gscotten

gscotten

Lives in United States VT, United States
Joined on Jul 29, 2007

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  • It says on the package to print on the shiny side. Canon ALWAYS tells you which side to use.
  • No, I was replying to Malch, who said it was only available in 32-bit on CS6. Can you just drag a copy of the plugin from your old copy of CS6 into CC? Might work....
  • It is in my 64-bit copy of CS6 under [Image] [Adjustments] [Variations] The Variations.8BF file is located in C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS6 (64 Bit)\Required\Plug-Ins\Filters.
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    Windows does recognize the profile, even if you don't include the EXIF data. The file properties only shows the EXIF data, not the info from the ICC profile header. CS6 does fill the Color ...
  • To my taste, the face is a tad overprocessed and the neck/chest is under done. I would also tone down the red blood vessels in her eyes a little. And I don't like the large shadow??? in the very ...
  • Jeff, In Windows it is Ctrl-Y.
  • My monitor profiles are not listed in ACR 8.7. Don't know why yours is. That is where you set your monitor profile.  I have used both Colormunki and Argyll + DispcalGui, and they both set this ...
  • You should not be attaching a DEVICE profile to your images. They should have an IMAGE profile, most commonly sRGB, aRGB, or ProphotoRGB. The monitor profile is created when you calibrate the ...
  • In CS6 Ctrl-Y turns on soft proof. I assume it will in CC as well. But the other posters point out, you should not be doing this.
  • Sorry, I should have checked. I see it only numbers the first ten.
  • If you click on the Window menu, at the very bottom it lists (and numbers) the open windows. I don't know how it handles large numbers of images.
  • Well, sort of. You can drag a raw file onto your LR icon and it will then import it. You can then process it and export an output version. Then remove the raw from LR or just leave it there and ...
  • Don't we all wish! If your picture is properly sharpened for screen viewing, you HAVE to sharpen it more to print it. Lightroom has a three level option in the Print module, but Photoshop requires ...
  • I would agree with 600dpi for prints, but strongly recommend scanning the negatives if you still have them. In every test I have done, the negative beats the print every time. In the past I used a ...
  • I am only familiar with ViewNX by name, but the big thing for me that Qimage does is automatically calculate the optimum output sharpening for whatever size print I am making. And the DFS ...
  • Before you discount it too heavily, try it. The gym I shot in last night gave me iso 1600, f/1.8, at 1/120 second without flash. Pretty marginal, even if you push the shutter a couple of stops and ...
  • Oh, dear. I try not to assume too much. That's why I ran the free trial and decided for myself, and that is what I recommended for you. It costs you nothing but a couple pieces of paper and some ...
  • The majority probably haven't used it. Download the trial and try it for yourself. If you make it past the interface, I think you'll buy it. (I did, and I am a notorious tightwad.) Particularly if ...
  • ARShutterbug is 100% correct. There is no light in a school gym. It may look bright to your wonderful human eyes, but your camera knows better. I shoot basketball games for my neighbors ...
  • I'm with you, because I wanted my printer on the other side of the room. The wifi has worked flawlessly for almost three years now. I had my concerns when I set it up, but my fears proved to be ...
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