edispics

edispics

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  • Replied in Easy
    Thanks Steve, that makes sense.
  • Just a simple example - say you want to take a photo of a running stream, and you want that nice long exposure look, and it's broad daylight. How do you close down your aperture enough so that you ...
  • Replied in Easy
    Thanks for the ref. By the way, just curious, why are you using 240 ppi vs your printer's native res of 360 ppi (2440 dpi/8 channels = 360 ppi)? Doesn't matter, the driver will upsample anyway, but ...
  • Replied in Actually ...
    Disregard, I see this was already discussed, sorry. Actually, it proportionately changes the PPI, not the DPI: This is from the PS CS6 print box, it refers to PPI, not DPI.
  • OK, sure, but you still didn't explain why you thought the term was misleading. Just curious. And since you use Qimage, how do you find it? I know a lot of DPreview folks use it. Have you compared ...
  • Replied in Oloneo
    Not as far as I remember. But I always continue processing my photos with PS and that's where I do my geomteric corrections. Actually I have friends who use Oloneo as their go-to raw converter. I ...
  • Why do you say it is misleading? When talking printers you have PPI and DPI. Printers have native print resolutions, for example, here is an excerpt from a forum, referencing Jeff Schewe, who ...
  • Replied in Oloneo
    I have Oloneo and Photomatix and NIC HDR Efex Pro. I use all of them. Each has its strengths and weaknesses. Having said that I find Oloneo superb. Changes in parameters are reflected in real ...
  • http://99designs.com/designer-blog/2013/02/26/ppi-vs-dpi-whats-the-difference/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dots_per_inch and from Adobe: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/image-size-reso ...
  • There's a Chinese factory churning out dozens of variations which are then sold under dozens of brand names. They're all essentially the same camera. I bought mine directly from China for $49.95, ...
  • Just one small correction, it was not I who made the remark about the 16 year old. I guess you just can't even get your "old coot"s lined up properly. Anyways, I am bored, I will take Sean's advise ...
  • Gratuitous ad hominem? With one stroke you just label everyone but yourself as "a bunch of old coots who obviously know nothing about computers"? What is that? And making stuff up like "telling us ...
  • We all know you are a one trick pony. That one trick is getting well worn by now . It consists of making stuff up about what others think/say. At first it is amusing, over time it just gets boring. ...
  • Thought I would just assemble a bunch of relevant performance papers that you can go through at your leisure. From Adobe: http://www.nvidia.ca/content/adobe/pdf/adobe-hardware-performance-white-pap ...
  • You are absolutely right. That is his pattern and I am familiar with it. But it's a slow day and I'm bored. Just curious to see how daft he can get this time around.
  • http://www.slrlounge.com/lightroom-lr5-lr4-hardware-performance-test-review/
  • ok, ok, ok, let me get this straight, just for the record, since the OP has stated he uses PS, LR and Premiere, are you claiming that if he is using HDDs, that if he switches to SSDs, then PS, LR ...
  • yes, and I do believe it would be considered "fair use" anyway. Lots of discussions of "fair use" out there, this one is very much to the point: http://libguides.mit.edu/usingimages Column on the ...
  • Assuming your question relates to photo processing software - Here are some interesting results from Lightroom testing. The article and specific test results are here: http://www.slrlounge.com/ligh ...
  • Replied in best photos
    Checked the link. Sweet!!! Thanks!
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