Photography podcast #125 features an interview with photographers Darwin Wiggett and Sam Chrysanthou (apologies to Sam for mucking up her name) of oopoomoo.com where we talk about post processing in photography and how much post-processing is too much.
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In this podcast we get into talking about the differences between photographers and digital artists in this changing age where anything seems to go photography-wise. This discussion podcast is inspired by a blog post by Darwin where he asked How Far is too Far? The post refers to Darwin’s photograph of an owl and a swallow shot at the same time, but shot as two separate files that were blended together in Photoshop after capture.
What do you think, did Darwin go too far?
It goes without saying that both Darwin and Sam DO post-process their images but they spend minimal time doing so. They just released an e-book outlining the shortcuts they use to process their images and they rely mostly on Adobe Bridge and Photoshop to do their editing. The book is called 7 Quick & Dirty Processing Shortcuts for Lazy Photographers.
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