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 on: Today at 01:33:37 PM 
Started by ButchM - Last post by digitaldog
It's not about whether you could afford it. It's about getting overcharged and locked into a product that is difficult to get out of once you've been with it for a while.  You feel like someone's twisting your arm, like you have a sword hanging over your neck.
Seriously?


 92 
 on: Today at 01:33:36 PM 
Started by ErikKaffehr - Last post by Chris Kern
there's a limitation in the mask generation–for example you can't add a Color Mask and then use the Luminance Mask option to erase certain portions. But you can combine either Color or Luminance Masks and use Auto Mask to add to or subtract from the Range Masks. . . .

Thanks!  That's just what I was trying to figure out earlier today.  So you apply your range mask, then—while the local adjustment (e.g., brush tool) is still active—switch off the range mask and, having reverted to the auto mask, use it to subtract from the color or luminance mask that you had previously applied.  Is that correct?

 93 
 on: Today at 01:28:33 PM 
Started by Eric Myrvaagnes - Last post by John R
Wavy.

JR


 94 
 on: Today at 01:26:13 PM 
Started by NAwlins_Contrarian - Last post by NAwlins_Contrarian
Thanks for the responses. If all the Print Studio Pro plugin gets me over the Lightroom 5 print module is the ability to send 16 bits per RGB channel to the printer, I think I'll K.I.S.S. (necessarily an organizing principle of my life) and just stick with LR's print module.

As an aside, among things on which I'd like to see careful testing are what if anything going from 8 BPC to 16 BPC gets you in terms of print color accuracy or visible gradations, and likewise what if anything going from 'standard' 300 or 360 ppi printing to the 'finest detail' 600 or 720 ppi on some Canon and Epson models (respectively) costs you in terms of color accuracy or visible gradation. On both I've seen opinions and anecdotes, but not carefully-constructed tests with either instrument-measured results or expert panels of eyes working double-blind. (And yes, I think Jeff Schewe pretty clearly demonstrated the resolution / fine detail advantage of 600 / 720 ppi printing; what I'm talking about is the possible corresponding color detriment.)

 95 
 on: Today at 01:20:17 PM 
Started by rollsman44 - Last post by Tibor Ogrizek
Are you on macOS Sierra? I have an iMac with macOS Sierra that did the same as yours with my CD, then I put the CD in my Mac Pro with Mac OS X El Capitan and everything was OK. Hope this helps.

 96 
 on: Today at 01:11:39 PM 
Started by rollsman44 - Last post by rollsman44
  Went to Italy 2005 and put the Photos on 2 CD's.  I am trying to make some prints up but when I insert the DVD in my IMAC nothing happens. I look under Devices and it does not show up there.  How can I get my photos off the DVD and put them in LR?    I am not sure what I used back then.  Maybe Canon 5D  Thank you. Dennis

 97 
 on: Today at 01:08:59 PM 
Started by ButchM - Last post by Mark D Segal
It's not about whether you could afford it. It's about getting overcharged and locked into a product that is difficult to get out of once you've been with it for a while.  You feel like someone's twisting your arm, like you have a sword hanging over your neck.

Over-charged relative to what? What is the objective criterion by which you know you are being "over-charged"?

BTW, it is not difficult to get out of. There are several ways of doing this, as others have explained. But if you don't like it, you don't need to get into it in the first place.

I just don't see where the arm-twisting is of what sword is hanging over our necks. They have a product, those are the terms on which they are selling it; buy it if you like it, don't buy it if you don't, or think you can do better without. It's kind of that simple.

 98 
 on: Today at 12:52:58 PM 
Started by Ken Doo - Last post by Ken Doo
SOLD

 99 
 on: Today at 12:50:11 PM 
Started by ErikKaffehr - Last post by Schewe
In addition to the Range Masking tools already mentioned, there was also a change to the way the Auto Mask generated it's masks. Because of the way the masks are generated and stored, there was no easy way to shoehorn those changes into PV3 (2012).

The old Auto Masks had some problems in the way it felt with noise in captures and the mask generation. The new Range Masks were designed to address those problems but, there's a limitation in the mask generation–for example you can't add a Color Mask and then use the Luminance Mask option to erase certain portions. But you can combine either Color or Luminance Masks and use Auto Mask to add to or subtract from the Range Masks...You'll see how that's useful once you get used to using the new tools.

And "somebody" yelled bloody murder when Range Masks were going to replace Auto Masks...so the engineers went ahead and fixed the Auto Mask generation and added Range Masks as well. The combo is even more powerful...

The reason for the PV bump was because the old Auto Masks couldn't be easily updated and the format of the way masks are now generated and stored changed, so that's why PV4 (Current) was added...

 100 
 on: Today at 12:49:39 PM 
Started by dreed - Last post by Alan Klein
There are dozens of free cell phone editing programs. Why would anybody pay for a subscription?

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