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Old 1st March 2018
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Re: What's wrong with these pictures?

Originally Posted by alfbranch View Post
PP may well be an important part of many photos especially many B&W shots taken on 10X8" plate shots.
Some of my earliest memories are of 'helping' my Father in his darkroom. I used to marvel at watching the image appear and the care my Father took 'holding back' some areas to make the best use of the dynamic range in the negative. I realised that there is far more information in a negative (or a RAW file) than can be satisfactorily rendered in a print (or on a screen), so 'dodging' and 'burning' remain second nature to me in the digital age.
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