Dan Marchant

Lives in Hong Kong Hong Kong
Works as a Business Development Consultant
Has a website at http://www.danmarchant.com
Joined on Jun 14, 2011

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  • If blowing out the background doesn't matter then spot meter on the horse to get a proper exposure for the horse. However, you need to remember that very dark or white horses will throw out the ...
  • Have you conducted a search by file name within Lightroom? Go to the Library menu. Ensure that "Show Photos in Subfolders" is ticked, Go to the View menu and ensure that "Show filter bar" is ticked, ...
  • Actually this is incorrect. You certainly can re-import an image that has been removed from the catalog either using the Import function or by syncing the specific folder. What you can't do is ...
  • Is this a third party plugin or one that comes with LR by default? I am only able to remove third party plugins, not those that were installed by default when LR was installed.
  • Get a rocket blower and a lens brush. Also get some screen cleaning fluid and a lint free cloth. Don't use your tee shirt etc as they can be quite abrasive or may deposit bits of lint on the lens ...
  • Yep, and they will even leave stuff that they don't think they can sell easily. When we were burgled they took the wife's modern jewellery but not the antique stuff that came down from her Indian ...
  • There are threats to your property but someone physically breaking into your house to steal computer data isn't one of them (unless you are Beyonce or an international spy with nuclear secrets). Th ...
  • I noticed it but assumed they did it intentionally. No idea why they would but it happened several times and I assumed they would have known about it/avoided it if it wasn't intentional. Was odd ...
  • Replied in Annual review
    I certainly don't save EVERY picture but I save most. I go back through my old photos every year. It's obviously an excellent way to see how I have progressed in my photography and my post ...
  • 1. Which version of LR are you using? 2. What program are you using to view the JPEG after export? 3. Are you viewing the JPEG at the same size as you are viewing the RAW image in LR?
  • I have had no such problems. For me LR handles the DNGs in exactly the same way (and at the same speed) as normal RAW files.
  • You may well have a problem with your camera or lenses. Unfortunately you're very unlikely to be able to solve the problem without doing proper testing (as opposed to just going out shooting). 1. ...
  • No. A consequence of over-processing a JPEG file. If you had shot RAW you would be far less likely to have the problem.
  • Something to be aware of. The best view is from the Peak Viewing Platform but that doesn't open until 10.00am (8.00am Saturdays/Public holidays) and they don't allow tripods. From ground level the ...
  • The cameras you refer to were launched after LR5 so it does not recognise their RAW format files. Unfortunately Adobe have taken the decision of not supplying format updates to older versions of ...
  • What already established setting is it defaulting back to? If you try to enter settings that are the same as and already defined ratio LR will simply select that ratio. EG If you already have ...
  • So they haven't actually paid, just received a bill?
  • No he doesn't. His solution will delete all his previous image edits, which is not a good solution.
  • I am neither young (far from it) nor sexy and I don't post narcissistic selfies but I still think it's great because.... 1. It is a great place to try new/weird/interesting stuff that you wouldn't ...
  • Just FYI the comment on your site that "I’m in the UK, and whilst copyright is automatic, legal action is not going to be cheap" is now out of date. The UK introduced the IPEC (Intellectual ...
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