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Jun 03, 2017 05:36 as a reply to  @ post 18369559 |  #3751

Hope she jumped out the way in time :-P

Nice shots :-)


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Jun 03, 2017 09:41 |  #3752

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Jun 03, 2017 10:12 |  #3753

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Jun 03, 2017 11:08 |  #3754

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As Julian's noted - Lightroom could be a good solution.

I'm still running Photoshop CS6 (the last standalone version I believe). I use the standalone version of Lightroom 6 to import and manage photos, and indeed for the vast majority of shots all the editing I need I can do within LR.

For those that require more work, there's an "Open in Photoshop" function, which brings the raw (that Lightroom has read) into PS; and if it's a version of PS that doesn't support that camera, it's opened as a 16bit TIFF or PSD with your colour space of choice. As far as I'm aware, it loses nothing over opening the file directly in a modern version of PS with the same settings (they both use Adobe Camera Raw [ACR]).

After a frustrating couple of days with dpp I heeded all the advice and went for lightroom 6 (supposed to stand alone but you still have to go online to log in which is rubbish). I love the similarities to ACR with a lot more subtle 'tweeks' available, will take a while to get my head around the layout but. . . . . good call guys!!

I have just the one question for now if I may. In ACR I was able to set it up so that as soon as I opened any raw file it added a few base settings automatically - see example below - tried playing with presets but they don't stick, am I missing something. Thanks

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Jun 03, 2017 12:05 |  #3755

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After a frustrating couple of days with dpp I heeded all the advice and went for lightroom 6 (supposed to stand alone but you still have to go online to log in which is rubbish). I love the similarities to ACR with a lot more subtle 'tweeks' available, will take a while to get my head around the layout but. . . . . good call guys!!

I have just the one question for now if I may. In ACR I was able to set it up so that as soon as I opened any raw file it added a few base settings automatically - see example below - tried playing with presets but they don't stick, am I missing something. Thanks

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Don't quote me on this since I don't use the setting. But I believe under the Develop module, you can then go to "Develop" and create a "New Develop Preset" where you can save the settings/adjustments you've made from a previously edited photo.

Then once you have that, go to Import module/window and under "Apply During Import" on the right column of options, you should be able to find your user preset and select it and have it applied.

*fingers crossed*

I think that's how one would do it.


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Jun 03, 2017 13:08 |  #3756

Thanks Julian,
looks pretty close to what I am used to - now need to decide if it suits the 'new' workflow.

I hate change at the best of times lol.

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Jun 03, 2017 13:36 |  #3757

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Thanks Julian,
looks pretty close to what I am used to - now need to decide if it suits the 'new' workflow.

I hate change at the best of times lol.

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I'd strongly advise you to pick up Scott Kelby's Lightroom for Photographers book. I believe the latest is titled CC, but is applicable to LR6.

I had a basic understanding before but after reading his LR4 book (the current version at the time) it took everything to another level; from image editing, to photo management, to setting up presets and other tricks.


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Jun 03, 2017 17:41 |  #3758

David Stallard wrote in post #18368209 (external link)
Dreading asking this but -

Mainly jpeg for my racing as explained previously BUT just thought I would give it a go in RAW to try out the f8 focusing etc, all went pretty good until I got how - fired up Photoshop CS5 Ext, went to open a raw file and
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Wouldn't open it, gave me the 'not supported by the installed version of camera raw'. Okay I thought, help / updates / all up to date!!!!

Checked online, downloaded newest version of CR but it doesn't work, I am running a stupidly hi spec PC with win 7 x64 (hate win 10) photoshop CS5 ext, raw ver: 6.7.1.340.

Please tell me I don't have to fork out for another version of PS as this does everything I need it to (other than new raw files obviously) or win 10.

Help please

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Not sure if anyone said this, but you need to upgrade to CC for the compatibility. I had the same problem when I was using PS CS6 extended


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Jun 03, 2017 20:34 |  #3759

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Jun 04, 2017 06:59 |  #3760

jeffcranwell wrote in post #18369753 (external link)
Hope she jumped out the way in time :-P

Nice shots :-)

Thank you for the compliment.

Yes, she made it out in time. :-)
Big, noisy, powerful thing that it was.
It was cool to be there taking images.




  
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Jun 04, 2017 09:44 |  #3761

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Yes, she made it out in time. :-)
Big, noisy, powerful thing that it was.
It was cool to be there taking images.

And she looks such a nice girl ;-)a (sorry couldn't resist)

#1 & 3 would be my pick of the bunch

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Jun 04, 2017 10:45 |  #3762

Man I love this camera. It is the best wedding camera I have ever used- last shots of the night


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Jun 04, 2017 11:11 |  #3763

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Jun 04, 2017 11:53 as a reply to  @ Tc202's post |  #3764

Outstanding Thomas,

Eye contact - guess you didn't scare him too much?

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Jun 04, 2017 13:19 |  #3765

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Outstanding Thomas,

Eye contact - guess you didn't scare him too much?

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Thanks David! I saw these babies (3) sleeping in a tree, and I knew the mom was somewhere. Then, I found her sleeping at the bottom. After about an hour she woke up/ and the photo shows a baby depending the tree. I was scouting for a new guiding location, and this area in the middle of the country is loaded with Black Bears (I stoped counting at 100 on the first day :) )


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