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Postby meryl » Tue Mar 04, 2003 8:46 pm

I appreciate the thoroughness of your review of color correction
software out there. At least now we know how your work
compares with others on the market.

I subscribe to a free Photoshop newsletter that I read regularly.
I think you might enjoy it too. Archival copies can be accessed.
It is published through the George Lepp Institute of Photography
in Los Osos, California.

www.timgrey.com The Digital Image or Digital Darkroom Questions

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I, too, appreciate Heim's article on color correction

Postby dixonjimjpd » Tue Mar 04, 2003 10:18 pm

Tim Grey and the Lepp Institute are setting some high standards for the photo/print/computer/electronic image manipulation followers.

I hope graphicsgalaxy.com and Harald Heim can continue to provide affordable products that actually produce what they claim. So far, I am putting $$ in his pocket because I like what I see. I look forward to them becoming even more user-friendly, fast and improving my final photo products!

As a newcomer to Photoshop and Print Shop Pro, the learning curve is very steep. As with most new photographers, I am more interested in creating an effect than learning all the steps needed to produce it. If I were in the latter category, I would have majored in computer software and and be writing my own.

Instead, I'd rather create the effects in my images and get back out there earning some $$ with my camera.

One bit of advice I received: "You can be a photographer and business man and make $$, or you can work in the darkroom (including digital darkroom) and play with images over and over."

The question involves creativity with photography as well as making $$ by building a business. There must be a balance. Sorry for preaching.
Jim Dixon
San Antonio, Texas

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Postby HaraldHeim » Wed Mar 05, 2003 12:22 am

Thanks for the tip about Tim Grey and the Lepp web site. Looks interesting.


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