Chris Noble

Chris Noble

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Joined on Jan 19, 2012

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  • How do you know that Hasselblad is making these filters themselves? They don't say that anywhere.

  • I find that shooting Raw with a cellphone and doing some PP can give great results. Perspective and crop corrections almost always, and other IQ aspects. Although the out-of-the-phone JPEGs keep ...
  • Interesting theory... What about prominent artists who peaked late? Did they also start late? Seems that intense involvement in an artistic pursuit at a young age is a common factor among ...
  • A cell-phone would give you a similar result for these types of photos under these lighting conditions.
  • Replied in Very inspiring
    This is one of the most interesting interviews I've read on DPReview. I've been following the messy Olympus corporate story for many years. Makes so much sense for OMDS to buy the camera & lens ...
  • I have repeatedly found that putting a post-processed image aside for a few days and then coming back to examine it with a fresh eye is very useful. A technique that is very commonly used by painters.
  • Hard to miss the evidence. Here's one of many studies: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2016/06/23/when-you-will-most-likely-hit-your-creative-peak-according-to-science/
  • Exactly incorrect... One of the important applications of statistics is to identify if the examples touted by defenders of various opinions are typical, or if they are outliers. I think you meant ...
  • Replied in "For example"
    Discussions about group dynamics requires a basic understanding of the concept of statistical distribution.  Individual examples can be typical or can be outliers.
  • Replied in Simple scheme
    Run CHKDSK /r periodically to do a sector-by-sector file-system scan, including the faulty-sector store. Run SFC /scannow to fix corrupted OS system files. You don't. You'll never know when it will ...
  • Replied in Clogging?
    Just getting into this topic, since the last time I printed was in a darkroom, but I have a material-science background. Suspensions (like pigment inks) are much more likely to clog a delivery ...
  • What about other factors: gamut, saturation, print-head clogging, ink cost, print-paper range, other?
  • What is the meaning of that question and smilie? Sorry but it confuses me. The OP is not a pro, and is not interested in printing volume. Neither am I OP, your interesting post struck a cord. I've ...
  • Of course (sigh...). These guidelines are not absolute imperatives that apply in all situations. I think I made that point a few times. Thanks! I was not aware of the Kane magnetic filters that ...
  • "A little less conversation, a little more action please".
  • You have plenty of room on your SSD C: drive. Leave everything there. The SSD is much faster and more reliable than the HDD D: drive. When you start running out of space on the C: drive, you can ...
  • ... is sometimes faking the big O.
  • A graduated filter should only be used in situations where it is appropriate, which is when there is a general gradation from dark to light across the composition. Those are the situations where it ...
  • Are they "Solid State" drives (SSD) or "Hard" drives (HDD)? Or one of each?
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