Pre-Raphaelite fine art? (nsfw)

Irv_b

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pre raph 1.jpg
I had a studio session based on the pre-raphaelite paintings with Linhof 5x4 and some slide film. I shot 10 exposures while the digital guys shot over a hundred on avg. Developed by Peak Imaging as I'm not brave enough to do E6
 

David M

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Well done. It's good to see some different subject matter on the forum.
(I'm afraid I don't understand 'nsfw'. Probably missed something due to lockdown.)
 

Keith Haithwaite

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NSFW. adjective. abbreviation for not safe for work: used when sharing internet material that should only be looked at in private because it contains some things, for example pictures of naked people, that could be offensive: Warning: many links in this post are NSFW.

From: Cambridge Dictionary
 

Ian Grant

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Irv, one think IvoryFlame :D Well done.

Not sure about the scan seems rather flat, which won't be the film.

Ian
 

Irv_b

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Yes it is Ivory Flame (Holly) and what a great model she is. I have shot her on some other occasions on medium format.
I agree about the scan but when my hard drive went not long ago so did the version of Lightroom I had and I am trying to get to grips with Darktable but it's not so intuitive or good.
Does anyone pay for Lightroom/Photoshop monthly and is it worth it for the occasional times and limited functions I would use?
 

David M

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Why not look at Affinity Photo? You can try it free and after that it's not expensive and you don't have to pay ransom money.
 

Ian Grant

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For years (since 2004) I've used Paintshop Pro Version 9, the company was bought by Corel, at last there's a new version I like Paintshop Pro 2021 which I bought around 2 weeks ago.

I've also used Corel Draw since version 3 in the mid 1990's which come with PhotoPaint, this gives me the opportunity to get special offers and upgrades at very reasonable prices. I've found After Shot 3 Pro is excellent (for RAW images) and BenVista Photo Zoom Pro 8 brilliant for resizing.

Ian
 
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