Digital Nigel

Lives in United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
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Joined on Jan 23, 2004

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  • Yes, and you can move forwards and backwards through the history pane, but I prefer to work on a virtual copy of the edited image. That way, you can keep each version, taking almost zero disk space. ...
  • This camera has been fully supported since PhotoLab 2. I have used all the versions since then with my RX100M6, and PL does a fantastic job with its raw files.
  • Do you use zebras?  They can help limit over-exposure.
  • Yes, there are some blown highlights, despite your normally safe and sensible choice of -0.7EV. In this case, -1EV would have been better. Given that noise isn't a problem for PL6 users, that ...
  • I think the main problem was that image stabilisation was accidentally turned off. The 600mm equivalent zoom image consequently suffers from camera shake. Sharpen AI Motion Blur mode fixed it quite ...
  • Yes, I tried all the camera colours available, and liked the Leica M9/10 best. I've used them for all my images from all my cameras for years. And if applied via the default preset, it's ...
  • Replied in From VP 3
    As Ian says, VP4 has one major enhancement, the ReShape mesh warp tool. You can use this within PL6 and its non-destructive workflow, and I'm finding that more useful than I expected. But it ...
  • I generally reduce the size of the exported image, so I wouldn't normally notice. It depends on the machine, and specifically the GPU. XD takes double the time of normal DeepPRIME on my machine. ...
  • It did in this case, but I don't process enough JPEGs to know if it sometimes works with them.  It usually works with raws in those cases where it's sensible to use it (ie, when the perspective ...
  • Yes, make that one of the settings in your default preset that gets applied to every new file the first time PL sees it.
  • I use the same colour rendering (Leica M10, though I don't use any Leica cameras) for all my cameras in PhotoLab.
  • It's easy to correct the perspective in this image using the PhotoLab perspective tool (which is newly free in PL6, but was built into every previous version of PL as well, but only switched on if ...
  • Yes, that's what I did.
  • Please also share the raw files so we can try our own settings on them.
  • It has a library of different 'looks' throughout the history of photography, emulating what particular photographers or schools produced in that era. When you choose one, it'll change the settings ...
  • What happens is that when you open a folder in PL, it scans all the files in it, and if any require additional optics modules, it will show you the list it wants to download. Once you say yes and ...
  • DeepPRIME doesn't do anything to correct motion blur or camera shake, which is the main problem in that frame. Turning on OSS would definitely have helped a lot. Not only would it have reduced the ...
  • It's been that way for 15 or more years. No, that's not possible. PL always loads the right optics module.
  • Which preset did you use?  What Smart Lighting, ClearView Plus settings? PL6 does a fantastic job processing my RX100M6 images.
  • No, I don't think you'd get diffraction at f/4. It's only noticeable from f/8. I processed your raw through PL6 using my settings, and then exported to Topaz Sharpen AI. It thought the source of ...
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