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 on: Today at 01:31:42 PM 
Started by Chris Sanderson - Last post by Robert-Peter Westphal
Yes, both links are named in the same way, but, what I meant was that there is no hint on the possibility to download the files zipped without DRM by clicking this link.
Robert

 92 
 on: Today at 01:31:15 PM 
Started by alifatemi - Last post by alifatemi
Since I have to push more color intensity and contrast in soft proof to compensate for low Dmax of %100 cotton or rag papers, like Canson BFK or Hahnemuehle Rag papers, can we also conclude that printer uses more inks compare to Baryta or satan or high gloss for same print? Reading Jeff Schewe book, Digital Print, I have not encountered this or maybe I haven't noticed it in the book neither find it elsewhere.

 93 
 on: Today at 01:31:13 PM 
Started by Ellis Vener - Last post by Ellis Vener
And now the question is if upgrading to MacPro from iMac is beneficial for LR users? Since LR and PS, can't benefit from dual GPU and more than 6 cores, so what's the point upgrading? higher CPU frequency or more core does any good for us?

As I said in my original question:"I am  waiting for Adobe to improve/implement better multi-core support." I have difficulty imagining that such support is not forthcoming, but my Quija board is being helpful in projecting a timeline for that.

 94 
 on: Today at 01:31:00 PM 
Started by David Sutton - Last post by duane_bolland
From the article: "The message of this article is twofold: One, to get you inspired to make the most creative images ever, and not to be afraid to follow your heart when it comes to digital enhancements."

I'm sorry, but I wasn't inspired.  The article probably should have been called "Photography and The Death of Creativity".  The first two images are basically textbook clichés of modern landscape photography.  Wide angle, backlit images are all the rage, as is HDR.  I don't find anything "inspired" or "creative" about the them. 

Jerry Seinfeld once said something to the effect, "If you have to swear to make something funny, it isn't actually funny."  I have a similar philosophy on photography and art.  I define art as creating something original from nothing for purely emotional or aesthetic reasons.  Post processing mostly entails moving virtual sliders in software to get something different from the original.  I find it a stretch to call that activity photography or art, and it certainly isn't creative and original.  Likewise, shooting the same locations over and over isn't art either.  The world doesn't need another image of Horseshoe Bend or Landscape Arch or the Old Man of Storr.

I do actually like the third image, even if it is heavily post processed. The post processing enhances the textures in the room, and I like the muted color palette.

 95 
 on: Today at 01:30:00 PM 
Started by Chris Sanderson - Last post by Chris Sanderson
...Unfortunately the link was not descriped properly, so I had no idea of it's purpose...

Yes, I think the emailed link is described the same way is it not?

 96 
 on: Today at 01:25:46 PM 
Started by Dave (Isle of Skye) - Last post by Dave (Isle of Skye)
 Smiley

 97 
 on: Today at 01:25:37 PM 
Started by Phil Indeblanc - Last post by alifatemi
The least I want from LR 6 is 16-bit output print for Win users  Angry

 98 
 on: Today at 01:25:27 PM 
Started by rgvsdigitalpimp - Last post by Slobodan Blagojevic
It brings up the question of why so many people in publishing ask me for pictures in "300 dpi"...

I've been perplexed as well. One of possible answers is that it has become a code word for "high resolution," "printable" images. In other words, YOU are supposed to know or guess how big they want to print it and multiply it by 300 ppi to find the right file dimensions.

 99 
 on: Today at 01:22:49 PM 
Started by Ellis Vener - Last post by alifatemi
And now the question is if upgrading to MacPro from iMac is beneficial for LR users? Since LR and PS, can't benefit from dual GPU and more than 6 cores, so what's the point upgrading? higher CPU frequency or more core does any good for us?

 100 
 on: Today at 01:20:51 PM 
Started by Slobodan Blagojevic - Last post by Dave (Isle of Skye)
Here is a message I sent out today to another member on the forum asking for more detail on the blurring technique I mentioned previously, so for clarification and for anyone else which may be interested, here is my reply under the question below  Smiley

What blend mode do you use..

No blend mode, just feather the two layers over each other by using the opacity slider, with the layer with the slight blurring applied along the offending edges, over the one below with the hard or sparkly edges, until it looks real.

This is a technique I came up with myself I believe, as I really am that anally retentive to tweak every single pixel in an image if I think it needs it and deserve that level of attention, so I don't know if anyone has already come up with this particular idea, so cannot give links to other references I am afraid.  Cry

Hope this helps.

Dave

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