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August 27, 2013

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Stephen Alvarez

Hi @peter,
The picture above is pretty much straight out of the camera. I use lightroom to handle the files so anything going into my office archive gets converted to a tif file then exported to my online archive as a jpg from lightroom (the image is hosted from print.alvarezphotography.com). The 100% blow up is actually a screen shot so it is approximate at best.
The camera produces 8 bit jpg files so there is not a whole lot of room for post on them anyway.
Given that this is a telephone the results are fairly incredible.
I've been traveling over this long holiday weekend so sorry to take a bit to get back to you.
-Stephen Alvarez

Peter Meijs

Hi Stephen
Please see: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3540579#forum-post-52087205

Peter Meijs

Hi Stephen
Fantastic and instructive pictures Nat Geographic assignment Lumia 1020.
With my Nokia 808 PureView I "always" do postprocessing (with Adobe Camera Raw ) to get the maximum out of the files.
Did you do postprocessing on your 1020 assignment pictures?
Thanks for your answer.
Peter Meijs

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