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Oct 17, 2018 00:34 |  #8866

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Just keep files on SSDs? I know there are terrabyte SSDs but that gets expensive very fast.

My external SSD I keep the files on and work off of is 500gb and haven’t ran out of room yet. By the time I need to upgrade prices will drop a bit for 1tb external SSD’s.


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Oct 17, 2018 01:51 |  #8867

Thanks! Gave the full (non Fuji specific) version a try a couple months ago... Don't want to give up the mobile/web features of Lightroom. I use the galleries function to share photos and for mobile viewing. Using the camera in the mobile app on my phone and having those photos automatically sync into LR is a nice function I also rely on...

So my thought is to use C1 to do RAW processing and export out into LR for viewing... C1 will be my "digital darkroom" and LR a "digital gallery/studio"...


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Oct 17, 2018 03:52 |  #8868

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...Kim how is your workflow with C1?

Stick in SD card, C1 opens automatically :) , make a folder location usually on a thunderbolt connected raid (nothing like a good backup), fill out the job details and run the import. Select the images I want and grade one up then copy and paste those settings to the other images. Balance and little exposures and queue the images up for export and delivery. JPEG for day to day stuff, TIFF for commercial. Photoshop only if needed & that is usually with the commercial work.

Capture Pilot server runs if I'm shooting tethered and/or need a client to be able to see or flick through or pick images. Looks amazing on an iPad and you can run it to a web server locally if you need to but that is not as good as having the dedicated and free app.

Each new job is opened up as a session.

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...I am also hoping I can do an in place upgrade to the full Fuji version from the express version down the road...

Easily done once you have a license you just select licence from the main C1 menu and restart. There is a page about that on my blog. And a good read on how to import from Lightroom on Phase' blog: https://blog.phaseone.​com …catalog-into-capture-one/ (external link)

I run about 4Tb a year of backup storage, as some of the commercial project images can get a little large, yesterday is was only a 560Mb image to deliver. A 6x4m @120DPI of part of the moon for a celling in a hotel! For me having to buy 4Tb of SSD is a reasonable cost to consider for backup storage. I change out the drives every year and co-locate the pair. Local SSD for editing speed if a must but not for storage, a multi array is batter for that IMO.


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Oct 17, 2018 04:14 |  #8869

Two Hot Shoes wrote in post #18730613 (external link)
Easily done once you have a license you just select licence from the main C1 menu and restart. There is a page about that on my blog. And a good read on how to import from Lightroom on Phase' blog: https://blog.phaseone.​com …catalog-into-capture-one/ (external link)

Sweet, will check it out, thanks! :-)


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Oct 17, 2018 07:06 |  #8870

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Just keep files on SSDs? I know there are terrabyte SSDs but that gets expensive very fast.

I have an 4TB NAS (4 2TB 7200RPM disks (not SSD), in RAID 10 configuration) that I keep all of my files on. In addition, I use crashplan to back that NAS up. Being a network drive, it can be a little slow at times accessing files, but I'd rather deal with a small performance hit than to have all of my files stored locally on a computer without redundancy that could crash.


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Oct 17, 2018 08:31 |  #8871

PLLphotography wrote in post #18730666 (external link)
I have an 4TB NAS (4 2TB 7200RPM disks (not SSD), in RAID 10 configuration) that I keep all of my files on. In addition, I use crashplan to back that NAS up. Being a network drive, it can be a little slow at times accessing files, but I'd rather deal with a small performance hit than to have all of my files stored locally on a computer without redundancy that could crash.

I have 4 4TB drives on home Qnap NAS but that thing is super slow for file copy. Internally multiple $TB drives but they all almost full. Need 8TB versions.


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Oct 17, 2018 09:19 as a reply to  @ bobbyz's post |  #8872

mine is an older Lenovo ix4-300d NAS. I think 8TB is the max, which is what I have with four 2TB drives. I'm only just over 50% capacity currently, so I don't have a need to upgrade just yet. I'm sure these newer NAS units are a little speedier with accessing over a network.


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Oct 17, 2018 15:15 |  #8873

I store my RAWs on a 1TB SSD, use Time Machine to back up to another internal 6TB drive, and at least once a month backup to a 14TB Drobo that I store offsite. Thinking of adding a cloud backup service like Backblaze for 4th copy... :-P

So I pull in my LR catalog to C1 and my cropping was preserved. Can you change the viewer display so that it only shows the image post crop?


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Oct 17, 2018 17:35 |  #8874

So, I have been admiring images from the Speedmaster 35mm f0.95 lens for a while. There is no good reason why anyone "needs" this lens if they have the Fuji 35 f1.4, which is fantastic in so many ways--fast, renders exceptionally well, light weight, very handy--an exceptional normal lens which easily holds its own against any brand you can name.

I have had to keep explaining this to myself. Repeatedly :). But then there was this flash sale on the lens....

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Oct 17, 2018 17:51 as a reply to  @ F2Bthere's post |  #8875

What’s need ever got to do with buying camera gear. Do need a f/0.95? Yes of course you do so you can have the full frame look :grin:

I’ve been eyeing that up on and off all year, trying to hold off till the f/1 arrives next year. All I see and read is positive about it. Enjoy and looking forward to the shots.


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Oct 17, 2018 19:00 |  #8876

I will wait for Fuji f1.0.


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Oct 17, 2018 22:58 |  #8877

I was shooting the boardwalk and my brother walked by with his light aimed at the ground. I told him to just point the light at the camera and draw/write the first thing that came to his mind, this was the result

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Then I took this shot of all of us using the little EF-X8 for fill, turned out better than I expected it to... wasn't planned, just used what I had on me.

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My sisters, brother, their spouses and my girlfriend and myself. Haven't figured out where to hang this one yet.

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Oct 18, 2018 02:23 |  #8878

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #18731206 (external link)
I was shooting the boardwalk and my brother walked by with his light aimed at the ground. I told him to just point the light at the camera and draw/write the first thing that came to his mind, this was the result

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/28EC​VME  (external link) Beach2018 124 (external link) by Lucas (external link), on Flickr

Sam is his wife

Then I took this shot of all of us using the little EF-X8 for fill, turned out better than I expected it to... wasn't planned, just used what I had on me.

QUOTED IMAGE
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2bqG​T5P  (external link) Beach2018 127 (external link) by Lucas (external link), on Flickr

My sisters, brother, their spouses and my girlfriend and myself. Haven't figured out where to hang this one yet.

Nice!

He did a fantastic job writing in the air without seeing the results. I am especially impressed, since I think this means he was writing backwards, too!

But your last words confuse me, since it seems there is one too many in the image, unless someone has two spouses or I can't do basic math... ;)


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Oct 18, 2018 02:30 |  #8879

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What’s need ever got to do with buying camera gear. Do need a f/0.95? Yes of course you do so you can have the full frame look :grin:

I’ve been eyeing that up on and off all year, trying to hold off till the f/1 arrives next year. All I see and read is positive about it. Enjoy and looking forward to the shots.

Waiting for the Fuji f1...about that...it has been years. And, by the time it comes out, we will have the GFX 100s. And Mitakon already has prototypes out for the 35/0.95 for that (64/1.4). So, if the Fuji f1 ever comes, it will have been left in the dust by the GFX 100s, which will blow the doors off any FF :).

Ok, I gotta stop drinking coffee after midnight. This next one is my last. Really. ;)


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Oct 18, 2018 10:46 |  #8880

F2Bthere wrote in post #18731262 (external link)
Nice!

He did a fantastic job writing in the air without seeing the results. I am especially impressed, since I think this means he was writing backwards, too!

But your last words confuse me, since it seems there is one too many in the image, unless someone has two spouses or I can't do basic math... ;)

Thanks, I thought so too! It surprised me that he even knew what I was talking about :lol:

Sorry for the confusion, in the picture from left to right; My older sister, her boyfriend, my little sister, my brother's wife, my brother, me, and my girlfriend ;)


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