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  1. baldaciara

    Cigognes bad process...

    ...my stupidity in post processing image... a bad photo taked by car, went in a wrong picture in excess of post processing ... I let you comments.
  2. At long last, my review of Ichikawa software's "SilkyPix Developer Studio Pro v8" has been published on the "Dear Susan" website. It gives an overview of SilkyPix and it's features and controls, how to use it, and compares the quality of results with Capture One. I have used it for several years on raw files from a number of cameras including Fuji X system, and always found the quality of the results. Please take a look at the article and feel free to leave some feedback over at Dear Susan.
  3. KevinMaschke

    Red-green color blindness question

    Hi everyone! Quick question I have:How do you know if or when your pictures are over saturated?I've been told that for some of my photos and after reviewing them again I do see their point (I still like the picture how it is, but I see what other people mean).I am aware that I have some degree red-green color blindness (as far as I know always had), but honestly can't remember if it is protanopia (red-blindness), protanomaly (red-weakness), deuteranopia (green-blindness), or deuteranomaly (green-weakness).It's just a simple question to know if there is any way to avoid this over saturation (mostly green colors as far as I can tell).Thanks!
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