Subject: Re: raw 3.1 professional custom profiles for highend digital cameras
There is a fractal quality to data capture in digital. Self-similarity at different scales. The data clumping exists at a stop (or zone) to stop comparison as it exists for the entire dynamic range.
The advice to darken the midtones then has similar connotations at every ∆2x change in brightness. This advice may be valid for capture, but for printing, not so good.
The capture is the score, the print the performance, if I may be permitted a variation on the Adams statement about negs vs prints.
I share the concern over the lack of precision in being able to set the highlight point. The resolution requirements demand a linear setting capability, yet we are stuck with log setting.
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