bmoag

bmoag

Joined on Mar 27, 2013

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  • I believe that soft proofing an image is useless as you are just seeing a software guess about what the image will print like which in my experience bears little relation whatever to the actual ...
  • Before the nuke option, which may be nevitable, use disk utility to verify and repair the disc as this might solve your problem. The master boot file for OSX, configp, has probably been corrupted ...
  • Even for non-professional use if your images (and documents!) are important to you having two backups minimum is vital. In my experience hard drive failure and deterioration of optical discs are ...
  • Replied in GPU
    One might think that processing static images would be ideal for parallel processing, what the GPU can do better than the CPU, but as you have seen Adobe has only been able to implement that in a ...
  • I hate to disillusion you but Both Apple and PC machines see very little end user benefit by upgrading a processor that is Sandy Bridge or later in the same class. I doubt also that you would ...
  • http://digitaldog.net/files/WideGamutPrintVideo.mov Download and watch this video, the author is a frequent contributor to these forums. It should explain why how you process images affects print ...
  • If you cannot sift through the market speak to decide what you really need perhaps you need less than what these machines can deliver.
  • Calibration at its most basic translates the colors that the monitor displays for color managed programs to compare with the RGB values they are actually outputting in the 8 bit world of computer ...
  • If you work in a corporate environment with shared computes the three finger salute is something you do every time you sign on as a different user than the person before. Even Bill Gates admits it ...
  • You do not say what your Apple machine is so I presume it is an older model. It takes all kinds to make the world but it would be economic insanity to pay the Apple tax for obsolete hardware in a ...
  • Although it is a bit longer in focal length the best value in the Nikon lens catalog is the venerable 50mm f1.8. It is sharper by far than the kit zoom and focuses reasonably close but not macro. U ...
  • If sensor noise at higher ISOs is your main concern you should broaden your search. Noise is measurable and comparable and the sensor tests on this web site let you decide for yourself what you ...
  • The Dell 27 inch 4k monitor is probably being closed out as I have seen it at sub $400 prices. All 4k monitors in that price class apparently use the same panel and electronics and are rated at ...
  • There are a variety of ways to share monitors, keyboards and mice that ore OS agnostic but those that use more modern connections tend to be pricey. These range from complex KVM type switch boxes ...
  • I believe the best bang for the buck in terms of high ISO performance are the Nikon 24mp aps sensors and the cheapest/smallest is the D3300 (you can review the testing on this website). ...
  • I hooked mine up to a 27 inch Dell 4k monitor. It was one of the ugliest experiences I have had in many years. It worked but phrases like "slow as molasses in January" come to mind. Ergo I would ...
  • I have dual booted for years between Microsoft and non-Microsoft OSes including OSX. You are best avoiding issues with partitions by installing each OS on its own hard drive. It is safest to ...
  • Your lenses are fine, your camera is ancient by digital standards. The best Canon bang for the buck would be a Canon T5 if you do not need an articulating screen. You should see a major improvement ...
  • As a user of 3000 and 5000 series Nikon cameras: if video is important to you the articulating screen of the 5200 will help see what you are recording in daylight. Otherwise the 3300 has the same ...
  • This is an Ultrasharp monitor. The Dell calibration software, as opposed to the x-rite, should recognize it as such and automate calibration with the internal LUT. Mine does although it is not 4k. ...
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