Linux Tools for Serious Photographers
ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Mon Aug 6 14:30:06 UTC 2012
On Mon, 2012-08-06 at 10:01 -0400, Mike Holstein wrote:
> most photography pro's around here have gone digital, and do pretty
> much the same as the audio pro's... they use digital because its easy
> and the results are "good enough" now... they have the analog gear if
> you want to pay for them to use it.
I guess professional photographers seldom earn their money by
exhibitions, but instead by doing photos for the Internet or magazines.
The magazines usually capture the averaged color impression of all
pictures from the first to the last site of the magazine and then do the
printing with this averaged setting. Internet photos, no comment. For
this "good enough" is ok and I'm aware that this is done, but I've seen
comics and photos that where completely distorted (I know the
originals), because of the printing. More and more bands today make
analog recordings again! All those heavy rock bands with 20 year old
guys, inspired by Black Sabbath, MC5 etc., http://www.cosmiclava.de/ ,
while analog audio equipment is much more expensive today.
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