Glen Barrington

Glen Barrington

Lives in United States Springfield, IL, United States
Works as a Retired
Joined on Mar 21, 2003
About me:

I look good fat, I'm gonna look good old. . .

Glen Barrington's recent activity

  • Hmm! I'm in over my head on this one. Few software publishers ever seem to stop supporting cameras once they start. At least, not that I ever heard of. I think you ought to get ACDSee tech support ...
  • Leica seems well supported by ACDSee Pro and Ultimate 10.  I know they open DNG files converted by Lightroom and the free Adobe conversion utility like a champ (Pro 6 did too) https://www.acdsee.co ...
  • to get the photos you want.  I don't try to talk people into, or out of, camera gear.  It's just gear. . .
  • I don't think that is how these services are developing, at least for the most part. They are becoming a primary storage medium for smaller discrete files the average user doesn't want to clutter ...
  • Created discussion thread Anyone use Audacity for sound editing?
    I know this isn't a very focused post, but Audacity is a BIG subject and I'm a bit overwhelmed. I've read enough about Audacity to think it's value as a sound editor is pretty high. And I've even ...
  • Interesting, I rather like it, and have had no problems with it.  I'd like more batch photo management features, but I think it's pretty darned good, overall.
  • and some 4/3s DSLR lenses.  Actually, it's what I've got, and I couldn't be happier with my photos.
  • It costs about $10 USD, but it does raw and layers and has basic photo management.  I've incorporated it into my traveling workflow. I wrote about that workflow HERE
  • For a while, at least.  Their time is coming.   That ship has sailed.  Personally, I like Win10
  • They are virtually identical. Almost none of them display raw natively, and with the exception of the combination of ACDSee and Microsoft OneDrive, none can really be used the way you want.  You ...
  • And it is a thing you've got to BUY and which pays a licensing fee to Apple for the right to produce.  What a lucky coincidence for Apple!
  • Big companies do not (and can not) change direction at the drop of a pin.  Photography is simply not the high profit industry that it used to be.  Nor is desktop/SOHO computing.  Both are now, or ...
  • Replied in Exif Data
    Sorry, but your question doesn't make any sense.  I'm not sure what you are asking about.
  • It is up to the manufacturers to develop products that meet the public's demand for goods and services.  The Camera Industry has not done that, instead they have concentrated on providing goods ...
  • Replied in Technically, yes
    It seems unlikely to cause you grief, but you never know.
  • No, it means, I don't expect my layered edits in ACDSee Ultimate and Affinity Photo to ever be supported by another, different application and my workflow reflects that. Once I get a photo to a ...
  • We've only got about 127 posts to go before it automatically closes! I suggest we all do our part, and each bring up some obscure point and then conclusively refute 2 other people's obscure point, ...
  • Replied in ????
    Serif PhotoPlus, PagePlus, WebPlus, etc have always been Windows apps.
  • The only real surprise about the Affinity suite plan, for me at least, is the desire to serve Mac users at a time when Apple itself seems reluctant to serve the desktop market.
  • Created discussion thread Some advice to Corel . . .
    I suspect the Corel PaintShop Pro Developers are working to get the next version of PSP ready for release some time in September or October (if my understanding of their past behavior is any ...
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