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tengpathy

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Rashkae

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Why not ask the photographers themselves?

That being said, those images just look desaturated. Can set in-camera. The phone Booth one looks slightly cross-processed, you can look at the digital darkroom section for how to do this in Photoshop.

Blur was also added to the edges.
 

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catchlights

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Erm hi everyone. i'm not sure if this is correct place to post ;p

i was looking around for some picture and i came across this few

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i just want to know if all these picture color are set inside the camera itself or by using photoshop ?
anyone want to enlighten me ?
thanks =D
first and third pix are shot on film, see the tag,

Google "urban acid" for photoshop
 

tengpathy

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So these photo are either photoshop or shot by using film.

can canon dslr without photoshop produce this type of effect that near there ?
 

Rashkae

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For 1 and 3, yes. Reduce saturation like I said. For 2, you need to get your hands dirty.

Remember, a dslr is designed to give you as much control in post process as possible, and not do everything for you.
 

avsquare

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For 1 and 3, yes. Reduce saturation like I said. For 2, you need to get your hands dirty.

Remember, a dslr is designed to give you as much control in post process as possible, and not do everything for you.
why would you consider #2 "getting yourself dirty"? especially with your last sentence which summarize the essence and the "right attitude" towards post processing :dunno:

IDK, I just get the idea that there are some people that hates PP-ed pictures to the core :confused:
 

Rashkae

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avsquare said:
why would you consider #2 "getting yourself dirty"? especially with your last sentence which summarize the essence and the "right attitude" towards post processing :dunno:

IDK, I just get the idea that there are some people that hates PP-ed pictures to the core :confused:
I said "get your hands dirty" not "get yourself dirty". In the English language, "getting your hands dirty" is a common expression that means "do some work".

In other words you did not understand what I typed.
 

avsquare

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I said "get your hands dirty" not "get yourself dirty". In the English language, "getting your hands dirty" is a common expression that means "do some work".

In other words you did not understand what I typed.
Hmm. I see, indeed I misinterpreted what you've typed. I admit my command of English is lousy :bsmilie:

My bad.
 

catchlights

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So these photo are either photoshop or shot by using film.

can canon dslr without photoshop produce this type of effect that near there ?
may you can try shoot with iphone,
but even you shoot it with iphone, you still need to download some app to post process it.
 

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