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Podcast #49 - Dodging and burning in photography

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    A new podcast on dodging and burning your photographs just went up
    http://www.photography.ca/blog/?p=100

    All comments are appreciated! Feel free to leave them here or in the blog itself.

    many thanks!
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    great ... i need help with that...
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    Marko,

    I think you saw through my earlier question about saturation, and managed to tell me what I really needed to know with this podcast. This is good stuff. I had experimented a little with the dodge&burn effects some time ago (using the builtin tools by that name), but that wasn't taking me where I wanted to go. Hearing that you D&B more often than not makes me think I need to give this another shot.

    I'm going to try adjusting the image I was talking about using your method and see what I come up with.

    - Tim

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    I'm going to try adjusting the image I was talking about using your method and see what I come up with.
    That's great mrtim - thanks!

    If you wanted to post before and after pics as a learning tool, I know many people would appreciate that.

    Thx again!

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