Monthly Archives: January 2013

Digital Noise versus Film Grain- A Short Primer for Newbies

Is there a true correlation between today’s digital noise to yesterday’s film grain? Absolutely.┬áIt all has to do with light, or the absence thereof. In days of photographic films with silver halide emulsions, tonality was recorded when light struck sub-sand-size … Continue reading

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Raw Images and Cookie Dough

For this inaugural post to my new blog I thought I’d offer a little tongue-in-cheek analogy to paint a broad brush illustration about raw format digital images. I’ll get into more detail in upcoming posts. Welcome to The Way Eye … Continue reading

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