Le 25 sept. 2014 à 17:34, C.H.Ling <ch_photo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> Posterization may not be seen in histogram, it is localized on part of the
> picture while the histogram shows pixel distribution of the whole picture.
> The posterization may be minor but I found it at first sight.
Sight is the key word here - plasticine look - Barbie swirling around ;-)
Love it all the same
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Chuck Norcutt"
>> If there's posterization it's pretty minor. If I load it into PS and view
>> the histogram (even by individual color channel) there's nothing that jumps
>> out at me.
>> And, by the way, Ken, I liked those severely punished pixels.
>> Chuck Norcutt
>> On 9/24/2014 7:20 PM, C.H.Ling wrote:
>>> Nice! I like the color and tone. It seems to have some posterization,
>>> don't know if this can be avoided.
>>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Ken Norton" <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>>>> Enough of the tie dye stuff. Here is an artistic shot from a photo
>>>> shoot last year that the model has finally signed off on.
>>>> Processed as a combination of Lightroom and Picasa. This is a heavily
>>>> cropped shot from the Panasonic DMC-L1. I think the lens was the
>>>> Oh, and Chuck, the pixels have been severely punished, so don't expect
>>>> to figure out the quality of the lens, sensor, yada yada.
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