robbat2: (Default)

I meant to blog these a while back, but it slipped by.

Here are the main ones:

Still to come:
Photo sets taken by:

  • Judy,
  • Johannes,
  • Robin's Camera (it was loaned out),
  • Marissa's Camera (it was loaned out),
  • Richard,
  • Jon Kwan,
  • Ullrich,
  • Laura?
  • Anybody else that took photos at my wedding, I'd appreciate a copy of them as well, to host from my system.

P.S. These have been scaled way down for web viewing, but I will still kick anybodies ass if they hit my bandwidth too hard.

P.P.S. If you'd like a large version of one of them to make a print or whatever, drop me an email.

robbat2: (Default)
I've been looking at the photos from my wedding - I specifically ask the photographer if I could get a copy of all of the RAW images (and I gave him plenty of DVD-Rs to put them on).

I'd heard there was some difference in processing results, but I'm surprised to see that Linux seems to be huge leaps ahead of Windows in terms of results.

Here's a small sample I put together:

- One from the wedding photographer (He used either Adobe Photoshop CS2, or the Canon utility)
- DCRAW (configuration #1)
- DCRAW (configuration #2)

All image were saved/resaved with jpeg-75 compression, so that the files wouldn't be too large for online comparison.

I would suggest that you download all of them, and then compare them side-by-side, piecewise.

Thereafter, could you please vote here (if you don't have a livejournal account, please leave a comment with your vote instead)?

[Poll #814130]

Results of which file was processed by what tool will be revealed in a few days.

May 2017

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