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Jun 13, 2024 15:00:38   #
Stunning model! Well posed, well lit, well staged. An all together excellent presentation. I really like the color version best, once I noticed the model has eyes, but the b&w is also quite nice.
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Jun 12, 2024 12:07:51   #
Longshadow wrote:

People don't like typing out words anymore.
Doesn't matter if others don't know to what they are referring,
they know what it means......

My wife uses that constantly. "We've been married over 39 years now. I know what I mean and by now, you should too!"

Thanks for your reply.
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Jun 12, 2024 12:04:16   #
rdemarco52 wrote:
Noise reduction.

Well, duh! That was the subject of the discussion wasn't it? Thank you.
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Jun 12, 2024 12:02:58   #
Tomfl101 wrote:
Noise Reduction

Thank you Tom
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Jun 12, 2024 09:45:20   #
CHG_CANON wrote:
You'd have to look at your LR settings. DPP just takes the camera settings and gives you (renders) the processed version of that RAW using those settings. Adjustments you make in DPP just adjust the rendering beyond the initial camera settings. LR Classic has general noise and sharpening settings applied at import, the exact same settings for every RAW image from every camera type, all the same settings regardless of the ISO level or any other exposure setting of the specific image. DPP automatically 'scales' the NR to the ISO of the image, so higher ISO images have a dynamically applied adjustment to the NR. LR's NR processing at the RAW import step is just a one-size-fits-all universal application of Color Noise processing. Your job in LR Classic is to adjust those LR settings to something specific to the image.

Basics of noise processing

Basics of Lightroom Sharpening
You'd have to look at your LR settings. DPP just t... (show quote)

Please excuse my ignorance. What is NR?
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Jun 9, 2024 10:05:16   #
Longshadow wrote:
We need more butterflies, rainbows, unicorns, and flowers?

Maybe we just need more appreciation of butterflies, rainbows, unicorns and flowers.
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Jun 7, 2024 13:28:56   #
dennis2146 wrote:


This young lady has quite a list of Democratic malfeasances. She's proved that they're all scumbags to me and to you, but we already knew that.

Seriously worried about another puppet show starring SloJoe and just as much when The Obama/Clinton cartel allow him to retire "for health reasons," to be replaced by Kamala. She will follow the same script, unhampered by the kind of foibles Biden's age has brought on.
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Jun 5, 2024 09:36:25   #
SuperflyTNT wrote:
I shoot Nikon FF as well as OM Systems M4/3 and I think she’d love M4/3. I almost always use my OM-1 for night shooting because I use Live Composite and Live ND fairly often. Here are a few night shots from my OM-1.

Super work, Superfly.
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May 29, 2024 13:21:15   #
Rongnongno wrote:

You really think anyone is interested in this dead-over-flogged-horse?

Yet, I bet you will find folks unable to resist the bait.

How many useless pages this will generate?

It elicited a response from you, didn't it? Sorry, couldn't resist the bait.
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May 27, 2024 12:34:18   #
OldCADuser wrote:
Are we going to start this debate again...

Isn't this a place for debate, and sharing opinions and experience?
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May 27, 2024 12:32:05   #
A great friend and memories to cherish.
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May 19, 2024 12:38:46   #
It is a nice shot of some super nice rides. I was a Triumph fan back in the day. Now I would have to stand on a box to even mount a bike.

I'm 1/4 Creek, born and reared in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I now live in Alabama, part of which was once Creek territory, and you're right, we did get screwed.
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May 9, 2024 15:00:23   #
This anecdote has nothing to do with BAchme's original question, but I thought some of you might find it interesting... While on the roof of a downtown hotel making pictures of the USAF Thunderbirds, I tripped and fell through a plexiglass skylight into the hotel lobby seven floors below. After 7 weeks in intensive care and a couple of months in an inpatient rehab hospital learning to walk again, when I took my Nikon FE 2 and 70-200 f/2.8 to the local camera store's (now defunct, of course) repairman, he removed the lens mount from the camera, and the sheared off screws from the lens, put the lens mount back on the lens with new screws, and both the camera and lens worked as before after bouncing off the flagstone floor in the hotel's atrium lobby. I used it for another year and traded it in on my first autofocus. A Canon EOS 630. At the time, I felt that the EOS system had better autofocus than Nikon and the use of my left arm was going to be severely limited for quite some time.

I don't think any of today's plastic fantastic cameras and touchy plastic barreled autofocus lenses would survive an adventure like that.
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May 3, 2024 11:36:56   #
Longshadow wrote:


From the wadded up and creased packages that I sometimes find forced into my curbside mailbox, that would seem to be surefire way to get it bent double.
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May 2, 2024 14:14:12   #
My next, and first, mirrorless will be somewhat dependent on the availability of suitable adapters for Canon lenses.
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