tagscuderia

tagscuderia

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  • To my eye (and on my screen) there's too much tone compression, the image lacks contrast. Also there's some obvious clipping in the water, I'd boost the highlights to disguise that but also ...
  • Have you checked the image attached by the OP? That's 100% not an OOC JPG! :-D Affinity might work ok with Quattro Lo-res but it's basically useless for Hi-res.
  • Ambivalent how? Oh dear, there was no slight intended nor do I give 2 hoots about "likes." You got the name wrong, I corrected it — but I'd have thought that the tone in my reply to Ted was clear, ...
  • Haha, quite so. It amused me that FDecker's post had 3 "likes" despite getting the name wrong. SIGMA get the same respect however I do allow myself to write SD1M versus SD1Merrill for the sake of ...
  • Just to show Olympus the respect that they deserve, it's the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II; the lock button on the mode dial being the obvious physical differentiator to the original.
  • You may well be the only person on here using SILKYPIX, but the results speak for themselves, thanks again.
  • So you're opening the X3F in SILKYPIX, any thoughts vs SPP? Looking forward to it!
  • Nice composition. Detail does look limited by luminance noise, so SFD promises much greater pixel acuity (if there's no movement) but it is a shame having to resort to a multi-shot mode and with ...
  • I've always wanted to climb Bristly Ridge in the Ogwen Valley under winter conditions so with a wind-less day forecast, I headed to Snowdonia to get some scrambling practice in before (fingers ...
  • Nice OOF area rendering and I like how the branch/twig moves in and out of focus. Good colour and detail with none of the speckling from luminance NR apparent. A marked improvement and an ...
  • Olympus OM-D E-M1?
  • SIGMA's colour rendering changes between firmware and software updates, cameras... which way the wind is blowing. I loved my dp0's colours with original firmware and SPP 6.3.3, not so much today, ...
  • Urgh, Hamlet... brings back memories! **Correction, Richardson-Lucy, not "Richard-Lucy" as I originally wrote. I did take your advice and I went on to explain what RL-D is and provided a link to a ...
  • Mark James Ford (link to his Flickr page) has used both the SD1M and sd Quattro H to photograph butterflies, he might have posted higher-res photos elsewhere. The quality is definitely there, it ...
  • I would expect a dp3 to exceed both the Pentax and Fuji! The Quattro samples posted thus far are hampered by Luminance NR so minimising that will help. Some thoughts: (1) SPP's Detail tool apes ACR's ...
  • In my experience, Merrill exhibits much lower Luminance noise and has the superior denoising in SPP. However if underexposed, you loose pixel acuity thanks to the inferior Chroma denoising. The dp ...
  • Sorry, I forgot that Google stopped working... :-P
  • I currently use a 24" 1920 x 1200 display, in work we have an iMac which is 27" 5120 x 2880 – that's 94 PPI plays 218 PPI. As you can imagine, 100% magnification of the same image on both screens ...
  • Your image shows speckled noise along edges and in OOF areas, the source of this is SPP's Luminance NR; you could filter it with Wavelets (CWT)* using a low noise sigma, or simply use minimum ...
  • Stating magnification/zoom levels is redundant without knowledge of the display, perhaps we should start using PPI... no? ;-)
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