Phil Hill

Phil Hill

Lives in United States FL, United States
Works as a Soon to retire. (I hope.)
Joined on Nov 23, 2004

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  • If you subscribe and pay perpetually then you've got a perpetual license. If you don't want to pay that price, that's perfectly understandable and reasonable. But let's at least be honest that ...
  • DxO’s raw engine only works with Bayer sensors, so it’s understandable and not surprising that they don’t support X-Trans. You make a good point, though about the ‘not yet’ language. That either ...
  • Even if the tool at the bottom is incorrect regarding the date, and we don't know that for certain, the one at the top only says not yet.  It doesn't say that support won't be coming.  You might ...
  • That only says that it's not supported yet , which is true. It doesn't say that it's been cancelled, which was implied in your first post. Anyway, you're using the wrong tool to see the release ...
  • If you mean they were lost when you went from CC to CC 2014, you should be able to copy them from the CC actions folder to the CC 2014 actions folder.
  • The other two programs you mentioned claim to be able to restore sharper focus to missed-focus shots. Piccure+, on the other hand, claims to analyze the image for lens faults and attempts to ...
  • Replied in It depends...
    For most people, I don't think "show the performance" is what photography is about.  Of course, there are also those that spend more time on the DxOMark and other technical web sites than they do ...
  • I believe that a resume is intended to be a door opener, not the story of your life, so I don't think screeners are going to be interestred in hobbies or willing to take the time to read about ...
  • Just a guess, but from looking at the Exif, I'd say improper exposure.
  • Just install them again, but be sure to use the latest versions from the respective websites.  There should be no need to uninstall previous versions.
  • Agreed, DxO first.  After DxO converts the raw data you can make additional adjustments in the software of your choosing.
  • You could try sending yourself a PM and see which e-mail address receives the notification.
  • Look under Color Accentuation for Vibrancy and Saturation. Also, take a look at the options under Color Rendering. You might find that you can adjust to taste. That said, you most likely will get ...
  • The optimal brightness will depend somewhat on the illumination in your work area, but somewhere between 80-100 cd/m2 is probably what you want.
  • It could simply be that they intended to notify you that they're about to renew your subscription for another year, but a glitch caused the wrong e-mail to be sent.  The $9.99 subscription is an ...
  • Many graphics-intensive programs don't work properly with integrated Intel video. I believe the issue originates with Intel, rather than OnOne. Why would OnOne (and other companies) deliberately ...
  • It might be best to process the raw files in DxO OP first, and then import the resulting 16-bit TIFF files into LR. I'm a longtime DxO OP user but I don't use LR, so I might have a skewed view.
  • I don't think DxO OP is going to show your focus point. That's not really a function of a raw converter, and each camera manufacturer is going to store that information differently.
  • That's unfortunate, but probably not too surprising. The Pro 1 was introduced nearly 11 years ago, and probably was at the margin for DxO at the time. Although I never got to shoot with it, a ...
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