1879 – Searching II

I’m not sure if I tried this image in DxO as well, I suppose, but in the end it was Photoshop that made it. This is the D300 again, and while I like DxO for its ability to handle difficult tonal situations, I find it much easier to arrive at satisfying colors with Photoshop.

Just for the record: All of the images that I process in DxO get a finish in Photoshop, and in almost all cases it is color that I enhance. Thus, what I am considering is buying DxO as an alternative RAW converter, not as a replacement for Photoshop.

The Song of the Day (and the Day would have been Friday, although this is a Thursday image again) is “In Search of Peter Pan” from Kate Bush’s 1978 album “Lionheart”. Enjoy it on YouTube.

2 thoughts on “1879 – Searching II”

  1. Well, I don’t know about DxO vs. Photoshop, but I love this shot. Beautiful and nicely composed and great lines leading into the frame.

    1. Thanks. It’s good to use the D300 again. Remember the troubles that I had with my Tamron 17-50/2.8? The aperture not closing? It’s gone. Completely gone and everything works as new 🙂

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