Sasquatchian

Joined on Jul 26, 2021

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  • There's always a problem when there's an official manufacturer's rep participating in a discussion thread where his own product is the subject. :When someone is having calibration issues and ...
  • Not only that lens, which was better than it's rather lackluster reputation, but also two others from Nikon that were roughly 2x zooms - a 28-50, something I shot an entire campaign for Quicken ...
  • Color Navigator will remind you to re-calibrate every 200 hours for all of you dedicated Eizo users out there. The useful life of their displays, according to Eizo USA is 30,000 hours. Do the ...
  • No Erik, all browsers do not handle untagged files the same. It depends on the browser, the version of the browser and the version of the OS. You can't assume that to be the case. Firefox does ...
  • You answered your own question. "PNG does not handle color profiles" Exporting them as sRGB is fine if you know it's going to be viewed on an sRGB screen, but most photographers these days have ...
  • I've been using Tom C PIckard Insurance in Hermosa Beach, Ca. for decades. They used to be the official APA insurance vendor but are not longer. Even better that they're not. And the great thing ...
  • Gato - Maybe when you're young and have no experience doing that kind of work is okay, but not now. About two years ago a film maker friend of mine living in Joshua Tree wanted to get into the ...
  • Gato - It really depends on where you are. $50K a year here in L.A. is poverty level but in a small market city it might be more survivable. But the real question is whether or not you want to ...
  • Of  course I knew. On that particular job we scouted and planned out the order of the shots to be most efficient and take advantage of the sun where applicable, and even set up a time lapse camera ...
  • It's all but impossible to tell anything regarding image sharpness and detail from the low res images posted here but since the original question was about combining images, let's address that. It' ...
  • Real Estate photography in most markets is nowhere near what architectural photography is, although it can be. For down and dirty real estate photography pretty much all you need is an ultra wide ...
  • Eizo Color Navigator along with the built in colorimeter both work exceptionally well but you really do have to dive into the settings when setting up your calibration. First, and I'm assuming ...
  • Erik's experience does not mirror my own. I'm not really sure what is meant by "aggressive tone curve". It has a gamma corrected tone curve just like any other raw converter, plus, if you don't ...
  • Converting to DNG typically tosses all the color and profile tags that were in the raw file - the ones that Capture One uses automatically with their very carefully crafted input profiles to give ...
  • You don't have to limit yourself to labs in New England. I'm sure that a lab like The Icon in Los Angeles would have no issues pulling your film a stop. It's really not that big a deal on a ...
  • The Minolta Colormeter II, while pretty good in its day, unfortunately cannot accurately measure any of today's modern LED lighting. I just wouldn't bother with it. The replacement, and it's an ...
  • The above advice is a good start. Pulling a stop in the situation is going to be fine and lower your contrast a bit making the film even easier to scan, and speaking of scanning, find someone who ...
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