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 on: Today at 07:19:48 PM 
Started by Kevin Raber - Last post by Phil Indeblanc
Just an update....THE FORUM WILL REMAIN FREE!!

(maybe revising the first post regarding the New Change can help those that don't read into the thread?)

 on: Today at 07:05:18 PM 
Started by Some Guy - Last post by Evanford
I just bought the Galaxy S6 which I assume has the same camera as the S6 Edge.  Regarding a greenish tint issue, I found my initial test photos I took today looked great on the phone (using display screen mode "AMOLED photo".  When I transferred them to my PC using Lightroom Mobile syncing I thought they looked a little flat and perhaps a slight tint of some sort.  Using LR Mobile to display some of my old untouched iphone photos they too look much better on the S6 screen than they do on my calibrated display screen.  I didn't notice this so much between my iphone/ipad and calibrated monitor.  Comparing the iphone and Galaxy photos I think the iphone has better color. Galaxy is a bit punchier especially in reds and blues. 

 on: Today at 07:03:24 PM 
Started by Dinarius - Last post by AlterEgo
None the less, the target and it's gamut certainly play a role or X-rite wouldn't have somewhat struggled to create three of them over the years (one with a group of very saturated but glossy and difficult to capture patches).

one can assume that X-Rite (GretagMacbeth) apparently wanted to make a target suitable for creating "camera profiles" with LUTs where, if you create them using targets directly, you might need somewhat more reference points (patches) vs 24 (18 colored) in CC24-type targets and in case where you want LUTs you also want more to cover a wider gamut too... and struggle, I guess from reading around, has more to do with an average (and not so average) Joe not being able to make a proper shot with glossy/semi-gloss patches (ProfileMaker even had a provision /"ColorChecker DC wo gloss.txt" in reference files/ to ignore those patches in CCDC)... hence CCDC was abandoned, but CCSG still hands around...

 on: Today at 06:45:25 PM 
Started by Kevin Raber - Last post by DaveClark
I returned from a trip to the Okavanga Delta just a few days ago so I enjoyed reading your account and seeing your photos.  Your experience was similar to mine.  I was on one of Andy Bigg's photo safaris with Andy and Grant Atkinson.  Consequently I did not need to do a lot of research on locations and camps.  When we were out taking photos Andy, Grant and the guides from the camps did a superb job of getting us into position for some great photos.  Once in position Andy and Grant whispered advice on how to capture the shot and what the animal was likely to do next.  Although I have done a lot of photography, this was my first serious wildlife photography and I learned a tremendous amount quickly.  It's not the same as landscapes!  We got some shots of the same leopards as in your photo.  The mother is easily identified by her damaged left eye.  We were at Nxabega Camp which is close to Pom Pom.  I did not see the mother and daughter together as you did, so I am jealous of your shot with them both in a tree!  The variety of wildlife and our ability to get into good photo shooting positions greatly exceeded my expectations.  Thanks for the article and the photos which I liked very much.  I have a bunch of photos from my trip that I consider to be special, although I am sure they would be found to be not so special by some.  I hope your article inspires more photographers to go to Africa.  I'm eager to go back!

 on: Today at 06:15:55 PM 
Started by Idololab - Last post by keithcooper
I've been trying to see about doing a review of the new Epson's for a while, but have as yet been unable to get one for review here in the UK. It's interesting to see initial reports here.

I'm looking forward to trying out the PRO-1000 before too long (and comparing to our own iPF8300) and seeing what tangible differences there are.

However, one area I'm always rather aware of is that even if I get a printer to try for a month I can't say much about issues of cleaning/clogging - that needs somewhat longer usage than I get ;-)

 on: Today at 06:14:10 PM 
Started by Kevin Raber - Last post by digitaldog

Ridicule is the only weapon which can be used against unintelligible propositions.”
― Thomas Jefferson

 on: Today at 06:14:09 PM 
Started by Chris Calohan - Last post by Bruno Gil
Nice mood!

 on: Today at 06:13:27 PM 
Started by sdwilsonsct - Last post by Bruno Gil
Dream shot for #2, maybe one day  ::)

 on: Today at 06:12:19 PM 
Started by sem - Last post by Bruno Gil
It seems a sacred place, beautiful light that you´ve capture!

 on: Today at 06:11:19 PM 
Started by Lynn Williams - Last post by Lynn Williams
I printed both photos directly from Iphoto. Bypassed Elements completely. I believe that somehow the problem connected to the printer. I have considered running some cleaning fluid through it....but that's a rather expensive experiment. I have tried soaking the head with a paper towel and ink2image cleaning fluid a couple of times with no help. I have been fooling with this for a year and a whole set of cardridges......maybe the printer is junk..... :(

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