Gamma Sigma Sigma at our Car Smash for Relay for Life!

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"3 East Carolina University organizations - Gamma Sigma Sigma, Beta Theta Pi, and Student Activities Board held a Car Smash on campus in April of 2012 to raise money for our Relay for Life teams. G-Vegas magazine also came out and helped promote our event. Everyone loved the shirts! This is my second time working with CustomInk and I plan on making many more t-shirt orders!" - Emilee (Apr 20, 2012)

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comment by Guest - May 09, 2012 - back to the top

Hi carl,I agree that if you want natural likoong pictures Sigma PhotoPRO is the way to go, in terms of sheer image quality it really pulls out the best from the file. I only think that in terms of creative adjustments the program somewhat lacks possibilities I just love the selective highlight / shadow adjustments in ARC, the curves, the fast presets. I do agree that ARC produces a mediocre quality when seen at 100% I basically consider ARC as a great sketch' tool, you can explore your images creatively, fast the adjustments are stored in the sidecar file so your Raw file stays intact. If afterwards you feel inclined to do some quality print you take the sketch' as a reference and find the right workflow to get to the best possible result.I think the ideal solution would be if CaptureOne and DXO Optics would open up to the X3F Format, Capture One delivers a beautifully calculated document and has more creative options, it is also reasonably fast and has great batch functionalities. DXO has a lot of impressive capabilities and algorithms in terms of simulating different stock of films and grain. I hope both programs will offer support for the Sigma at some point.Bests,Philippe