rb0321

rb0321

Lives in United States SC, United States
Joined on Dec 18, 2011
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  • Replied in Lightroom 6
    Have to agree on getting something newer. LR6 still works fine on my 4-5 year old HP x360 stuck at Win10 and I'll likely leave it on there as long as it does. If nothing else it's a good backup ...
  • There were articles written awhile back about users of Apple devices being charged more for hotels and flights when booking online. No idea if it's true but an interesting idea anyway.
  • Yes, understand but was wondering if there's a provision to tweak the results (if so desired) just in case one wanted to compromise one area 'slightly' to minimize overcompensation elsewhere. Nice ...
  • Wow, that did a great job with negligible cropping. Especially noticeable in the corners at wider angles, the way it returns people/signs/cars to normal proportions anywhere away from the center ...
  • Ok, PM with link to 4 RAW files sent.
  • Since I mostly shoot nature/wildlife/landscapes, wide shots like that are limited but I do have shots of old log cabins, local bike rallies, car shows, etc. Have to go out now but will find ...
  • Sure, have noticed it at the wide end of my 24-120. When I still had a Nikon D7000 I used a 10-24mm that was fun but presented the usual UWA challenges. When getting a D750 I was still able to use ...
  • Yes, I see that now. No, DT doesn't offer volume correction and looking more carefully through this thread I see it would be a very useful tool for UWA work. Thanks for posting these.
  • Out of curiosity I ran it through Darktable's perspective correction and there was a bigger crop on the sides.
  • Ok, so that's Apples older format as they are now using APFS on newer machines using macOS Sierra (10.12) and later. The old format still works but the new one is closer to NTFS and much better ...
  • macOS and Windows use different file systems, APFS vs NTFS, so you'll have to research software that can read the APFS files in Windows and/or a way to format the drive to read both.
  • I should add that I had similar reservations when first checking out DT. Neither is exactly user friendly (or intuitively obvious) in any way. At least they are both well-documented with very good ...
  • Know the feeling, I felt that way about RT when I fist saw it. ;-)
  • So there's hope for a new release then. The main advantage I've found RT had over DT (primarily a few years ago) is with sharpening/noise reduction and some cases of chromatic aberration. It's not ...
  • Ok, good to know. RT doesn't seem to be getting much attention, in fact the latest 'news' release on their site is almost 2 years old so I'm not holding my breath.
  • Yes, good point! Most of mine is solid but does have a row of vents along the bottom, up near the hinge that pull air in. Definitely don't want to block those.
  • Used my 13" HP x360 convertible for awhile before buying a 24" QDH monitor to use it in clamshell mode. Love the touchscreen and won't ever buy a laptop without one again. 13" was a bit small but ...
  • That explains why it was missing. It's been quite awhile since a new stable release so that would be welcome. Have used earlier 'stable' versions in Linux and Windows but now just Windows. I'll ...
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