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 on: Today at 04:19:27 PM 
Started by revaaron - Last post by Justinr
There's something of a charity event every Easter around these parts, on the Sunday there is a vintage Rally and family day whilst on the Saturday us bikers tend to take a run to raise a few pennies, it's all in aid of the local hospice and here are a few shots from the weekend.

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 on: Today at 04:14:43 PM 
Started by churly - Last post by amolitor
Photographic abstracts have a harder row to hoe than abstract paintings. A photo is always of something, there is no denying that there was something there in front of the lens, the photographer is simply choosing to conceal what it is. So you're starting off in a bad place with the viewer.

Am I supposed to figure out what it is? Or not? Can I? A degree of frustration and potential annoyance is built in.

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 on: Today at 03:51:30 PM 
Started by amolitor - Last post by amolitor
Here's something that's not part of some project where I know where I'm going.


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 on: Today at 03:37:52 PM 
Started by david distefano - Last post by Chris Livsey
There was a book " capture one applied craftsmanship" Walter Borchenko. It came with a CD with files as used in the book to demonstrate and preset downloads.
As it is based on a version of C1 many iterations ago it is of less value today but may be available S/H for little money. Around 2009, how digital moves on, I am mixing developer from books printed in the 1930s.

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 on: Today at 03:21:22 PM 
Started by bgphoto - Last post by bgphoto
I am sorry, I meant the miniscule help information that barely tells you what each function does.

The documentation that comes with it, just barely discusses how to install the application.

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 on: Today at 03:19:34 PM 
Started by Brian Hirschfeld - Last post by Telecaster
I have my issues with the basic look of the M240's files, but they're malleable enough that you can work 'em in post to pretty much get what you want. One of the reasons I've taken so well to the M8 is the ease of getting a look I really like. The tonal separation present in the RAW data stays intact no matter what processor I use.

I can see a future M camera abandoning the opto-mechanical rangefinder in favor of an electronic one. This would improve focusing accuracy, if properly implemented, and eliminate the need for an external EVF. A drawback, though, would be the loss of seeing outside the field-of-view of your mounted lens.

-Dave-

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 on: Today at 03:11:43 PM 
Started by bgphoto - Last post by digitaldog
]God, I wish there docs were better!
What docs? Seriously. I'm looking for them now, all I see are scattered 'articles' on the X-rite site. If there's a real i1P manual, I don't know where it lives.

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 on: Today at 03:09:43 PM 
Started by bgphoto - Last post by bgphoto
Thanks for helping.

God, I wish there docs were better!

Ben

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 on: Today at 03:05:34 PM 
Started by david distefano - Last post by Doug Peterson
besides the tutorials on the phase one website and you tube, is there a book that is published similar to the books published for lightroom, that goes into great detail on all its capabilities?

No book.

I'd suggest the video series from luminous landscape and/or our Webinar or in person capture one training courses or other training provided by your local dealer.

http://www.digitaltransitions.com/event/training

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 on: Today at 03:02:15 PM 
Started by bgphoto - Last post by digitaldog
Can you explain what i1 profiler is actually modifying in the profile when you make the illuminant adjustment?
It is defining the white based on the illuminant. How I have zero idea. Nearly all profiles assume white is set for D50 and this product allows you to alter that assumption of the viewing conditions.

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