Would anyone be up for this?
Basically, someone posts a raw image they like, preferably in a standardised dng format, and people have a crack at processing it any way they please.
The idea being that it might educate people about processing and have a bit of fun with it/trying something new.
It doesn't have to be a competition per se, it could just be a way of showing a different eye.
Yeah, I'm keen.
Cool. I'll update the first post with a download link to a RAW later today.
This sounds like fun. It's something I definitely need more practise with.
In. Though I've no idea
RAW sounds awesome
Cool. I'll have a rummage for something.
Right here's a link to a raw file:
Have at it.
Not sure I quite get this but sounded like a good thing (so gently does it, eh?). Looking for that 'Sixties postcard printing feel.
Nice one for getting involved.
I just edited the jpeg on this. can explain what was done if anyone's interested
I'll give this a go tomorrow, if would be good to show the original here I think
damn your highlights all to hell
Off topic. Sorry but this thread inspired me to learn Photoshop so have downloaded the 7 day free trial. Seems adobe want a monthly subscription of a tenner to keep using it. Is there another way to download it or buy it with a one off payment?
Yes, none of them legal... But you can effectively run something to make Adobe think you run a subscription. Based off the free trial.
Download a copy of CS5 or CS6 maybe? Before they went CC Subscription based
Someone please upload a new file to play with.
Thanks @Buckaroo and @PhilDAS CS5/6 sounds like a plan
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