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Old 03-09-2008, 11:44   #1 (permalink)
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some advice on processing

Hey guys sorry its been a while but you know how it is these days with work!!
i was just wondering if anyone had any advice on processing my work from raw to tiff so as to acheive the highest pos image quality.
i am currently using f fujifilm s3 pro

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Re: some advice on processing

The first thing is to try different RAW converters. One was probably supplied with your camera, but there are many others. Bear in mind that you can get locked into an expensive upgrade path with some of them, so it's worth investigating before you spend lots of money.

My choice is Bibble Pro which is available on free trial, but I'd recommend looking at the video tutorials before using it.

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Re: some advice on processing

Also save in 16bit tiff for highest quality.
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Re: some advice on processing

Mmmm... well... yes... maybe. But that's necessary only if you want to do second-stage processing that stretches the tonal range. I doubt if anyone could tell the difference between an 8-bit and a 16-bit image in a normal print.
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Yeah, but if you've subtle detail at either end of the tonal range and you want to bring that out, then saving as a 16 bit image is the first (and essential) step
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