Subject: Re: Stuck Filters
In article<d6OdnUFKR8FiGJ_HnZ2dnUU7-VnNnZ2d@giganews.com>, Ron C<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >>>> Nothing that I know of in Photoshop emulates the actual
> >>>> physical actions of hand/cardboard dodging.
> >>> now you know.
> >>> <https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/dodge-burn-image-areas.html&...
> >>> The Dodge tool and the Burn tool lighten or darken areas of the
> >>> image. These tools are based on a traditional darkroom technique for
> >>> regulating exposure on specific areas of a print.
> >> Says nothing about that actual visceral actions used in
> >> the process ...back in the day.
> > instead of moving cardboard, it's moving a mouse or stylus. big deal.
> > what it doesn't say is it has a major advantage of being able to
> > instantly undo anything, versus having to redo the entire print in a
> > darkroom.
> > dodge/burn is also incredibly primitive and imprecise, but back in the
> > day, there weren't very many other options. now there are.
> So you're admitting that the wet darkroom analogy is flawed.
the analogy is spot on, however, the technique is obsolete.
> I can live with that.
you're living in the past and refuse to learn newer and better ways.