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Oct 18, 2010 11:21 |  #1
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Well I know have. She definitely desaturated the images and put it on facebook...kind of annoying....


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Oct 18, 2010 11:40 |  #2

Was this addressed in your contract? Did you have a clause that covers ownership and copyright of images?
Have you said anything to your client regarding her editing your images?


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Oct 18, 2010 11:49 |  #3

I know I've done it... My wedding pictures were horribly post processed. I completely redid all the raws and the photographer was pissed. She threatened to sue me; I told her she should be more worried about Adobe suing her for the defamation of their software. hahaha


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Oct 18, 2010 13:08 |  #4

Tadaaa wrote in post #11119372 (external link)
she should be more worried about Adobe suing her for the defamation of their software.

rofl... I would love to see the before and afters.




  
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Oct 18, 2010 13:20 |  #5

oldspice wrote in post #11119909 (external link)
rofl... I would love to see the before and afters.

Let's just say she had apparently never heard of layers or blending and that when she tried to touch up everyones under eyes our family all suddenly became Chinese. It was awful.


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Oct 18, 2010 13:47 |  #6

RL. wrote in post #11119176 (external link)
Well I know have. She definitely desaturated the images and put it on facebook...kind of annoying....

Facebook reduces the quality and size of the images. Are you sure she didnt just upload them? I wasnt sure if you meant desaturated as in B&W or just looked somewhat desaturated. If so, It could have been the facebook software that done it automatically.


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Oct 18, 2010 14:12 |  #7

Tadaaa wrote in post #11119372 (external link)
I know I've done it... My wedding pictures were horribly post processed. I completely redid all the raws and the photographer was pissed. She threatened to sue me; I told her she should be more worried about Adobe suing her for the defamation of their software. hahaha

I know photogs dont normally give out RAWs, but that is one of the reasons one of my requirements in finding a photog was to get the RAWs. I am a photog too, so I know what I am doing, but I am not about to start the debate about giving out RAW or not. I just wanted them, and he just so happened to be fully professional and still didnt mind giving me the RAWS (knowing that I am photog as well).

I agree that it might be the facebook software which desaturated the images too. I do not know any "average" person who would desaturate an image unless it was already overly saturated, or maybe converted them to B&W or something.


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Oct 18, 2010 23:22 |  #8

professorman wrote in post #11120258 (external link)
I do not know any "average" person who would desaturate an image unless it was already overly saturated, or maybe converted them to B&W or something.

I desaturate some portrait images. It can, depending on the picture, be a nice effect. The hint of color is sometimes as powerful as full blown color or black and white IMO.




  
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Oct 19, 2010 11:25 |  #9
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it was definitely desated a bit and cropped as well..

Oh well I just found it slightly annoying is all...last time I will deal with her


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Oct 19, 2010 11:41 |  #10

yeah they try and edit my pics all the time. its annoying..but whatever.




  
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