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 on: Today at 05:36:55 am 
Started by Mark Nadler - Last post by francois
Eric, we already have a sled that my wife sits in and I pull.  When I stated that she told me that the 5000 mm is too heavy for her to carry I meant to say "while she is sitting in the sled." 


Now, get a St. Bernard dog to pull that sled!

 on: Today at 01:43:26 am 
Started by eriksatie - Last post by Simon J.A. Simpson
The exposure warnings you refer to just indicate where the original camera exposure is clipped, either under or over exposed.

The gamut of a camera indicates the boundaries (and thus the ‘volume’) of colours that it can reproduce.

Gamut and exposure exist independently of each other.

The fact that you see different colours clipped in Capture One is just an indication that either the red, blue, or green channels are clipped before the others.

 on: March 31, 2023, 10:20:22 pm 
Started by Bob_B - Last post by Michael West
I chose as yesterday's assignment: shadows. Your thoughts and comments are most welcomed. Thanks for viewing.

were there multiple light sources involved in making that image?

 on: March 31, 2023, 08:02:05 pm 
Started by mbruce - Last post by Lessbones
there's a dupe topic in the Printing: Printers, Papers, and Inks forum, so I think the discussion just ended up taking place there

 on: March 31, 2023, 07:41:48 pm 
Started by kevs - Last post by kevs
Website backup daily. Godaddy has really dropped the ball. They say now only include 1 wordpress portfolio backup per site, pathetic, Anyone use other companies for daily web backup? Thanks.

 on: March 31, 2023, 05:50:15 pm 
Started by sanfairyanne - Last post by nirpat89
Please - dots not particles. Ink does have particles in suspension but I don't think this is what you mean. In a thread as nuanced as this one, proper terminology is important.

Actual pigment particles (colloidal in nature) are to the tune of nanometers (50 to 200) while the dot size can be in the microns. 

Here is a good article that explains the difference between various terms:


 on: March 31, 2023, 02:44:45 pm 
Started by louismccullagh - Last post by louismccullagh
I haven't been able to find an anglefinder for fuji cameras can anyone help?

Thank you

 on: March 31, 2023, 01:56:51 pm 
Started by plugsnpixels - Last post by plugsnpixels
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 on: March 31, 2023, 01:36:12 pm 
Started by plugsnpixels - Last post by plugsnpixels
Released March 30, 2023

Changes since 1.2.8:

•Reworked camera profiles and added ~100 new profiles
– If there are still issues with your specific RAW files please let us know
•Preferences panel will now save its active tab between sessions
•Changed cursor when waiting to check for updates
•Space bar will now properly toggle the original button’s state
•Added shortcut for Close All Images (Ctrl/Cmd + Shift + W)
•Fixed minor memory leak when saving images
•Fixed maximize button taking 2 clicks to change window state on Windows when taskbar auto-hide was enabled
•Fixed downscaling being disabled due to Autopilot suggestions
•Fixed dialogs closing when clicking on their background
•Fixed issue where folders with dots in them would not save on Windows
•Fixed app not being able to save images while working offline

Known issues:

HDR or Monochrome DNGs which previously did not open may have issues when saving as a DNG
– To get around this you can save as JPEG, PNG, or TIFF which shouldn’t have the same color issues

"This week we have updated and added several camera profiles. This should help various cameras that previously would not load correctly (e.g., very dark/bright compared to original and/or desaturated). Overall around 100 profiles were added, many of which were for various mobile devices.

"Along with profile there were several annoyances fixed, like not being able to save images while offline, not being able to downscale, and more."


This week's example shows a 1995-era medium format negative scanned on a flatbed transparency scanner at 9600ppi. The faces shown are from the back of the group!

 on: March 31, 2023, 11:51:35 am 
Started by Mark Nadler - Last post by Mark Nadler
Eric, we already have a sled that my wife sits in and I pull.  When I stated that she told me that the 5000 mm is too heavy for her to carry I meant to say "while she is sitting in the sled." 


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