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    Default Re: Post Production

    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    just learn and practice along the way, things you learnt and not being use for some time, you will forget it.
    I second this.

    Sometimes after learning some cool tricks in Photoshop, I forgot how to use them....because I haven't used them in a while.

    But 1 problem I face, is I don't know what photoshop can do. It's a very powerful software with very strange names for their functions. So I take a long time browsing Google to find an article to teach me to do the effect that I want.
    The best things in life are free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yutaka Go View Post
    If you think before you shoot, photos produce by the DSLR should be very high quality and don't need a lot of PP.

    I do very little or no PP on my photos even though I don't use a DSLR
    Quote Originally Posted by Yutaka Go View Post
    I am not saying PP is not good, I am just trying to let TS know that not all photos need to do PP
    So don't go on the defensive mode
    You are over sensitive
    People get defensive because your statement above (in red) is insinuating that people who does PP do not think before they shoot.

    Octarine is not overly sensitive. You should read your statement again and think what your words meant.

    Looks like you think before you shoot, but do not think before you write(talk). Well done.

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    I have photoshop 2, 3, 4 & 5 but still i'm using the basic adjustment
    No need to read manual one lar

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    Default Re: Post Production

    Quote Originally Posted by Yutaka Go View Post
    I am not saying PP is not good, I am just trying to let TS know that not all photos need to do PP
    So don't go on the defensive mode
    You are over sensitive
    I'm not defensive at all but your earlier statement is very generalizing and therefore misleading. The term 'quality' can have many different references that you simply ignore here. As I mentioned earlier: if your pictures straight from camera are close to what you consider 'final image' then that's perfectly fine. Your personal choice that I respect. But to make that a criteria saying "If you think before shooting then you don't need PP" then this is short-sighted. Examples are given but not exhaustive.
    Last edited by Octarine; 29th July 2010 at 12:03 PM.
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