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

  • Replied in Topaz Studio
    I too own ACDSee Ultimate, Affinity Photo, and several Topaz plugins, my favorite plugin is Topaz Denoise.  I've been trying to figure out just how exactly Topaz Studio would fit into my workflow. ...
  • My advice to Serif is to first work on their raw development over DAM tools. Modern workflow management really requires a solid grip on raw development which the Affinity Photo for Windows just ...
  • I bought Affinity Photo for Windows the day it was released.  It's a very good bit mapped editor, and a not very good raw developer.  It has no photo management tools. I have pretty much stopped ...
  • But I still have my Executive 64, Commodore's sewing machine style portable 64.  Still works like a champ.  As far as I know, it's the only way to play "Alf in the Color Caves".  BTW, it was a ...
  • Photomatix's sample/user experimental photos are all jpegs.
  • Replied in A Nikon m43s?
    I got a hunch that is never gonna happen. Even if they don't call it an m43s camera, I can't see Nikon ever seeing that as anything but some sort of surrender. the level of hubris seems kind of ...
  • These new editors are also very in expensive, so it is possible to own two of them and still be less costly than an Adobe subscription.  Each editor seems to emphasize different strengths. As a ...
  • Even if the OP is the ONLY user who doesn't like the lag, it is still a valid complaint for him.
  • If the person/company who demonstrates that hubris is really, really, as good as they think, a little bit of hubris is probably a good thing. (Steve Jobs?).  But usually the hubris grows more ...
  • There is no inherent virtue in light OR heavy camera bodies. People act as if THEIR wants and needs are, or should be, universal. I love my E-M10, and in spite of my rapidly advancing age, I have...

  • Hasn't the internet really made trade shows fairly redundant, anyway?

  • I believe my Oly 14-54 is actually better on the 4/3s to m43s adapter and the E-M10, than on the DSLR E30. It's good on the E30, while it is very good on the E-M10.

    Now, it may be that the newer...

  • I made the switch from an Olympus DSLR to m43s, and I like the approach Olympus took. Not all Oly DSLR lenses are clunky and slow to autofocus. In my experience, the later DSLR lenses work pretty...

  • Photomatix 5 users, apparently can upgrade for FREE if I've read the download page correctly!  I'm travelling, and not using my editing computer, so I have to wait to upgrade!  I'm burning with ...
  • I doubt you will find what you are looking for. The Flickr TOS is pretty standard.
  • I kept Lightroom around for about 6 months, just in case I missed something in my conversion. After that, I figured I was good.  Then again, as a former DBA, paranoia is a survival skill!
  • Doesn't it seem though, that they must choose between low profit, and no profit?

  • We ALL know what it means to use unsupported software.
  • Well, it used to be on the Downloads page of the OnOne website.
  • The "Adjust" tab.  It is a very basic editor designed for those who don't want to spend time learning anything about editing.  If you don't want to go to the "Edit" tab, you don't ever have to.
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