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Michael Erlewine

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Re: A Quick Look at Ming Theinís New Post-Processing Suite
« Reply #45 on: February 01, 2017, 14:01:18 »
I think the style of Mings PP is excellent, are you saying that this tutorial will enable a person to produce pictures that have the look and shadow detail of Mings...........is it really that easy ? Does the package include LR presets. I cant seem to find a detailed account on the net from anyone who has purchased this tutorial ?

I'm the OP. Yes, the package has all kinds of carefully-made camera profiles for both LR and PS. I use this approach and find it immensely useful. Ming Thein shows you how he post-processes, step-by-step. Will you end up as good as he is. I doubt that any of us will, if only because we will end up as ourselves, not him.

The tutorials are many and long, so who is going to write that out... which would not be fair to Ming Thein at that.

It is the best full system I have found that actually has been useful for me.
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Re: A Quick Look at Ming Theinís New Post-Processing Suite
« Reply #46 on: December 23, 2018, 13:30:06 »
I was wondering if you say that this A3 method works well with LR why are you switching to PS?

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Re: A Quick Look at Ming Theinís New Post-Processing Suite
« Reply #47 on: December 26, 2018, 15:23:42 »
Thank you for sharing. I value Ming's page very highly. I do not photograph architecture or watches, but like his take on it. He has a very good eye. Neither do I buy everything latest and most expensive, although MF would be something nice to tryÖ His reviews are different from many other bloggers, who only list features of a camera and say which ones are "good" and which ones are "bad" without proper reasoning. He is one of the guys who actually writes why something is good (or not so good) for his use and based on his own use of the camera. His answers even on trollish comments are always cultivated, polite and factual.  Disclosure: Once he helped me with a question (it was something
about diy with focusing screens), very quickly and without pay ;-)

Yesterday I bought his Workflow III and right now I am browsing through it all. Sounds interesting. (And yes, couple of years ago he brought me to Wacom) Again, thank you for sharing and your opinion, which is an opinion as it should be expressed to be heard and valid ;-)