Tag: processing

Interesting report over at FujiRumors about the magical processing qualities of Iridient Digital’s Iridient Developer. Basically, it shows that X-series images come out sharper, clearer, and just overall better looking when processed through Iridient Developer. I gotta try this.


Fuji Rumors has posted a link to this forum comparing default processed images from the new CaptureOne 7.0.2 Beta and Lightroom 4.2. In short, CaptureOne seems to be beating Lightroom’s ass (which is a bit of a surprise because it’s always been the other way around). Time for Adobe to step up the game!

A documentary film that looks at the end of Kodak’s Kodachrome film and the last lab that processed film for it. A great look at the history of this amazing color film and how it changed the way we see the world around us. I had no idea that developing Kodachrome film was so labor […]

Using information fed into Processing, the folks at Foursquare were able to visualize a week’s worth of checkins as they hit their 1 billionth checkin a few months ago.


PDN has posted several large images from photographer John Cyr’s series on developer trays taken from famous photographers’ dark rooms. The images are a reminder of where this medium used to be and how quickly it is fading to only-digital as a standard. His photos tell of a history in photography when photographers printed their […]

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