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On 09/04/2019 at 09:49, wiskerke said:

And I don't think it's mainly meant for the LR users, because Photoshop users have also felt the need to produce much more saturated and contrasty images because we're now mainly working for the screen. Because even when images will end up on the page, they're picked from a screen.

 

wim

 

Very very important. Pleasing colour and contrast geared to the medium used at presentation time.

In the days of film one reason we used to shoot 6X7 and 4X5 transparencies because they would pop off the light table, at decision time, amongst all those small 35MM.

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56 minutes ago, Bill Brooks said:

In the days of film one reason we used to shoot 6X7 and 4X5 transparencies

...and many careers were made on the back of Fuji Velvia, particularly in Landscape & Travel

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Thanks Everyone!

 

The comments and discussion have provided invaluable insight!

 

Thanks,

Mark

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