Monochrom/Noctilux - West Virginia freeway stop

Started Aug 30, 2013 | Discussions thread
OP dale thorn Senior Member • Posts: 1,758
Re: Monochrom/Noctilux - West Virginia freeway stop

BSweeney wrote:

Lightroom 4 that comes with the camera has a very good batch processing mode where you can apply corrections to groups of images and "Sync" them. My first Monochrom camera was 8-bits, the best that a commercial camera could achieve 20 years ago. 30 years ago, the digital "imagers" that we made had 15-bit pixels. You need it. No one would think of using 64:1 compression for images. That's about what you are doing when using 8-bit images instead of 14-bit (16 bits stored), you can save a lot of images by having the raw image. You can always import everything into Lightroom, select all, and export to Jpeg. You can re-size in one step for posting online.

I'm being drawn into Adobe, surely as I type this. Oh well - it's free. Now all I have to do is figure out the defaults.

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