color!
    Thanks, Randy. The colors everywhere there were wonderful, even on gray days. That red oxide paint may peel and bubble, but it does not seem to fade.

    Rick “setting up a new computer—guaranteed all-nighter” Denney

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