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. It 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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