Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2010/11/23

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Subject: [Leica] AARRGGHHH!!
From: hopsternew at (Geoff Hopkinson)
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 11:28:57 +1000
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Mark, in this instance, Tina is talking about correcting an issue across
multiple files. If some were Hero shots then certainly you can edit further
in detail with the superb Ps tools.
The error is similar or identical in every frame, making it an ideal
candidate (like dust spotting)  to synchronise across all of them as a
starting point to be refined.
Both global and local adjustments can be applied en masse if required, which
can be a very large productivity gain. So is working non-destructively.
Don't be afraid, expand your Photoshop mindset into the Raw era!


On 24 November 2010 10:07, Mark Rabiner <mark at> wrote:

> If you open the file in full Photoshop.
> Do a save as.
> Not only is what you then not destructive -
> It's productive.
> And doing a save as is something many people do as a matter of course when
> they do just about anything. I do it when I ask directions on the street
> corner. After I get their name and google them of course. I need references
> before I get them.
> --------------------
> Mark William Rabiner
> Photography
> mark at
> Cars:
> > From: Geoff Hopkinson <hopsternew at>
> > Reply-To: Leica Users Group <lug at>
> > Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 07:29:43 +1000
> > To: Leica Users Group <lug at>
> > Subject: Re: [Leica] AARRGGHHH!!
> >
> > Tina, while the more traditional Photoshop tools can be used with
> facility
> > of course, I recommend that you stick to the tools available when working
> > with the Raw file. (Camera Raw or Lightroom). Obviously the largest
> > advantage is that the edits are non-destructive, but you also have an
> option
> > to synchronise the correction over multiple images too. The local
> adjustment
> > that you develop may not be ideal for every file  but it's likely to be a
> > good starting point (since the area affected will be similar in every
> > exposure).
> >
> > Cheers
> > Geoff
> >
> >

Replies: Reply from mark at (Mark Rabiner) ([Leica] AARRGGHHH!!)
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