Thanks repelo, I'll pass on to my friend.
I don't have answer to your questions, so I will have to email my friend and respond later.
The following is a question from a friend. Since I've never attempted to show photos on TV via flash drive or any other method, I am unable to provide him with an answer. I thought that with the number of diverse members of UHH someone could provide a solution.
I've begun selectively putting some of my better pictures on flash drives to view on TV via the USB port. Although they must be .jpg's rather than .tif's. they show up very good on UHD, especially when they fill the screen. Most of my pictures are saved in .tif, so I've been using Lightroom to export the selected pictures to .jpg. My problem comes when I plug the flash drive into the TV. All the pictures have been saved on the flash drive, but when I open the folder on TV to what I would call the "thumbnails," they are all there, but in reverse order. If I then reverse the order on the flash drive, hoping the display on TV will then appear in the right sequence, they're still in reverse order. After trying this several times, I find the last picture will become the first picture, with everything else still in reverse. I've just about resigned myself to running the pictures backward on TV in order to view them in the original order. Now, I've given you a lot more information than you care to hear, but wondered if you have ever viewed your pictures on TV, and what were the results?
Any help provided will be greatly appreciated.
I tried your suggestion and it worked!!!!! Thanks for your help.
Just recently, when attempting to open some of my DNG files I get either one or the other following error messages depending if I am opening with LR or PS. "File seems to be unsupported or damaged." or "Could not complete document because it is not the right kind of document." These are files that I have previously opened, processed then saved either as tiff or jpeg.
I would appreciate any information as to how this happens, and can these files be made functional again.
Thanks Mark. I really like your subject and the toning. Can't decide which one I prefer, color or B&W.
Thanks. My first post in awhile.
A couple from my "Old Bones" collection.
Thanks for the information. I have to look and see if these filters are available in PS CC, and give it a try.
Very interesting and beautiful images. What PP technique did you use to get the effect?
Thanks John. Tried today;it worked.
Thanks Les, I'll give it a try. I think I'll uninstall all of my plugins first.
I use both NIK and Topaz plugins installing them in LR. When I went to use them today, I discovered they are now in PS. Don't know how this happened, and don't know how to re-install in LR. Any help on re-locating to LR would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks MerryTexan. I assume you are originally from Texas, so you must be familiar with our wildflowers.