As the prosumer cameras are getting better and better by the day, the macro possibilities are opening more and more for even the non–DSLR camera users. As a matter of fact, many a time, these smaller, weather sealed cameras produce photographs that are as good as ones taken with a DSLR and macro lens. Again, great add-ons like Raynox DCR 250 can be easily mounted on the lens of these non-SLR cameras. Such arrangements open a complete new world for the photographer.
Post-processing is not about making your photographs look more colourful or more beautiful, but it is more about using the correct extent of enhancements to strengthen the story that the photographs brings out.
I am using this word “enhancement” because it directly points at two of the key terms used in the title of this article – aesthetic and ethical.
Dioptric correction on a camera is the correction of the viewfinder focusing. In simpler words, it is matching the power of your glasses (if you have one) with the viewfinder.
In old times of film cameras, use of filters during photography was a common thing. A wide range of filters were used to achieve different effects. Amber, yellow, red were some of the common colour filters. These filters were used to suppress certain wavelengths thereby accentuating the effect of the others.
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