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Jun 19, 2017 22:56 |  #601

I hope it's a long time before the Nik plugins no longer work with Photoshop. Like many here, I use it to some degree on almost all my edits.


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Jun 19, 2017 23:02 |  #602

vinmunoz wrote in post #18382440 (external link)
i thought the MacOS is already 64bit. I'm not 100%. if i'm wrong then maybe the solution is do not update to the new MacOS.

That may be an option for a while. Looks like 32 bit apps will continue to be supported on High Sierra until 2019. However note this:

"So now is the proper time to start thinking about how you’re going to migrate, if necessary. You’ve got at least a year to 64-bit your system. And yes, you’re going to want to update to High Sierra and future macOS versions, because Apple has gone to a system where they only update camera support with the current macOS, among other things that can trip you up. A number of the non-Adobe converters use the macOS camera support for raw files, so they’d fail to work with raw files when you get a new camera if you didn’t update to High Sierra."




  
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Jun 19, 2017 23:07 |  #603

navydoc wrote in post #18382442 (external link)
I hope it's a long time before the Nik plugins no longer work with Photoshop. Like many here, I use it to some degree on almost all my edits.

Yep me too. It's my primary plugin of choice.




  
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Jun 19, 2017 23:24 |  #604

digital_AM wrote in post #18382443 (external link)
That may be an option for a while. Looks like 32 bit apps will continue to be supported on High Sierra until 2019. However note this:

"So now is the proper time to start thinking about how you’re going to migrate, if necessary. You’ve got at least a year to 64-bit your system. And yes, you’re going to want to update to High Sierra and future macOS versions, because Apple has gone to a system where they only update camera support with the current macOS, among other things that can trip you up. A number of the non-Adobe converters use the macOS camera support for raw files, so they’d fail to work with raw files when you get a new camera if you didn’t update to High Sierra."

I've been using Apple since MacPlus but I might soon to hate apple.


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Jun 20, 2017 00:16 |  #605

What's the difference then, in shooting in crop mode vs cropping in post??


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Jun 20, 2017 00:33 |  #606

no difference. maybe it will help us with framing.


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Jun 20, 2017 02:40 |  #607

mystik610 wrote in post #18382326 (external link)
Lol looks good in crop mode!

Thanks. Maybe its because i asked myself why my lens isnt that wide and started doing a lit of panos that day :oops::-P


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Jun 20, 2017 02:53 |  #608

Charlie wrote in post #18382344 (external link)
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Jun 20, 2017 05:27 |  #609

Those needing a new bag might want to check out the sale/clearance that's going on with Think Tank. The Urban Approach 15 is now selling for $135 or $35 off. Same goes for the Perception series of bags, the Pro $105 normally $150, the tablet $63 normally $90. Maybe some new bags coming out soon.


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Jun 20, 2017 08:08 |  #610

Had some fun photographing a friend this weekend. Love the FE 85mm f1.8

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Jun 20, 2017 08:11 |  #611

navydoc wrote in post #18382442 (external link)
I hope it's a long time before the Nik plugins no longer work with Photoshop. Like many here, I use it to some degree on almost all my edits.

Right now, brushes don't work, so if you are accustomed to using brushes to apply the NIK tools, they don't work. I never really used them, so for now it's still working fine. I hope it stays that way.


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Jun 20, 2017 08:23 |  #612

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Right now, brushes don't work, so if you are accustomed to using brushes to apply the NIK tools, they don't work. I never really used them, so for now it's still working fine. I hope it stays that way.

I don't use the brushes in Nik but all it does is create a 'hide-all' (black) layer mask back in PS so that one can reveal the areas they want, to the degree they want by painting in white at a low opacity. That's the way I generally use the Nik plugins anyway. I apply the full effect and after it opens back in PS, I add a black layer mask to the Nik effect layer (press alt key while clicking on the layer mask icon) and reveal the effect where I want. I usually have my brushes opacity around 20% so I can build up the effect gradually where I want it to show.


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Jun 20, 2017 08:23 |  #613

TRhoads wrote in post #18382581 (external link)
Right now, brushes don't work, so if you are accustomed to using brushes to apply the NIK tools, they don't work. I never really used them, so for now it's still working fine. I hope it stays that way.

Is that since Photoshop cc? The brushes still work for me (Photoshop cs6).

With regards to nik if someone could just reverse engineer "pro contrast" plugin so that I knew how to apply it manually in Photoshop I'd be sorted as that's the one I mainly use


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Jun 20, 2017 08:38 |  #614

xpfloyd wrote in post #18382589 (external link)
Is that since Photoshop cc? The brushes still work for me (Photoshop cs6).

With regards to nik if someone could just reverse engineer "pro contrast" plugin so that I knew how to apply it manually in Photoshop I'd be sorted as that's the one I mainly use

I think someone on YouTube did that. I will take a look. It may have been Blake Rudis.




  
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Jun 20, 2017 08:40 |  #615

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So while on vacation, I am updating some stuff on my website...most notably is adding the 3 projects I shot for the Landscape Architect friend of mine in the Bay Area. We have developed a great working relationship over the last two years, I deliver, get paid and we keep going...it is great. He has decided that he will no longer shoot his own work and have me edit it anymore...he is just going to have me come out a couple times a year...we already have the next trip scheduled to shoot 4 more projects.

This is from a house in the Burlingame Area, the Owner bought it out of foreclosure, and renovated the inside and outside...the landscape was raw dirt and dead grass when he got started. The place was done with the utmost attention to detail...I loved it. I will have a few more of the inside later, the Owner was more than happy to let me shoot the main spaces inside as well while we were there.that i

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