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Does being a photographer make you look differently at images?

Steven Jardine is off-linePlatinum Member
23 June 2013 07:46
RedChecker
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RedChecker
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United Kingdom
Buckinghamshire
Stoke Mandeville

I've always been pretty good at spotting film mistakes but poor cloning/masking/airbrushing stands out like a sore thumb to me. There's a ton of it in the Lord of the Rings trilogy which is one of the reasons I've been somewhat reluctant to upgrade to the blueray versions.

If you want to see really bad skin softening being automatically applied, The Island and Predator (Ultimate Hunter Edition) on HD are shockingly bad.
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Tempus Fugit is off-lineSilver Member
23 June 2013 09:08
pinkbuildingphotography
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pinkbuildingphotography
Location
United Kingdom
Tayside


Yup

I have found that it does change the way I look at pictures. After the initial look I find myself looking for items in the shot that should not be there for example shoes, scuffs on shoes as mentioned above.

Also means that I do not like pictures as much now, however I when I see good ones I appreciate them more.
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