LIGHT TEST 2 A.K.A BITE ME

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More light testing and fooling with photoshop to find the least amount of changes to get the effect i need.
remember, document every thing,when it comes to corrections and effects on any editing program in a book,not just in the programs history.

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  • charlie mclenahan

    charlie mclenahan said (6 Feb 2010):

    gosh, reminding me of when I first left my dark room behind for digital. Try not to get too hooked into photoshop for corrections, once you and your camera are in sync you should not need the editing book.

  • R. SPENCER

    R. SPENCER said (6 Feb 2010):

    well ,its quite a bit different with stop motion animation ,even with photoshop edits ,because you'll have to do a lot of painting over the arms that keep some of the pieces a float/ from falling over .

    plus, it's always best to have a light meter and and not base every thing on your cameras meter and still right every thing down from 3:1 /4:1 light ratios, and honestly if it goes beyond self gratification ,and more of a business always , always right down the information ..even if you found a cool one f stop old school camera, that has a cool effect.and you want to reproduce the effect every time.you need to write all that down and finally when it comes to photo shop, it's good to learn every thing you can even over editing something and just experimenting with the program beyond what was taught.... ya also have to understand a lot of older people will hardly touch photoshop because of how complicated they think it is and give to many excuses and bad advice to kids/future photographers, not to use it that often or it's a crutch and your not really a photographer because of how much the person is so called relying on those types of programs....

    sincerely

    vex007

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