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 on: Today at 12:47:12 AM 
Started by orc73 - Last post by ErikKaffehr
Hi,

I don't have any good info on the present state.

Some say that Capture One can process DNG files from Leica S or Pentax 645Z. Not supported is grey zone. But not supported means no colour profiles.

Capture One's support for DNG used to be ice cold but may now be lukewarm, but don't assume a complete DNG compliant processing pipeline. I would guess that Capture One uses the raw data from DNG but not the colour conversion tables.

Best regards
Erik


Neglected to mention my 645Z files are currently in DNG format.

 72 
 on: Today at 12:31:12 AM 
Started by juliajj - Last post by juliajj
more photos

 73 
 on: May 23, 2016, 11:58:14 PM 
Started by kikashi - Last post by Rajan Parrikar
Jeremy,

Sweet light on the near stack and the mountain (Reynisfjall) behind. It is possible to separate them from another vantage point and I wonder if you managed to get that as well. See attached screen grab of an unprocessed file.

 74 
 on: May 23, 2016, 11:09:25 PM 
Started by disneytoy - Last post by Paul2660
The largest stretch I have done was 38 x 96, and I would not really want to do that again.  Most stretcher bar comes in max 9 foot length, so going past 96" is hard to do.  I do 36 x 72 on a pretty regular basis. 

I use a dinning room table, with a piece of 4 x 8 blue foam (housing insulation) in the 1 inch thickness.  On top of that I use cardboard of regular thickness.  Then I cover everything with waxed brown paper.  The waxed coating makes sure that the coated canvas will not stick to anything.  But with Timeless that really is not that big an issue, as it is pretty hard to scratch a good coating.

My bar is the Larson brand, part 6011, all that I use.  This bar comes with internal bracing strips sold under a different part number.  This bar has a 1 1/2 height and again that all I use now. 

Pliers are still the Breathing color stretch relief, still love them and use them daily.  IMO the best solution I have found (besides a machine which I can't justify)

Canvas, is either Lyve or Crystalline both coated with Timeless (sprayed on not rolled). 

I also have a pretty humid environment, but so far no real issues with slackness over time, you can get a drum tight stretch with the pliers I use.  And so far, the Breathing color canvas has not pulled, or torn during stretching.

To Dan's point on gator for the larger stuff, I agree the workflow is a bit easier, but you still have to coat (at least I do) as during the glue down it's just too easy to get water or glue on the face and thus pull off the ink.  Breathing Color canvas (for that matter any inkjet canvas I have used) is not very forgiving to any moisture on the face and the ink lifts off very easily.  If you are going much past 30 x 40, I would consider 1/2" gator over 3/8" as the former is much less prone to warping and is much sturdier when being framed.

Paul C

 75 
 on: May 23, 2016, 11:02:10 PM 
Started by bokehcambodia - Last post by algrove
To answer the OP's question

Leica Monchrom

 76 
 on: May 23, 2016, 10:59:31 PM 
Started by Jens Peermann - Last post by algrove
David

PM sent

 77 
 on: May 23, 2016, 10:34:40 PM 
Started by kevs - Last post by kevs
I just started using export after seeing the legacy save for web kept crashing. It's fine except  it defaults to the lame png instead of jpeg. I've changed that in export preferences, but it wont stick, nothing in that preference box sticks. Opened/ quit, I'm stumped. Thanks.

Also, it would be nice if I did not have to manually pull the quality slider, anyway to set to say 250mb?

 



 

 78 
 on: May 23, 2016, 10:28:32 PM 
Started by andaremos - Last post by Tony Jay
I don't think you need to go to war over the issue...Box Brownie is close to my approach and have used it several times with success. Using the friendly method, I made some great friends over the years.


Peter
I agree - as annoying as this is it may well be pure ignorance on the part of the perpetrator.
If it is a friendly approach may well result in a much more rewarding outcome than aggression at the outset.

Sometimes more extreme measures are required but use a graded approach.

Tony Jay

 79 
 on: May 23, 2016, 10:10:33 PM 
Started by dwswager - Last post by mdijb
Try switching to the grid view.  Then the change should apply to all the selected images

MDIJB

 80 
 on: May 23, 2016, 10:10:11 PM 
Started by LesPalenik - Last post by digitaldog
I see a focus point on the back of the LCD.
Other than that, seeing in a raw converter isn't anything I'm yet convinced I'm missing anything. But heck, of folks find it useful, great.

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