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Question for photography buffs

Discussion in 'Camera and Photography Tips' started by Beki, Jun 9, 2013.

  1. Beki

    Beki Good Dog Premium Member

    So, total bummer. I'm trying to view and edit some pictures I took and from camera to monitor, they look fuzzy and super pixilated. What's up with that?
     
  2. PocketPal

    PocketPal Big Dog

    Beki,
    check and see the Quality of the image on your camera. Go To your >Menu and look for Quality. Select > Fine/Large ...and/or RAW (if you shoot RAW).

    -j
     
  3. Beki

    Beki Good Dog Premium Member

    Thanks PP!
    Can I ask, what are your thoughts on Photoshop EL 12 editing program?
    I'm sure you are beyond this with what you do, but still, I wonder what your thoughts are on this program?
     
  4. PocketPal

    PocketPal Big Dog

    I'm biased to Adobe cause i'm invested in them since the early 90's ;-D but conflict of interest aside, adobe products are packaged well. I'm not sure how much of a digital-ingenue you are but there are plenty of free-ware out there that you can use if you wish to save a few bucks. Also, i strongly suggest you get the educational-discount if possible.

    This is from Digital Photography Review


    Exceptional Mobility
    “Our customers have a lot of photos and videos, and they love to use their home computers to organize them and be creative, but they also want the freedom and flexibility to view, edit and share on their mobile devices,” said Lea Hickman, vice president products, Creative Consumer Business, Adobe. “Photoshop Elements 12 and Premiere Elements 12 will provide customers with the best of both worlds, quickly, easily and at their discretion.”
    Easily Create and Share Sensational Photos with Photoshop Elements 12 with new features and tools that include:

    • Mobile Access - With Elements Mobile Albums, customers always have access to their precious memories. Powered by Adobe® Revel™, people can view, edit and share their photos and videos seamlessly on their smartphones, tablets and desktop devices whether at home or on-the-go.
    • Content-Aware Move - This exclusive Adobe technology lets customers easily move objects within a photo and automatically fills in resulting empty spaces.
    • Pet Eye Correction - Added in response to customer requests, Pet Eye provides an easy solution to the problem of flash reflection in animals’ eyes, which is not addressed by Red Eye correction technology.
    • Auto Smart Tone – Exclusive intelligent software that learns a customer’s editing preferences, resulting in one-click adjustments based on their choices, which gets better the more you use it.
    • Quick Frames, Effects and Textures – One-click photo frames, effects and textures, inspired by the most popular looks customers have been creating in Expert mode.
    • Guided Edits - Step-by-step instructions to create Zoom Burst and Photo Puzzle effects, as well as Restore Old Photo, which enable users to restore damaged or old photos.
    • Straighten Tool - Now fills in missing edges through the use of exclusive Content-Aware technology.
    • Share to Twitter – Share a photo with a tweet on Twitter.
    • 64-bit support for Mac – Allows for more efficient use of your computers’ built in memory, maximizing performance and enabling larger image files and videos to be edited quickly.
     
  5. PocketPal

    PocketPal Big Dog

    Beki, the day i stop going back to the basic is the day i stop doing what ever i do for good. I'm always a student of life. I follow Nasim because he has a great approach to his photography, this is not abt Elements 12, but it has good info
    Adobe Bundles Photoshop + Lightroom for $10 Per Month
     
  6. Beki

    Beki Good Dog Premium Member

    Awesome links, thanks!
    No going back on the EL 12 though, I already purchased it. :-)
     
  7. PocketPal

    PocketPal Big Dog

    B,
    I wouldn't have buyer's remorse on the PS El 12, It's well integrated package of image managing features and it has a lot of time saving features. I would get in touch with a PS El user group so that you can get your hands on custom quick frames, effects and textures to expand on your purchase. You can always contact your local AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts) AIGA | Adobe
    and speak to budding graphic artists and see if they'll share their custom effects

    -j
     

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