The Next Revolution in Photography Is Coming

Posted: August 29, 2015 in Uncategorized
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  1. john4jack says:

    If you are a photographer, you owe it to yourself to read this. Jack

  2. pathdoc70 says:

    Mike I cannot read this, see below. Thanks Mike O’Brien

    Sent from my iPhone 5s

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  3. The Traveling Photographer says:

    Thanks for this post, Mike. Fascinating and scary in a way. This remark in the article really made me think: “Digital capture quietly but definitively severed the optical connection with reality, that physical relationship between the object photographed and the image that differentiated lens-made imagery and defined our understanding of photography for 160 years.” Keep up the interesting posts, Mike

  4. barbhodes says:

    MIKE, WOW. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS INFO. You were before the time. Smart Photo Editor, etc. is right on. I downloaded Smart Photo Editor and am having a ball using it. Barb Hodes

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    • john4jack says:

      Barb mentioning Smart Photo Editor reminded me to mention that if you are on a Mac and use a color space of ProPhoto RGB in Photoshop 2015 CC, you may get color shifts when what you see on the Smart Photo interface comes back to PS as a layer. Switching to Adobe RGB (1998) can sometimes fix this.

  5. barbhodes says:

    john
    Thanks for the tip.Would it make a difference if I downloaded SmartPhoto Editor as aSt and alone?
    i use mac and Potoshop 2015 cc. Barb

    • john4jack says:

      Barb – if you use Smart Photo Editor as a stand alone, you will drag a file into it. Then after you have done your work it will be saved back to your HD where your files are stored. Going that route creates no color shifts. However, I think that for most us, we will not notice a significant difference inside of PS if we use Adobe RGB (1998) as our color space rather than ProPhoto RGB.

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