Photos from Moscow

» 22 July 2006 » In Photography, Travel »

The photos from the Moscow part of my trip to Russia are now up on the site. It’s taken longer than I expected to process them. This is partly because it was the first time I shot everything in RAW format in order to be able to adjust exposure and white balance easier. An unintended consequence of this decision was that I spent way more time on each photo than I usually do, tweaking things to be just perfect, and doing this for a good portion of 600 photos just takes a while, even with the help of a WhiBal. I’ll have to figure a more streamlined approach to processing.

The photos from St. Petersburg will be coming up a bit later.

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  1. andrei
    Abu Hurayrah
    24/07/2006 at 12:10 am Permalink


    I’m close to purchasing a new digital SLR camera, and I wanted to know if there are any other issues with working with RAW format files? For example, what software do you use to adjust the files – and what do the images “look” like prior to any processing? Is it worth the extra effort?

    The only real reason I’m interested is because I want my pictures without any lossy compression. It is for this reason that I plan on taking most of my own pictures in RAW format…

  2. andrei
    24/07/2006 at 8:49 am Permalink

    looked like fun :)~~

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