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  1. When I finally abandoned the long abandoned Apple Aperture as my main software, I decided I wasn't going to keep chasing the annual paid upgrades offered with Capture One. However, recently they had an upgrade offer that effectively meant I could skip a version and upgrade from V.12 (2019) to v.21 - actually that is only two versions difference due to a change in their naming system at the start of this year when they jumped form V12 to v20. Overall, there isn't any obvious stand out big changes that would justify a jump of just one version. The main things I've noticed are thumb
  2. There is a long time since the last revision of Microsoft's free panorama package, so the update to version 2.0 is a bit of surprise. http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/projects/ice/ Apart from a revised user interface, a new feature in this version is the "autocomplete" function. While large areas like the example below can be a bit funky, I have often done stitches where a bit of the sky is missing, and I think it can be useful and do a very good job with that. Here is the stitch screen where one can also rotate the image. I did not intend these two images as a panoram
  3. Luc de Schepper

    DXO software - experiences?

    I've been working with Lightroom for about three years now and besides the sub-optimal Fuji X-Trans RAW conversion I'm fairly happy with the results. However, with my Olympus RAW files I have the impression the results could be better. I've tried Olympus Viewer software, the results are ok but it's glacial slow speed is a deal breaker for me. So tonight I tried DXO. And first impressions are very positive with Olympus ORF/RAW files. See the examples below, please view original size. Anyone else with DXO experience? Lightroom DXO Lightroom DXO
  4. Quite a few years ago I reviewed the original Alien Skin Exposure Photoshop plugin for Nikongear.com. It was probably one of the first reviews I ever wrote. I used Exposure film simulations in almost every bit of processing I did back then to the point where it was almost like it become an extension of my editing signature. I was especially fond of the Velvia and Kodachrome 64, as well as the Konica 750 IR and Ilford B&W film simulations. Over the years I stopped using Photoshop and with it went my extensive use of Exposure. Somehow it stayed off my radar until just the other day when I s
  5. Dallas

    Review: Alien Skin's Exposure 5

    Quite a few years ago I reviewed the original Alien Skin Exposure Photoshop plugin for Nikongear.com. It was probably one of the first reviews I ever wrote. I used Exposure film simulations in almost every bit of processing I did back then to the point where it was almost like it become an extension of my editing signature. I was especially fond of the Velvia and Kodachrome 64, as well as the Konica 750 IR and Ilford B&W film simulations. Over the years I stopped using Photoshop and with it went my extensive use of Exposure. Somehow it stayed off my radar until just the other day when I s
  6. Guest

    Backup software

    Hi folks! I have a need for better a workflow and I am trying to figure out wich software to use. I am not a professional. I need a "home" solution. I have recently switched to iMatch for photo/database management, and I think I will stay with that software. I store all my photos on a workstation with mirrored RAID discs, but from now on I also store copies of all photos on the workstation on a network server (NAS). (I also backup all my music-CD.s as FLAC files on that same server) Until now I have used the microsoft sync-toy for all backups, and just used two USB storage discs as backup, b
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