fPrime

fPrime

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  • I don't doubt you. It maybe entirely lens dependent. If I notice the phenomena again I'll try to document it to post here. fPrime
  • The only problem I can see with this strategy is that it potentially elevates shadow noise in the corners by raising their exposure in RAW conversion only to darken them later in post. fPrime
  • I've got no doubt remaining that ON1 Photo RAW destroys too much fine color detail for my tastes after testing it with some of my other cameras. Here's a D60 RAW worked up with similar WB and ...
  • The strength of the sharpening effect seems to vary a bit for me dependent upon which lens is being corrected for. With lenses that have very little distortion there seems to be less of a ...
  • That could also point to a problem with PR's indexing function. A "new user" has no photo library to pore through. fPrime
  • @ tkbslc: Panasonic might be close to 5 versions of the same camera based on the way they market exactly identical models with different product names... and some even rebranded entirely for...

  • Speaking of default sharpening, do you find that ON1 also automatically applies some sharpening when lens correction is applied to fix distortion? It seems to do that on my RAW files... I click ...
  • Yes, that's all fine and dandy but the font size is unchanged despite the greater real estate that the text occupies within the panel. Really? Note the "Font Size" option in Lightroom. In the age ...
  • Probably you misunderstood the issue... I am not talking about the preview image size while browsing. The thumbnails can be easily scaled up in ON1 as your screenshots show. What I am referring to ...
  • They said try the next upcoming version 2018.5.2 but I got the exact same rendering result. I’ve asked them for the 2017 version to see if it is the new debayering in 2018 that is the cause of my ...
  • I generally abhor using zooms but even I thought it worthwhile to buy a gently used 17-55 for $600 in order to have its constant and fast f/2.8 aperture for my CCD-based DX classics. It's built to ...
  • Didn’t use these but will try. Personally I’m still suspecting it’s the “enhanced” debayering to be at fault here. Anything that eliminates fringing globally seems to eat color locally so I’ve sent ...
  • I'm relatively set there as I have Lr, C1 Pro, DxO, NX2, NX-D, DPP, RT, Photo Ninja, Raw Therapee installed... suffice to say I know the merits/weaknesses of all these converters save for ON1. ;-) ...
  • Yes, ON1 definitely handled the fringing around the letters better than Lightroom, didn't it? Maybe that points to one of their claimed new features in Photo Raw 2018: Debayering – The algorithms ...
  • Otherwise known as a "quirk". Quirks are peculiar real world idiosyncrasies, differences, or characteristics. Perhaps I will. The reason I ask the question here first is to make sure I haven't ...
  • Created discussion thread ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5 Quirks
    So I've been testing the trial version of ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5 and generally like the output I can quickly pull out of it compared to Lightroom. Like any RAW converter, however, I'm also noticing ...
  • Fantastic? The images look like they are circa 2015 cell phone images.

  • Agreed, the SMI scores for the M9 and M240 aren't very good. Which may simply mean that the M9 isn't very color accurate despite being punchy and saturated. Just to be clear, I'm not advocating ...
  • Sure, I can understand that some may think the remaining differences are small. Just keep in mind that the author admitted the CMOS images all had to be hand tuned to come close to the CCD ...
  • Replied in Beautiful images
    Great examples illustrating your points, Marcio. Thanks for posting them. fPrime
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