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 on: Today at 01:28:10 PM 
Started by Brent McCombs - Last post by Brent McCombs
$200 price drop

 on: Today at 01:26:54 PM 
Started by Brent McCombs - Last post by Brent McCombs
Bump for price drop

 on: Today at 01:26:32 PM 
Started by Brent McCombs - Last post by Brent McCombs
Bump for $100 price drop

 on: Today at 01:26:07 PM 
Started by Todd Suttles - Last post by Patricia Sheley
...cannot quite get where I find myself envisioning, yet the flowing hair of the wind onto ship's bow, briefly visiting the salon chair back, gone missing somehow from "used to be" , joining the anticipation of returning seaman's catch joining her there at the waiting chair...somehow, somehow if they could find each other, the mermaid's fish companion, and even possibly through an antiquities windowframe to the sea painting their story... there is something waiting here just beneath these surfaces...thank you for awakenings Todd.

 on: Today at 01:21:54 PM 
Started by disneytoy - Last post by disneytoy
One lesson I learned the hard way. If you have been doing cleaning in the Maintenance mode. And you print. When you run out of ink, Epson will not finish the print. Only works in regular mode.

 on: Today at 01:20:24 PM 
Started by torger - Last post by sebbe
C1 9.0 previews strange colors when selecting a dcamprof 0.10.x profile in the ICC drop-down menu, and when clicked the menu reverts to "none". It takes a second attempt to have it to load, and then display the expected colors.
Curiously 0.9 profiles seem to behave correctly ?

I have compared my profiles and I have some differences within 8.3.4 and 9.0.0 when exporting them to jpg.
generic: the C1 generic A7RII file (no differences)
profile: dcamprof profile from the imaging resource file (slight differences)
self: dcamprof profile from my own made CC24 shot (big differences in saturation)

As the tiff files are made out of C1 and phase one explicid says they improved the process engine, I think we have to re-export the tiffs and calibrate new profiles anyway. I will do that and compare it again. But this could take a while, because I don't have much spare time this week.

Edit: I don't have any differences if I look on the same Profile inside of the new version but with different engines (v8 engine vs. v9 engine). Did you upgrade your pic?

 on: Today at 01:10:34 PM 
Started by Kevin Raber - Last post by KLaban
A few thoughts on content.

Many here came from a background of shooting film and wet processing. The switch to digital capture and digital darkroom was comparatively swift. There was much to learn, much to master. The content here on LuLa during this transition was key. Relevant and useful stuff that many here asked for and needed.

Time has moved on, most have managed the transition. The learning curve has leveled out. As a result and to be quite honest I canít help feeling feel the content has since suffered.

Iíve never been interested in the Ďhow to make great imagesí articles or the endless articles on the latest, greatest gear. Iíve also little interest in the flavor of the month locations, preferring to find my own and make them my own.

To be honest thereís little content on LuLa for me other than the forums. But the fact is I do enjoy reading them and treat them as I would social media and a homepage. If it takes a few cents a day from my pocket to ensure that they thrive then so be it.

Iíll add that Iím delighted to see that the forums will remain free to all. I was never happy with the thought that content created freely by the contributors should become pay for content. 

 on: Today at 01:05:36 PM 
Started by KLaban - Last post by ACH DIGITAL
Thanks Joe, I'm trying to cover as much as posible with the intention of having a vast record of Miami architecture. In the future I'd sort them out and decide how to group them and show them.
It is work but it is a lot of fun.
This image in particular shows three different buildings in chronological order.

 on: Today at 01:04:38 PM 
Started by Dinarius - Last post by digitaldog
I tend to not engage in a battle of wits with an unarmed person, so I'll leave the BS to you.
Unarmed perhaps, technically correct, absolutely. You've so failed to understand this topic, you should exit ASAP to avoid further embarrassment .

Oh and Bart, I've got nothing at all against PhaseOne and there's always a possibility I'll go back to their products from Adobe. FWIW, I'll bet you dollars to donuts I was using their products long before you! I see one of my first reviews of their products appeared over 16 years ago in PEI magazine:

 on: Today at 01:04:28 PM 
Started by disneytoy - Last post by Mark D Segal
No need to change now. Epson printers will stop in the middle of a print when an ink runs out and then continue when a new cartridge is inserted.

And my experience is that it has no impact on what gets printed; I do change the cartridge immediately that the old one "runs out".

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