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RAW Magic

One of the most frustrating yet useful aspects of digital photography, is shooting in the RAW file format. The frustrating part is that RAW files will always lack contrast, saturation and sharpening and absolutely require post-processing. This is why when you look at RAW files after downloading them that you often are disappointed in your […]

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shart@filertel.comApril 14, 2012 - 2:05 pm

Thanks for posting! Easy to follow and understand. Thanks!

HDR-Managing Tough Exposures

  High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography has become very popular over the past few years. The HDR technique is used to create photos that express the entire range of visual tones without the contrast limitations inherent in the camera. Thus, it creates an image much closer to that which is seen by the eye. These […]

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Shari HartMarch 19, 2012 - 12:08 pm

Thank you, Neal,for you help and telling me about your & Alex’s page!!

awsmithMarch 19, 2012 - 11:20 pm

Hey Shari,

Thanks for the comment. We hope the information we post here will be useful. If there is any sort of topics you might be interested in learning more about please let us know and we will incorporate them into our posts. Got one coming out this week on RAW processing so stay tuned.

Take Care!


Successful Sharpening

One of the easiest editing steps to help enhance your photography and take it to a higher level is basic sharpening. Now we are not going to get into the infamous RAW vs. JPEG file format debate, however, both file formats can benefit from some basic sharpening techniques to give the image that crisp, clear […]

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JimDecember 22, 2013 - 8:25 am

I just wanted to say somewhere that I’m probably not the only person who has read through most of what you have published here. I know it took time to do all this so I felt someone should say thanks… so THANKS. 🙂

Another dimension to sensors

Almost everyday we hear of some breakthrough in digital technology that takes our breath away and leaves us salivating to get that technology now!  Samsung announced a new technology that holds great promise for how we capture images. Samsung, or rather Samsung’s Advanced Institute of Technology, has created what they claim is the first CMOS […]

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