Ronald A Yorko

Ronald A Yorko

Lives in United States FL, United States
Joined on May 3, 2007

Ronald A Yorko's recent activity

  • Just a totally bogus poll showing limited selections favoring certain products at the exclusion of so many others. Too biased in preselected product for this poll to mean anything at all.

  • Interesting info about the Topaz support staff- did you also submit a ticket to their tech support directly and get no response? I've intermittently had the same issues with quirky behavior of ...
  • It comes included with Corel Paintshop Pro X7 Ultimate.  I use it often and I'm surprised at the results being pretty good that would be difficult and time consuming to obtain manually.  I also ...
  • I saw your same post on DxO Optics forum- why haven't you contacted their tech support for help?  I've gotten fast and decent help from them for issues I've come across with the software, and they ...
  • High quality UV Haze or Polarizer might help some, but I don't think a lot. Took your image into Corel PSP X6 and used Topaz Adjust plugin to tweak it up a little, took about 2 minutes. Please ...
  • While I won't pay for a subscription for Photoshop, Lightroom is a good piece of software, but I don't want to bother with a catalog system either.  I know, I know, all the "Pro's" and "Serious ...
  • This restrictive eye point on the FZ1000 EVF is the one reason I wouldn't spend $899 for this camera- this issue annoys me to no end on the lower res EVF FZ150 and has caused me trouble getting ...
  • Created discussions FZ50 Max. Zoom
    With all the interest in the new FZ1000, I thought I'd pull out a photo taken at the maximum zoom on my old horse the FZ50.
  • Replied in Dynamic Range
    To me the D600 shots show a quite detectable expansion of the dynamic range detail compared to the FZ1000.  Sharpness is close between the two cameras. For me, the dynamic range is important, and ...
  • Try Sony's Image Data Converter software.  Simple, slow, but it can produce fairly good results.
  • Replied in Affordable
    I've been using PSP for years, and the latest X6 64 bit is quite the speed improvement. Photoshop Elements has no 64 bit version for Windows, and can't work with 16 bit images except for limited ...
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