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 on: Today at 06:02:48 AM 
Started by Hans Kruse - Last post by jarnoh
Inspired by this thread, I went along and tried to ask Adobe if the plugin submit process has been improved - but my email bounced because the support email address is no longer in use (the address was still in use in July) 

Couldn't find reasonable way to contact them from the publisher site either, so maybe they don't want to be bothered Smiley

I know the "Find more online" link, but earlier there was direct link to Adobe Exchange when you clicked "Lightroom Online" in LR Help menu.  Now there's just download and purchase links for Lightroom itself.

 92 
 on: Today at 05:56:55 AM 
Started by marimagen - Last post by marimagen
Thanks for trying. It's exactly what happens, and I guess the only way to apply a correction that wouldn't distort the rest of the image would be to be able to intervene directly on that area instead of the whole picture.

 93 
 on: Today at 05:31:15 AM 
Started by Glenn Bartley - Last post by Lloyd Mayeda
Beautiful set ... thanks for sharing!

 94 
 on: Today at 05:19:46 AM 
Started by Harlem22 - Last post by KLaban
Hi,

I don't see the argument, we Europeans are driving on the right side of the road.

Best regards
Erik


Not all of us.

Perhaps we in the UK just need to flip the neg!

 95 
 on: Today at 05:11:46 AM 
Started by Harlem22 - Last post by ErikKaffehr
Hi,

I don't see the argument, we continental Europeans are driving on the right side of the road.

Best regards
Erik

Actually, No.

The traditional "driving side" has historical significance.

Because most humans are right-handed, the safe way of two horsemen to approach and pass each other is to ride on the left side of the road - so that they pass sword arm to sword arm.

 96 
 on: Today at 04:43:24 AM 
Started by hdomke - Last post by Czornyj
Epson SPx900 uses much more bright inks than Canon iPFx300, that's why it has slightly smoother dither - here's the same gray patch:


Gamut-wise they're pretty darn close, after I've created custom profiles with exactly same settings the prints were virtually indistinguishable.

 97 
 on: Today at 04:42:45 AM 
Started by Harlem22 - Last post by PhotoEcosse
Well they do drive on the "wrong side" of the road

Jim

Actually, No.

The traditional "driving side" has historical significance.

Because most humans are right-handed, the safe way of two horsemen to approach and pass each other is to ride on the left side of the road - so that they pass sword arm to sword arm.

 98 
 on: Today at 04:30:43 AM 
Started by marimagen - Last post by PhotoEcosse
Marie,

I saved your image and tried it using the normal perspective correction tools in Lightroom. It is easy enough to get that line to be horizontal - but is makes the whole image look decidedly weird as the many other lines in that composition no longer make a congruent picture. Whether there are more sophisticated tools in Photoshop that would allow you to alter that line without affecting the others, I do not know. Perhaps someone else can comment.

 99 
 on: Today at 04:27:43 AM 
Started by disneytoy - Last post by Simon Garrett
I'd need to be able to tweak adjustments. So it doesn't make sense just sending the print via ethernet to the 9890.

does that make sense?


No, not to me!  I can't see why you don't print from the main machine. 

Why do you need to tweak adjustments?  If you have a calibrated/profiled monitor, and you are colour-managing to the printer (using printer profiles - either profiles supplied by the printer or paper maker or your own profiles) then the prints should be pretty close without tweaking. 

Or is it just the convenience of printing from a computer in the same room as the printer, which would make more sense?

Anyway, I've not tried it but I'm told Lightroom doesn't like network drives for the catalogue. See https://forums.adobe.com/message/4261730#4261730#4261730 or https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1373212?tstart=0 for example.  I don't think things have changed since then. 

 100 
 on: Today at 04:25:17 AM 
Started by bretedge - Last post by PhotoEcosse
Despite my aversion to e-books, all this discussion persuaded my to spend 8 on this one.

Fascinating.

I had not realised that the "image adaptive" properties of Lightroom were as extensive as they are. However, I do find that Frye's recommendations for "correction" are excessive - certainly with my .NEF files from D800, D800E and D810.

Maybe it is a function of the type of photography I do, or the cameras I use, but the explanations of the "image-adaptive" processes really only serve to explain why Adobe, in the current LR iteration, seem to have got it pretty well right. But it is nice to know how they did it.

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