Johanfoto

Johanfoto

Lives in Netherlands Netherlands
Works as a Editor / Photographer
Has a website at www.johanfoto.com
Joined on Feb 7, 2005

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  • This has nothing to do with the resolution, but with the magnification factor when the image is displayed. I think it also depends on your graphics card, but at magnifications like 50% and 25% the ...
  • Replied in srgb
    I think this is a common misunderstanding. Many printer drivers expect RGB images (as opposed to CMYK images), not only s RGB images. These printers are not RGB printers (RGB printers do not ...
  • Replied in srgb
    And they still call themselves 'Pro' Lab?...
  • Lightroom does have the same option in the Crop Tool that Aperture has, but it works a little differently. In Aperture, you straighten the image by dragging one side of the image. In Lightroom, ...
  • There is a Custom Function (Fn) setting where you can select which modes are visible. Maybe P is deselected somehow, perhaps in your personalised settings.
  • My point is that the gap may be already smaller than you think. The Samsung NX1 is not interesting for me (and I assume most of us), but that is not because it's a compact system camera. It's ...
  • Move the images that are in Lightroom first and use Lightroom to do that. Then go to the Finder and move the other images.
  • This is an interesting thread. First, we have an OP who owns a 1D X, but apparently has no idea why he bought it. Secondly, we have a lot of people who clearly have never looked at or tried the ...
  • The working space you use has nothing to do with your monitor color space. Some people even work in ProPhotoRGB, although there isn't any monitor that even comes close to that color space. The ...
  • Of course I'm aware of that. It was just a friendly reminder to do it, that's all.
  • I have the same experience, but there is a caveat when you think you can fall back on LR5 if after a while you conclude that LR6 is too buggy. Usually a new version of Lightroom will require you ...
  • Replied in Location
    That is only true for Actions you saved in that folder and/or actions that came with Photoshop. Unlike what many people think, Photoshop will not automatically save a recorded action in that ...
  • Maybe I don't understand your question, but I think the answer is 'neither'. Lightroom sorts folders by name, not by date.
  • No, you should NOT delete the unadjusted version! That is the original. The adjusted version is a jpeg rendering of the Aperture adjustments, because adjustments do indeed not carry over, just ...
  • Replied in Lightroom 6??
    This question gets asked from time to time, and the answer is always the same: People who don't know will tell you the rumors. Rumors about an 'imminent' release have been around since spring ...
  • Interesting how everyone automatically assumes that the client has a digital original. The OP didn't say that. Are you too young to know that once we shot on film and printed on paper? A lot of ...
  • Replied in Thanks!
    I won't say it's 'silly', but I have no idea how you could do that. It probably depends on that other app. Maybe some have the option to read an ACR profile and convert it, most won't.
  • The short answer: What you are asking is: "Why do apples have a different taste than oranges?" The long answer: A digital sensor is a linear device. Twice the amount of light generates twice the ...
  • Replied in Thanks!
    Use the profile for the 600mm/4. They are so close that it isn't worth making your own 500 profile.
  • I don't think it is, because it's a lens profile that is set as the default for a particular lens, so that is not depending on the camera. If it is, then it's a matter of doing it once for each ...
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