Ysarex

Ysarex

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Joined on Nov 24, 2011

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  • The auto focus works well also but -- BUT, if you have the camera on a tripod then why not switch to manual focus. If you don't have the camera on a tripod the camera's focus accuracy will be less ...
  • No, but it's most noticeable with ProPhoto.
  • It's not that simple. It's not just JPEG compression. ProPhoto is also involved. Because ProPhoto is so big and 16 bit able to support it you get brute force coercion if you force down to 8 bits. ...
  • And I acknowledged you were right about that in my very first response. So curious to know why you're still trying to tell me something I've already said? No argument about that as again I ...
  • Absolutely a visual difference in the two gradients -- most obvious in the blue band. So you created the first image. Then without converting to 8 bit just saved it via File>SaveAs>JPEG. Then you ...
  • You're not following. It's about the File>SaveAs>JPEG action. Do that without converting first.
  • No. In the three image example below the middle image was not converted to sRGB. The damage occurred from the forced conversion using File>SaveAs>JPEG. You're not following.
  • He's right but I don't think the reason why is clear. It's not a color management problem so in that sense you're right. It most certainly is a bit depth and conversion problem. So to reiterate: In ...
  • While you're editing your photo beginning with the raw file and continuing on until your editing is complete (assuming further work on a TIFF/PSD file), you're working color space should be ProPhoto. ...
  • It takes good closeup photos. "Macro" would technically be additional magnification beyond the close-focus capability of the G7. It competes very well in it's class and if you use a tripod the ...
  • Yes better, but it's a slight change. I looked at the EXIF data and these photos (and your post) identify that they were processed in ACR, but the ACR identified raw file is a JPEG. Did you ...
  • Not too dark as much as too flat (low contrast) and slightly off white balance.
  • Yes. When it's right. Enough to get the image right. Both.
  • Yep, I used to be a DXO user. Now I shoot Fuji (love it!) and I'm a Capture One user (love it!). I noticed something in the news a while ago about DXO and bankruptcy -- shrug.
  • You're missing it somehow. I've used ACDSee Pro for a couple years now and it supports local adjustments. This from their website about Ultimate 2019: Develop Mode Brush Additions Brush on boosts ...
  • That definitely causes missing data and to fill in for it then interpolation would typically be required to calculate what's missing. That's correct. No, of course not. Clipping off values means ...
  • The method I used did not apply interpolation to replace missing values. There were never any missing values in what I did. What you originally claimed is incorrect. You want to prove your fallacy ...
  • I do, but that's a diversion argument. Many years ago when I used a 4x5 sheet film camera I had this desire to have a camera with me all the time. Why didn't I just stick with using the view ...
  • Your assertion remains incorrect. It's possible to adjust brightness in a JPEG image and still have a final image with 256 levels of value all of which contain data. Here's a JPEG we can use as a ...
  • You mean the stuff like 8 bit, (256^3), 16 million colors, 12 bit, and 4096 levels? In my answer to the OP's same question I didn't use a single number: https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/61835951 ...
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