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 on: Today at 03:14:55 PM 
Started by EmmaHappy - Last post by trevorjchapman
Hi Emma,

This is a tough one to answer since there are more variables at play then just the iPhone and iOS8.  Which version of the iPhone? Do you have a Mac or a PC?  The videos that are no longer playing, do they play on your computer?  How did you acquire the videos (purchased from iTunes, burned them from a DVD, recorded them on the iPhone?

Without knowing the answers to the above I would:

1) Resync the phone with iTunes,
2) if that fails, try restoring your phone back to factory this for assistance. The retransfer your movies to your phone.
3) As a last resort, if you have a MAC, open one of the videos in Quicktime, click file....>Export....Export for iPhone.  This will reencode the video using an updated CODEC.

Good luck!



 on: Today at 03:03:50 PM 
Started by DwayneOakes - Last post by DwayneOakes
Thanks for taking a look !
Sigma dp2 Merrill/Sigma Photo Pro

Take care,
Dwayne Oakes

 on: Today at 02:53:54 PM 
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 on: Today at 02:53:36 PM 
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 on: Today at 02:53:18 PM 
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 on: Today at 02:52:34 PM 
Started by BartvanderWolf - Last post by NicolasRobidoux
With the original gamma settings, there is virtually no difference between the outputs. So I'm a bit doubtful if it really helps to use this slower method, although I do like the simplicity of clamping with an upper and lower bounds version through Median averaging.
We're beating around one bush. At this point, I don't expect a "Wow!" improvement to what we have already. Just pushing the envelope a little.
This being said, I really don't like the lightening of high freq. content when downsampling. Staying away from pixel peeping, it is my (changeable) opinion that this is more of an issue than dark halos.

 on: Today at 02:49:47 PM 
Started by michael - Last post by jwickham
With the inclusion of the ISO value in the caption I assumed the other numbers also referred to exposure values.

 on: Today at 02:44:27 PM 
Started by msoomro - Last post by Robert Ardill
What would be the best brand of wax to make a few tests?

Renaissance Waxis named in few posts I researched?

Anyone has a preference for a specific brand?

Do they come in different finish like Gloss, satin, etc?   
Or is this a case where the finish depends on how much you buff the coat of wax?

I would like to try it in a couple of different papers


I have yet to try it on inkjet paper, but on watercolor paper I've found the Winsor Newton and Dorland's Wax Medium very good.  Here's a useful link:

The amount of matte/gloss depends on how much you've buffed the coat of wax, but it seems that some wax varnishes are labelled as 'Matte'.  I don't know if that's just a marketing ploy or not ... the traditional waxes are a mixture of beeswax and a solvent like lanolin, so they will buff up if that's what you want.

I'm waiting on some inkjet fixative before trying the wax on inkjet paper.


 on: Today at 02:41:53 PM 
Started by bcooter - Last post by ynp
Leica S2

What a wonderful image! Arresting.
I found myself looking into her eye for 5 min.

 on: Today at 02:41:40 PM 
Started by BartvanderWolf - Last post by NicolasRobidoux
Looking at the histogram, there is little difference, also the softproofing shows practically the same oog areas. Also visually on screen there is no directly visible change in lightness etc.
The "lightening of high frequency areas" affects some of the schemes when downsampling. I don't expect it to be an issue when upsampling.

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