vojern

vojern

Joined on Feb 26, 2014

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  • I got that impression as well. But if a product is good and tried&tested I don't worry that much about that. I rather pay a fair amount of money to a lone developer who created a nice program, ...
  • My example of a HDR photo (natural preset) post processed with SNS-HDR: http://zoom.nl/foto/natuur/loch-lomond--gezien-vanaf-connick-hill.2392918.html?object=user&object_id=137192
  • There are several apps for Android and other smartphone operating systems which enable you to calculate the depth of field. I use it every now and then to calculate what the aperture in a given ...
  • Yes, like Jim_C writes: use Thunderbird. I install it for lots of people (seniors as well) and it just works. The only thing is that you need to fill the address book again with all the email ...
  • SNS-HDR is a viable option under Windows, see: http://www.hdrlabs.com/news/index.php?id=8523427427292113719 I use the home version (less then 30 euro's, as I remember well), but there is also a ...
  • I work with batch scripts (windows, though I have them also for Linux). I copy all the RAW and jpg files to one folder and view the jpg files with the Faststone imagr viewer. I directly delete ...
  • OK, I see. That's very simple indeed. Thanks!
  • In the third post I've used exiv2. It's roughly the same as the exiftools. You still need some kind of script to handle hundreds or more photos. But still thanks for your post; I saw that there is ...
  • Thanks, for your reply. But I fail to see how the actual timestamp is changed. Using the Exif data however is a good thing! Therefore I have created another script, based on the script in this ...
  • My Samsung smart TV (2013) displays photos in a chronological way, based on the timestamps of the jpg's. However, because of postprocessing, some photos have a later timestamp then others, while ...
  • @Nand: yep, I was wearing sunglasses (though not at the moment of taking the picture). But that could well have influenced my memory of how it looked. H'm, pitfalls, pitfalls. Perception is ...
  • @Billy: your first rendition made me wonder whether you hadn't actually approached the correct colors at time better then I did. My take doesn't resemble the very sunny day it was; yours does it ...
  • @Art: thanks for your try! You certainly succeeded in creating a more vivid colour contrast. It's more an artist's take on the photo, than the most natural and correct approach, but I like it. I ...
  • Yeah, maybe Lightroom will do the job as well. But this rendition doesn't really convince me, to be honest. Still: thanks for your post!
  • @Tony: thanks for your explanation! Your use of curves and the masks is another way of doing it, which i like, as it is more based on craftmanship than of using a preset in some special program ...
  • Introduction I am currently experimenting with post-processing to get the most natural look in photos (closest to what I saw when I took them). I would like to know what route other people take to ...
  • Concerning this statement: "If you are serious about your photography and want the best tools that will allow you to do most anything with your photos then there is no better software option ...
  • Thanks! I'm still practising on this photo, also with frequency separation. It is challenging to improve it. But: you did a good job! The skin is definitely improved.
  • No, I have both and have tried. However: there are some clever ways to get pure photoshop plugins working in Paintshop Pro; didn't try them (yet). Topaz Remask 4 does work within PSP, so I brought ...
  • Harder then I thought it would be... Perfect photosuite 8.5
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