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  • The reason that Adobe and other companies are moving to a subscription model is that is more lucrative for them. And as they merge with or buy up their competition, consumers are left with fewer...

  • Great gallery. That guy is a master street photographer. Most of the credit goes to him, not the camera. Rob
  • I've mostly gotten past lusting after cameras. I have an SL and a Q which are so good that I have little interest in upgrading when replacement models are released. I'll just take a cold shower ...
  • I just ran a quick check on eBay, and most of the pre-owned M240s are listed between $4000-$5000, meaning a $3000 decline at most over the 4 years since the camera was first released. Over roughly ...
  • I was not aware that such a problem existed. At any rate, the capture times seem to be correct on my computer. Rob
  • You are right about Lightroom being an all-in-one editing solution, which may be its greatest appeal. Still, Adobe regards Photoshop as targeting photographers and digital artists who need more ...
  • Photoshop is a much more powerful program than Lightroom, but it is also much more complex and has a very steep learning curve. Lightroom was created for photographers who are unwilling or unable ...
  • I have been an On1 user since v8 and have upgraded with each new release. There is no question that Photo RAW 2017, at the time of its initial release. was unfinished and extremely buggy, but that ...
  • My computer is a MacPro (late 2013) with 32GB RAM and D700 video cards. I expect that this would be enough for 4K, but maybe not. Rob
  • Thanks very much for the replies. It's not so much cost as size that concerns me. I think that 27" will be quite adequate for my needs and will fit my workspace better. Resolution is not the whole ...
  • I found Matt to be practically useless as a guide to ON1. He spent most of his time discussing Lightroom. That may be why he left or was sacked.
  • Created discussion thread Photo editing monitor—4K or not 4K
    I want to replace a 9 year old 23 inch Apple Cinema Display, and I am unsure whether an ultra-HD monitor is the best way to go. What are the pros and cons? Thanks, Rob
  • Photo Ninja and On1 Photo RAW
  • Firstly, let's all recognize the fact that there is no perfect editing software. That said, I find that On1's strengths far outweigh its weaknesses and "bugs." It has an abundance of clever and ...
  • Digital cameras do not hold their value as well as lenses for the simple reason that camera technology becomes "outdated" very quickly. Good glass, however, lasts and lasts. Plenty of ...
  • That's what I was looking for but could not find. Thanks. I also found where to adjust the EVF brightness. It's under the spanner as well. Rob
  • I am new to this forum. Currently, I am testing a new X-T20 that I want to use (at least some of the time) with Leica M lenses. I have a Kipon M to X adapter, and I am pleased with the MF using ...
  • Of course, but the question was specifically about color temperature--cool vs warm--which is easy to adjust in post. I would also point out that the difference in rendering is largely attributable ...
  • Yes you can. It's one of the simplest maneuvers in photo editing.
  • If you think about it, the actual cost of any item is the difference between what you pay to buy it and what you get to sell it. Therefore, since Leica cameras and lenses hold their value ...
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