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Digital Manipulation, How Much is Enough?

This presentation is part of our Continuing Education series and will address the question of How Much Digital Manipulation is Enough.

Our presenter will be Dr. Nicholas Palmieri

About Nicholas F. Palmieri Photography

Photography has always been my passion. I started photography at a young age using 35mm film and slides. As a young child I had my own darkroom and spent countless hours developing my own black and white film and photographs.

I am a generalist and enjoy all aspects of photography. While I strive to perfect the difficult tack sharp, perfectly composed, perfectly exposed birds in flight, I continue to explore the historical and creative aspects of photography. I am always trying to refine my photographic technique and expand my knowledge and skills in post-processing.

Currently I am working on bird, landscape, and macro photography, but my interests remain broad. This site is a work in progress and my hope is for everyone to enjoy my work and for each visit to find new, improved, and exciting work.

What you can expect to learn at the Continuing Education presentation:

How much digital manipulation is enough? (EDUC) In the world of modern digital photography we often become critical of images that have been digitally manipulated.  This program will review modern methods of digital manipulation. In addition to basic image processing advanced techniques such as High Dynamic Range Imaging, Panoramas, and Focus Stacking will be reviewed.  We will also discuss the use of plug-ins, actions, and textures.  We will spend time discussing (and possibly debating) the topic of when “enough is enough” and when photography “crosses the line”.  This program is meant to be fun and provoke thought.  The program obviously can never answer the question, “how much digital manipulation is enough.

Join us and Dr. Palmieri on the 7th of March 2014

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  • H. Denis M.

    I attended because I did not receive any communication that the event was cancelled. I have not received any refund.

    March 7, 2014

    • Martin J.

      Denis, Further to my previous comments, I had issued you a refund through PayPal which apparently didn't go through because you had registered for this event more than 60 days ago. I just refunded your registration fee in another way that should go through.

      March 8, 2014

  • Joanne d.

    I'm confused...I thought this was cancelled?

    March 6, 2014

    • Martin J.

      Joanne, It was cancelled and your deposit was refunded. Marty

      March 6, 2014

    • Martin J.

      Denis, As I mentioned in our telephone conversation, I'm terribly sorry that you had to waste your time traveling to an event that had to be cancelled. Further, I cancelled the even on Tuesday, March 4th and here's a copy of the mail that was sent out through the Meetup system: -------- Original Message --------
      Subject: Cancellation of Friday's Meetup, Digital Manipulation, How Much?
      Date: Tue, 4 Mar[masked]:26:57 -0500
      From: Martin Joffe <[masked]>
      Reply-To: [masked]
      To: [masked]

      (As you requested, below is a copy of the email you just sent.)
      Your Organizer, Martin Joffe, sent the following message to some members of Adventures In Photography:

      Hi everyone,

      March 8, 2014

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