Robert A

Robert A

Lives in United States Los Angeles, United States
Works as a CPA
Joined on Jul 28, 2002

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  • To me, the background blur has a bit of an edge, especially in the trees, that I'm not accustomed to seeing. I have this lens and it surprises me to see it here.  Is it just a characteristic of ...
  • The operative word is "indefinitely" which means "for an unlimited or unspecified period of time ".
  • Is there a corroborating source beyond Kelby?
  • First off, something's being taken out of context.  The statement may be specific to Lightroom 6 not to Lightroom generally.  It's quite possible that CC will receive updates that LR won't get ...
  • Replied in Hi Robert...
    nice post.  Thank you very much.
  • Replied in VSCO
    I realize the price is steep.  The question is how faithful and natural are the results?  I'd be looking at VSCO #1. I like that you can work directly on RAW and can make subsequent edits.  Nik and ...
  • A little extra sensor coverage is normal, so long as it's reasonably centered with respect to the framelines.
  • Created discussions VSCO
    I've been looking at VSCO with interest as a means to get a more film-look to my images in Lightroom.  I've read reviews, some of them mixed, and wondered what you all thought of their product line. ...
  • Don't know why they look different, except perhaps the operator makes subjective corrections and they were each done on different days. To my other question, is sRGB standard practice on whole-roll ...
  • I checked -- the lab will not do anything other than sRGB at this price.  ProPhoto is available, but at a significant per-frame charge.  I'm curious if this is standard practice among labs or if I ...
  • My output is an Epson 3880 and I'll process it through Lightroom.  What colorspace should I request that a lab could reasonably accommodate?
  • The same lab will scan Tri-X and they report great results with their scanner.  Given the 8-bit JPEG (or TIFF), are there any special nuances I should consider? FWIW, Tri-X never scanned well on my ...
  • Thank you, christom
  • Thanks, Andrew.
  • The only reason I'm not using the FS4000 currently is convenience and the perception (however misplaced) that the Noritsu scanner used by the lab is higher quality. If you're suggesting that the ...
  • Sorry, I tried to post this last picture. No special reason -- I just like what this camera and film did for the subject. Portra 160, Konica Hexar AF
  • I don't plan on doing much further processing. In general, is 8-bit the norm when scanning whole rolls at a time? Incidentally, the colorspace is sRGB.  Is this also normal given that I might want ...
  • Created discussions Film Scans -- JPEG vs. TIFF
    Back to shooting 35mm film. I found this lab . Their online documentation, and my experience working with them, appear to be very professional. These are Noritsu scans -- the entire roll at once, ...
  • You're assuming that a longer exposure would not have been possible and that would be incorrect.    A 1/20th second exposure most likely would have been nearly as sharp in the circumstances I was in.
  • We do.  I'm pretty sure it would have suggested the same exposure.
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