A “temperature throw” is a term that refers to the technique of taking one RAW image and "throwing" the temperature in parts of the image.
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Intro to Ask SLR Lounge
Hello Everyone! We're starting a new format for our "Ask SLR Lounge" series. This is an open forum for our community to ask questions. You can...
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As professional photographers, I think the question we get the most from budding amateur photographers is, "Which camera system should I buy, Canon or Nikon?" While there is no...