Simion1

Simion1

Joined on May 1, 2014

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  • You have two 'calibrations'. You say the Spyder is too red and the Dell is too blue. None of us can answer your question as to which one is incorrect can we. Therefore, you presumably tried the ...
  • For now I'd ignore the profile created by the Spyder 4 calibrator and just use the Dell monitor as it came from the factory and set the monitor to the sRGB preset in the on-screen menu (also use ...
  • How so? Monitor calibration tools measure pre-defined numerical values of red, green, blue, white, grey & black and when it does this it sits right up against the screen. Therefore ambient light ...
  • Yeah, maybe a more modern take on it like this: http://www.yankodesign.com/2012/03/22/canon-mirrorless/ Although, the more Canon move away from the original EOS M, the more they would be getting ...
  • As above post, or you can also right-click the curves adjustment layer and select 'Create Clipping Mask'. Either way, they both do the same thing and you'll see a little arrow appear on the left ...
  • I never said anything about printing. Maybe re-read.
  • One way round it may be to use Windows Fax and Scan. Run Windows Fax and Scan (or type wfs in the run box), then go to File > New > Scan and try setting the file type to 'TIF (TIF File)'. If this ...
  • I know Ken Rockwell generally isn't liked that much in here, however I can usually see his point of view. In this case however, I don't. I have shot with Canon for many years, but I just don't get ...
  • It's been a long, long time since I've ordered something from outside the EU, but from memory there were three charges I needed to pay when it arrived in the UK before they would release it. VAT, ...
  • Although blackout is annoying, the problem wasn't strictly about blackout time, but how quickly you can take the next shot(s) after you've already taken a photo. With a DSLR, it will take photo's ...
  • Then I'd suggest maybe you think a bit harder.

  • Ha ha. Their "Mirrorless Party" vids are brilliant.
  • Or alternatively, cheat and use Google Maps... :-D https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@41.889081,12.480033,3a,42.8y,323.1h,82.65t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sgJyP0cM_MpY3e3NCaiQr1Q!2e0 https://www.google.co.uk/ ...
  • I used to be like you once, until I digitalised and restored over 10,000 family photos dating back to 1920. And I'm still faced with the decision whether or not to post-process more recent ...
  • YES! Couldn't agree more, time to automate the boring parts. You would think by now image software (and cameras) would be able to make the perfect photo everytime (from a technical standpoint) with ...
  • I assume glossy would show more reflections(?) but I've only ever used matt screens, so I don't know what glossy ones are like. Going a bit off-topic, but it looks like the U2415 doesn't show a ...
  • Personally I prefer 16:9, however each to their own I guess. I'm currently using a Dell U2414H, which I like a lot, but was faced with the same decision before buying it to replace dual monitors. T ...
  • According to this link by John Nack: http://blogs.adobe.com/jnack/2011/05/photoshop-12-1-photoshop-12-0-4.html Photoshop updates are here: Mac http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/product.jsp?pro ...
  • They all look like they were taken with a film camera to me.
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