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Old 21st January 2013, 10:14   #31
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While the images are top class, post processing is really obvious. Is in't it a skill to do post processing in a way so we don't see it while appreciating the image?

Congrats to him & wish him to conquer more heights.
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Taking pictures against the Sun & making it excel is no mean feat. I feel that he is more comfortable with blazing sun! Will suit his new position at Middle East

The attitude will certainly help him. Best wishes!
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Old 6th March 2013, 21:55   #33
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Arun's latest shots.

Improved, eh?

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Some of Arun's new works

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Great Pictures by Arun. I am happy that he has reached TG. There is no doubt that his pictures can blow away anyone's mind. I wish him all the best !

I really feel that, during these times post processing of a photo has also become an important part of photography. As time passes by I feel there will be no natural photographs available. It will be all processed and edited photographs that we would see and sometimes I do really miss seeing the non-processed, natural pics.


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I feel he has to retain some realism in the pics. For example, how was this shot, by a guy running backwards on the white wall on the side, at the same speed as the car?

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I really feel that, during these times post processing of a photo has also become an important part of photography. As time passes by I feel there will be no natural photographs available. It will be all processed and edited photographs that we would see and sometimes I do really miss seeing the non-processed, natural pics.
There are no natural pictures, it never existed. Even during the film era, the photos were post-processed in the lab. Even pics by Ansel Adams were heavily post-processed. Every pic you have ever seen in any newspaper or magazine underwent post-processing. When you gave the film roll to the lab, they post-process it to their taste, unless you gave them specific instructions. In the digital era, if you are a jpeg shooter, your pics were post-processed by the camera. Raw shooters have to do it themselves.
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There are no natural pictures, it never existed. Even during the film era, the photos were post-processed in the lab. Even pics by Ansel Adams were heavily post-processed. Every pic you have ever seen in any newspaper or magazine underwent post-processing. When you gave the film roll to the lab, they post-process it to their taste, unless you gave them specific instructions. In the digital era, if you are a jpeg shooter, your pics were post-processed by the camera. Raw shooters have to do it themselves.
Anyways, I have never till now done post processing in any of the photos that I have taken. But I really understand the need of post processing.

I strongly feel that now a days the digital world is relying much on it. Pics are far from real.

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Anyways, I have never till now done post processing in any of the photos that I have taken.
The camera did the post-processing for you. You won't get to see the picture unless it is post-processed.

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I strongly feel that now a days the digital world is relying much on it. Pics are far from real.
This is the real crux of the matter. A picture can be post-processed to look real or unreal. These pics are mostly fantasy kind, unreal.
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The camera did the post-processing for you. You won't get to see the picture unless it is post-processed.
Hahaha. I never meant that kind of Camera post-processing.

I always meant the touch-ups done by some processing software's like CS4, and never saw this one coming.

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