BrianPriceUK

BrianPriceUK

Lives in United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
Has a website at http://www.secalis.co.uk
Joined on May 5, 2004

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  • If its working now don't touch it, but if you have two sticks of RAM swapping the sticks over often helps. Brian
  • Have you set your monitor to 'Factory Defaults' before profiling? Brian
  • Replied in LR5 Question
    Setting the Import dialog to build 1:1 previews and keeping your catalog and previews folder on a SSD will usually stop the 'Loading' from appearing and speed up LR considerably. Brian
  • Microsoft has a compatibility plug-in for Office 2007 which allows it to open all documents created in 2013 http://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/download/details.aspx?id=3 Brian
  • I agree with the inference. Why try to work with colours that your camera can't capture, your monitor can't display, and your printer can't reproduce? Stick with aRGB, and stop techno-posing. Brian
  • Try Lightzone CLICK HERE Brian
  • I don't think you can, but you could create a new folder and put your presets into that (Right-click>New Folder). Brian
  • Lightroom will give you a readout, but not in graphical form (you can choose from a wide range of Exif and IPTC fields) : View at 100% Brian
  • Hi Copy the entire contents of the Presets folder to a USB stick, and paste them to C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS4 (64 Bit)\Presets on your   new computer Brian
  • Replied in LR 4 question
    Jules Sorry,  I got the original post wrong. What you have to do is use the 'Doesn't Contain' setting in the search field drop-down menu. Brian
  • Replied in LR 4 question
    Edit>Invert Selection Brian
  • Replied in You got it!
    A nice exercise, and its great to learn scripting, but recording a simple 'Save As' in the action would have done the job. Brian
  • Replied in Cloning an ssd
    I've done it twice now with absolutely no problems using Macrium Reflect Free Brian
  • Replied in Kodachrome
    Don't worry about plug-ins, use a Saturation Adjustment Layer and increase the saturation selectively to create the exact effect you want - it will take a bit of work to get to your basic setting, ...
  • File>Scripts>Image Processor is the easiest way,  but recording an action (Adobe's word for macro) and using File>Automate>Batch is quicker to set up, and capable of much more. Actions and batch ...
  • This could be an optical illusion, like moire patterns. Do you get the same effect at View>Actual Pixels (Ctrl + 1)? Brian
  • Great thread. I went back and looked at my 10D images, I liked this one Canon 10D, Canon 100mm Macro, July 2004. I'm amazed at the Exif, I'd never shoot at f22 and 100ISO today :-O Brian
  • QImage will do everything you want using templates (layouts), you can crop and adjust the exposure for each shot if you wish http://www.ddisoftware.com/qimage-u/index.html It may take a little time ...
  • Why not set up your own preset, with the settings that suit you best? Brian
  • Lightroom has the ability to save a copy a second location, and I think many other programs with import have it as well. Brian
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