Ysarex

Ysarex

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Joined on Nov 24, 2011

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  • Yes, you can check to see if clipping has occurred in the raw file. Use RawDigger to get a histogram of the raw file: There is no highlight clipping in this raw file. If you're experiencing any ...
  • Such problems can be tricky to troubleshoot. To begin with it's likely an ICC profile problem. My best guess is that it has to do with your monitor profile. LR and Firefox both use the display ...
  • I shoot exclusively raw and you are correct that the camera white balance setting does not effect the raw data. To control WB in my photos I shoot a target to take a reading from while processing ...
  • And you didn't prove it by the way.
  • No. All completely wrong. Which you know of course unless you haven't read through this and the previous thread. A clear answer to why the above is completely wrong is here: http://www.dpreview.com ...
  • All commonly accepted and commonly in-use DOF formulas and calculators disagree with this claim and they do calculate DOF with print size as a determinant. Your claim is both unsupported and ...
  • Prove it. Provide a link to a DOF calculator or DOF formula that does not incorporate print size as a DOF determinant factor. Here's a link that proves you wrong: http://dofmaster.com/dofjs.html An ...
  • But that's not stopping you from posting in the thread and making unsupported fallacious claims. Do you want to understand? This thread was begun when another thread closed. In that thread you made ...
  • You said, "Does it really matter if I display the image at 1"x1" or 10"x10" if the out of focus area is filled with a very strong blur ? A strong blur can not be sharp no matter how small you print it.
  • Huh? You'd think some exposure to science would encourage you to avoid a non sequitur. Oops! Looks like some of us missed it when you dictated that the DPR Open Talk forum is henceforth dedicated ...
  • It seems rather senseless to entirely miss the point of a thread but still pop in at the bottom with a inane comment that shows you don't know what's going on. I don't think of that as a personal ...
  • Does pointing at the extremes on the ends of a continuum invalidate the general rules that describe the progression of that continuum? Of course not. To suggest as much is the unsophisticated ...
  • It is. Just because the parameters can be preferentially adjusted doesn't invalidate them As Lee Jay noted the above variances do not alter the standard definition of DOF. The parameters for visual ...
  • It is not up to your own interpretation. The math appropriately assume averages, otherwise the math equations are precise. I suspect the reasons for your dissatisfaction derive from you and not a ...
  • Including the "subjective elements" (final print, viewing condition and human eyesight) into the accepted standard definition of DOF was purposefully done as it was clearly understood to be ...
  • Yep, Understanding Exposure by Bryan Peterson. Heaven help the poor beginner who steps in that mess.
  • DOF has been around for awhile. We are all participants in an industry that has clearly defined DOF a long time ago. The math formulas are all well known and available to all interested. It hasn't ...
  • The acuity of human eyesight is scientifically measurable, and it's worked into all DOF math formula as accepted industry wide by your camera and lens manufacturer along with all others and photo ...
  • Very good, you're starting to figure it out. That's the point of course.
  • Replied in Not again
    There's really no need to make it clear when you're using the industry standard, over 100 years old industry standard, definition that is used and endorsed by Nikon, Canon, Zeiss, Fuji, ...
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