ajscullard

ajscullard

Lives in United Kingdom Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Joined on Jun 14, 2009

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  • As recommended elsewhere, make sure you take a spare camera body with you, even if you have to hire one. It's very easy to trip or fall on slippery, rough surfaces and end up with broken gear. If ...
  • Replied in Silly question
    Try your local kitchenware store, supermarket or Lakeland. Look for round plastic tubs with a snap-on lid at the size you need. I know there's a Corning Ware lid that fits the Canon 500mm f/4 lens ...
  • OK, your original post simplay asked about Photomatix and PS - you didn't mention Lr - so I responded on that basis. I don't really use Lr (I have never got used to it and I use different ...
  • I don't know what version you have, but in Pro 5.0 64-bit. I can choose "save final image" which saves the image with the current settings, leaving the image open,. I can then click "redo with ...
  • Replied in Epson P-5000
    First off, connect your P-5000 to the mains power supply so you don't run out of power half-way through. I just connect mine using a normal micro-USB to USB cable. It shows up on the desktop as a ...
  • It's great camera. Bulky and slow to operate, but 6x6 slides (chromes/transparencies) look stunning. I used an SQ-Ai for many years and I still have slides and negs that I am gradually digitising ...
  • I'm with darklamp on this one. Microfocus Adjustment is primarily there to help experienced users or professional technicians to compensate for tolerance mismatches between bodies and lenses. OK, ...
  • ......and we also need to have multiple forum names for the same forum so that each person can find it using the name they prefer. But actually thinking about this - wouldn't it be useful to have a ...
  • Your problem may be that the wall and the ceiling are painted different colors so the light reflects off each surface with a slightly different color. Having a gray card will help get the balance ...
  • Take a look at DxO Viewpoint: http://www.dxo.com/intl/photography/dxo-viewpoint/features and scroll down to "restore true proportions". You can download a free trial version to see if it does what ...
  • There are a number of programs that can be used to generate "artistic" versions of photos. Use a search tool to look for Fotosketcher or Dynamic Auto Painter , for example. There are others. There ...
  • Is it anything to do with "the colour run"?. http://www.thecolorrun.co.uk/london Here's the source of their powder (but not cheap): http://carecolours.com/ However - be very aware of the danger to ...
  • I went on trip with a group of people from my workplace, organized by a work colleague. After the trip we had a get-together to look at each others pictures and I happened to show mine using a DVD ...
  • If you're in a hurry, why not do a search on this forum for Perfect Photo Suite 8? - there are 99 threads which should give you some idea. of people's opinions Bottom line - go for it, but it is ...
  • Yes, they do use Open-CL, just not for Prime NR.
  • I found this blog post useful: customizing wacom tablet
  • How to open TIFFs in ACR in Photoshop: There are a lot of things in Photoshop that are not intuitive or easy find, but you will learn a lot if you use Google to find videos and tutorials ...
  • 1. TIFF has 16-bit uncompressed data, JPEG is only 8-bit and has been compressed. If you need info on file formats, use Google or a similar search engine. 2. If you're using Bridge to preview ...
  • I batch-process raw files using one of presets in DxO and generate 16-bit TIFFs. I then open the TIFFs in ACR (from Bridge) to work in Ps. That way I get the benefit of optical correction and noise ...
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