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« on: June 24, 2018, 12:42 »
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Complete post processing of a sunset image, using most tools in Lightroom
https://youtu.be/rgyl_szMnuY


« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2018, 13:32 »
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Complete post processing of a sunset image, using most tools in Lightroom
https://youtu.be/rgyl_szMnuY

Pretty much a Serge Ramelli style.

« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2018, 03:06 »
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Complete post processing of a sunset image, using most tools in Lightroom
https://youtu.be/rgyl_szMnuY

Pretty much a Serge Ramelli style.
Thank you,
I'll take it as a compliment :-)

Chichikov

« Reply #3 on: June 25, 2018, 07:12 »
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Complete post processing of a sunset image, using most tools in Lightroom
https://youtu.be/rgyl_szMnuY

Pretty much a Serge Ramelli style.

Serge Ramelli's images are heavily over processed and his image processing workflow introduces tons of artifacts.

« Reply #4 on: June 25, 2018, 08:31 »
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Complete post processing of a sunset image, using most tools in Lightroom
https://youtu.be/rgyl_szMnuY

Pretty much a Serge Ramelli style.

Serge Ramelli's images are heavily over processed and his image processing workflow introduces tons of artifacts.

I agree.

Instead of ETTR, he tends to underexpose and push his shadows to 100%. This technique is adding tons of noise. He is regularly over-sharpening.
Moreover, recently he began publishing sloppy jobs, with obvious cloning errors, crooked horizons, etc. Probably because his survival on the web depends on regularly feeding his followers with "stuff", he is rushing to maintain his online presence, even when he has nothing meaningful to add.
« Last Edit: June 25, 2018, 08:59 by Zero Talent »

Chichikov

« Reply #5 on: June 25, 2018, 09:18 »
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Complete post processing of a sunset image, using most tools in Lightroom
https://youtu.be/rgyl_szMnuY

Pretty much a Serge Ramelli style.

Serge Ramelli's images are heavily over processed and his image processing workflow introduces tons of artifacts.

I agree.

Instead of ETTR, he tends to underexpose and push his shadows to 100%. This technique is adding tons of noise. He is regularly over-sharpening.
Moreover, recently he began publishing sloppy jobs, with obvious cloning errors, crooked horizons, etc. Probably because his survival on the web depends on regularly feeding his followers with "stuff", he is rushing to maintain his online presence, even when he has nothing meaningful to add.

I think that you got the point ;)

And I hope/wish that Vittorio will not fall in this trap.

« Reply #6 on: June 25, 2018, 18:02 »
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actually now he wants to be an actor in hollywood i read his mail couse i subcribed to this channel to go and see the film lol

« Reply #7 on: June 26, 2018, 11:17 »
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Complete post processing of a sunset image, using most tools in Lightroom
https://youtu.be/rgyl_szMnuY

Pretty much a Serge Ramelli style.

Serge Ramelli's images are heavily over processed and his image processing workflow introduces tons of artifacts.
Hi Chichikov,
I agree.
Serge is a really nice guy and he has an excellent screen presence, which is very important for video.
He is also a good professional photographer.
But I always found that he tends to over process a lot.
When I do tutorials, I also process a bit beyond my own taste, otherwise people don't really notice the differences made which each tool

« Reply #8 on: June 27, 2018, 06:28 »
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Complete post processing of a sunset image, using most tools in Lightroom
https://youtu.be/rgyl_szMnuY

Pretty much a Serge Ramelli style.

Serge Ramelli's images are heavily over processed and his image processing workflow introduces tons of artifacts.

I agree.

Instead of ETTR, he tends to underexpose and push his shadows to 100%. This technique is adding tons of noise. He is regularly over-sharpening.
Moreover, recently he began publishing sloppy jobs, with obvious cloning errors, crooked horizons, etc. Probably because his survival on the web depends on regularly feeding his followers with "stuff", he is rushing to maintain his online presence, even when he has nothing meaningful to add.
I agree, it is a problem with a lot of successful YouTubers.
You have to constantly feed the beast with new videos, so at some stage they run out of good idea and they have to publish just something.
Also I can easily tell that some of his most recent videos are done as quickly as possible and he often loose the plot a bit during a tutorial.
Each of my video takes me over three days of work: I have to study the topic, pre plan, collect all the images, write a story board. Big work!

« Reply #9 on: June 28, 2018, 07:42 »
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actually now he wants to be an actor in hollywood i read his mail couse i subcribed to this channel to go and see the film lol
Cool!
Me too, I want to end up in Hollywood!

« Reply #10 on: June 28, 2018, 10:25 »
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Each of my video takes me over three days of work: I have to study the topic, pre plan, collect all the images, write a story board. Big work!

That's a lot of time!
What do you expect to get out of this investment?
Fame?
Because dollar wise, I doubt a few thousands YouTube views can justify the efforts you put in teaching others how to better compete with yourself.

« Reply #11 on: June 29, 2018, 05:00 »
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I followed Serge Ramelli about 2 years ago and watched some of his older videos but in 2018 I gave up. I think he lost the plot. His editing his getting worse. There is no point going on with YouTube when you have covered everything. And this nonsense of reducing the highlight 100% and opening up the shadows to 100%. I am certainly not a genius in editing. I wish I were. But those fake colors I don't like. There are much better photographers on SS. Maybe the really great ones don't need to be on YouTube and have no time for that either. They are busy being professionals. That's just my opinion.

« Reply #12 on: June 29, 2018, 11:24 »
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Each of my video takes me over three days of work: I have to study the topic, pre plan, collect all the images, write a story board. Big work!

That's a lot of time!
What do you expect to get out of this investment?
Fame?
Because dollar wise, I doubt a few thousands YouTube views can justify the efforts you put in teaching others how to better compete with yourself.
To be honest I don't know yet.
I have reached monetisation about a month ago, but YouTube is late in analysing new accounts and might take a good while (I guess another month).
YouTube is not a short term project and I do not plan substantial gains in the first 3 years, but after a certain point it is supposed to snowball.
For the moment things are going much faster than my initial targets.
But anyway, as I said above, I would like to end up in Hollywood! :-)

« Reply #13 on: June 29, 2018, 12:46 »
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Each of my video takes me over three days of work: I have to study the topic, pre plan, collect all the images, write a story board. Big work!

That's a lot of time!
What do you expect to get out of this investment?
Fame?
Because dollar wise, I doubt a few thousands YouTube views can justify the efforts you put in teaching others how to better compete with yourself.
To be honest I don't know yet.
I have reached monetisation about a month ago, but YouTube is late in analysing new accounts and might take a good while (I guess another month).
YouTube is not a short term project and I do not plan substantial gains in the first 3 years, but after a certain point it is supposed to snowball.
For the moment things are going much faster than my initial targets.
But anyway, as I said above, I would like to end up in Hollywood! :-)

Great! When you'll be famous please don't forget your (forum) friends!  :-*
« Last Edit: June 29, 2018, 13:13 by Zero Talent »

« Reply #14 on: June 29, 2018, 16:50 »
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rock n roll

« Reply #15 on: July 01, 2018, 07:00 »
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Each of my video takes me over three days of work: I have to study the topic, pre plan, collect all the images, write a story board. Big work!

That's a lot of time!
What do you expect to get out of this investment?
Fame?
Because dollar wise, I doubt a few thousands YouTube views can justify the efforts you put in teaching others how to better compete with yourself.
To be honest I don't know yet.
I have reached monetisation about a month ago, but YouTube is late in analysing new accounts and might take a good while (I guess another month).
YouTube is not a short term project and I do not plan substantial gains in the first 3 years, but after a certain point it is supposed to snowball.
For the moment things are going much faster than my initial targets.
But anyway, as I said above, I would like to end up in Hollywood! :-)

Great! When you'll be famous please don't forget your (forum) friends!  :-*
Of course I will not forget.
There will be champagne for everyone once I get to 1 million subscribers.
I just have to ask for a bit of patience!

« Reply #16 on: July 02, 2018, 03:22 »
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