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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  • I believe it when I see it. There have been rumors like this for at least two years, and nothing happened. If Canon really has this camera ready to be announced next month, they would have shown ...
  • You can export a project from Aperture as a new library, so the answer to that is yes.
  • Do you see them in the Finder? If so, start Aperture by double clicking on a library. If not, you somehow deleted them so I hope you make backups...
  • Photoshop CC 2014 has a new option to select things that are sharp. If you use that and then inverse the selection, you'll get what you want.
  • It's logical that you can't change this to the full version by entering a key code. If you could, Apple would receive no money because the app is free in the App Store. Apple would never accept ...
  • Look at the lower left corner of the splash screen when you start the application...
  • No, Aperture isn't going away tomorrow, but it is going away, period. If you are an existing Aperture user, there is no reason to make the jump right now. Many do or have already done so, but you ...
  • The images you correct in Lightroom would have to be exported as tiff or psd from Lightroom and then imported again in Aperture. Aperture cannot read Lightroom corrections of raw files. That ...
  • Trashing Aperture will do just that: trashing Aperture. Nothing else gets deleted.
  • Just throw Aperture in the trash. That won't delete your library.
  • You can't make a raw file, just like you can't make an egg from an omelet. However, you can save an HDR file as a 32 bits/color psd file and import that into Lightroom. Lightroom can work with ...
  • Of course, Basalite. You are right, Basalite. The fact that Adobe has an option in the print module to sharpen based on output, and they added a sharpen option in the export dialog is only because ...
  • I ignored the samples, because the only thing they prove is that you don't understand the concept of capture/output sharpening. The concept is not that it's supposed to give you sharper images! The ...
  • Why am I not surprised that you know better than people like the late Bruce Fraser or like the ones who develop Lightroom? :-(
  • Applying noise reduction twice does indeed not make sense. Applying sharpening twice does make a lot of sense. There are quite a few articles and books (such as 'Real world sharpening' from the ...
  • What I know is that Adobe has a Lightroom plugin to remove this crop info. You first need to convert the raw file to DNG. Then you use the ‘Adobe DNG Recover Edges plugin’ ...
  • The first thing I would try is to activate the crop tool in Aperture to see if there is an automatic 16:9 crop in place.
  • Here's a quick and effective way to deal with it. This works in both Photoshop as well as Photoshop Elements. Open the image and make a copy of the image in a new layer. Set the Blending Mode of ...
  • I think it is chromatic aberration, but indeed not the usual CA that is caused by the optics of the scanner or the camera. This is caused by the subject itself. Apparently, when it reflects the ...
  • Photoshop CC ACR and Lightroom 5 also don't use lens data anymore for removal of CA. Previous versions did (through the lens profiles), but the latest versions use a separate algorithm. That's why ...
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