suddie1215

suddie1215

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  • I've used Photoshop since version 5 in 1998 and Photoshop CC 2014 is the fastest loading version of the software.  I have several computers but even on my oldest - a Q9550 quad-core with only 8 GB ...
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  • Excellent as usual Ray. I did some cross processing using Curves to replicate traditional cross processing with green shadows and yellow highlights.
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    Thomas Knoll, the creator of Adobe Camera Raw and the DNG file format, has repeatedly said in the past that the data in a DNG file is the exact copy of the information in the original raw file. ...
  • DNG is essentially a file wrapper or container.  Converting a raw file to DNG is simply taking the raw data (sensor data and descriptive metadata) from the proprietary raw file and repackaging it ...
  • Awesome capture Ray.
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    Welcome back I suppose.  You created quite a stir the last few times you posted in this forum several years ago. :)
  • I think that would be difficult to do since there are an infinite number of ways one can approach image processing.  Your best bet is to familiarize yourself with all the tools in Photoshop and as ...
  • I'm afraid that no such profiles exist unless you can get them directly from Nikon's engineers. As Adobe's official documentation states, the profiles provided in Lightroom's Camera Calibration ...
  • In my opinion it depends on several factors.  Lightroom is primarily designed to convert large numbers of raw files and to manage those files.  If you don't shoot in large volumes  then you might ...
  • No, Lightroom (and Adobe Camera Raw) cannot display the actual White Balance setting used in the camera. The answer is a bit complicated but I'll try to explain.  Of all the possible in-camera ...
  • I don't know what brush that is.  Depending on the brush select, pressure affects size, opacity, or both.  Try using a brush where pressure only affects opacity and see if that works.
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  • What brush are you using to test? Using Hard Round Pressure Opacity (the 6th brush in the default list) set to 50 pixel size I see an appreciable difference using my ancient Wacom Intuos 3 tablet.
  • Do you have the Tablet Opacity control turned on in the Brush Tool Options bar?  Its the little circular icon next to the Opacity slider.
  • You've answered your own question.  A 16-bit TIFF (65,536 bits of color information) holds more than a 12-bit (4,096) or 14-bit (16,384) RAW file.  Your raw converter interpolates the additional ...
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