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Long conversation today with a photographer-artist-designer-builder that began with a quick discussion of the great weather and light for the task we were both making photos of.
It ended with agreeing that it is possible to imagine a scene from a more photogenic parallel universe and put it into ours at the moment the shutter button is pressed. That’s where great photos come from.
There was discussion of Heisenberg, probability, manufactured time, a touch of fractals, creating historical archives, and hard drives.
All because we stumbled upon each other at the same event, a probability with varying factors all within and without our control. Once we met the only quantum element that interrupted our conversation was adherence to a timely schedule both for the event and for the rest of our day.
Still not sure about the cat.
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Almost everything I shoot goes through Luminar Neo. Even after I’ve made the first edit of my raw file in Adobe Camera Raw. I’ve built my own set of Luminar presets for the places and things I normally shoot and for different lighting conditions at those places. Then it’s easy to adjust the results for fine-tuning each photo. This is an affiliate link so I might make a little something from sale. Download it for the trial period.