Flickr member Christian BARRET posted this fantastic image of ice in a puddle in Iceland.
Flickr member yura. took this image in Iceland with a Ricoh GR.
Flickr member yura. took this amazing image of a volcanic crater in Iceland with a Ricoh GR.
Flickr member Art Walaszek posted this fantastic landscape taken in Iceland at first light with his Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact Helena took this wonderful landscape image in Borgarhreppur, Iceland with her Sony A7.
This is a fascinating story. This is the comment I made in the thread at PetaPixel:
I think most of us can agree that a DSLR is doing some processing before the image gets written to the card and how a photographer sets things up will determine how little or much is done. There is no “turn off all in-camera processing” as all DSLRs process the image that coms off the sensor in some way, even RAW files.
Maybe pointing the finger at processing or post processing is a mistake, let’s just let photo editors decide what they want and leave it at that. If they want a more conservative look or they want an amped up look, that’s their decision.
As photographers we know that even if we attempt to take and process images that, to the best of our ability channel reality, we all have different eyes and a different sense of what “real” is so it’s subjective all the way down.
As is said above, Ansel Adams put a red filter on to make Half Dome look more dramatic, and it worked. As one who’s spent a lot of time both in front of and on Half Dome, I can assure you that while I love the Adams image, it’s not the way Half Dome looks to most if not all human eyes. Again, great image, but a Reuters photo editor might rightly reject it.
This remains a fascinating topic that has been “discussed” for years and will continue to be discussed for many years to come.