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Your best would be to find a PictureStyle that fits your needs. There's a QuickGuide to Picture Style Settings and Customization pdf that will get you started. It is from the Canon Digital Learning Center.( I'd like to quote from this article that's about the adjsutments specific to your camera in the following: Find the Picture ...


I think there is a missconception of post processing. Adjusting Camera settings is doing a post process but not done by yourself, but the camera. I don't imagine a camera that renders a black as that one in its raw file. I think there is a need to have "pure photography", which is good. But you most likley don't have that in a digital world. You also ...


If your camera supported custom tone curves, you'd be able to get a similar result to this straight out of camera. Unfortunately, yours doesn't, so your only option is post-processing. There are many ways one would get this effect in post. Basic levels adjustment - put the black point output as a value above 0 using a levels control or similar in ...

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