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October 22, 2012
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Most of us are quite good at posting the various camera settings used for photos we post to the forum. We often detail the f-stop, shutter speed, focal length, and ISO setting. I, however, frequently edit photos with post processing that change the brightness, contrast, color, and sharpness of a photo. Hopefully, for the better.

I would think that the post processing changes would void any benefit of knowing what the camera settings were at the time of the shot.

Just a thought. Mandrake.

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October 23, 2012
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Perhaps if you are doing post processing you include the original and the finished pic, that way everyone may be able to appreciate a bit more your creation and why you made changes? Just a thought ….

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October 24, 2012
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Good ideas Mandrake and Ian!

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hmmmmm, I’m thinking about it. Just a thought… Mandrake.

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I currently look a bit by moving the topics of the forum and came to this topic. It’s been a while since this was discussed but it seems to me that A Fan-4Eva has a very good point.

When editing and sharing photos both the original and edited photo to submit. The changes we have implemented are then screened for others. Everyone editing a photo to his own understanding. Instructive and perhaps surprising.

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