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YES!

On1PhotoRaw 2017.5!  It’s the pre-release version for owners of One1PhotoRaw, so expect bugs and hiccups. (I have latest full release, so if I have any issues, I will just reinstall it) Some of the new features, one of which I … Continue reading

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Although I told them "No thanks"

Zoner Photo Studio went subscription only in their last version. I asked them if they would ever have a non-subscription version and they said no.  I told them (paraphrasing) “So long, and thanks for all the fish!” because I had … Continue reading

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Another Adobe Camera Raw competitor

It seems that even Topaz Labs is getting on board with putting out their own Camera Raw editor.  Welcome “Topaz Studio”.  A full featured camera raw or DNG editor that will easily replace adobe Bridge/Adobe Camera Raw. And unlike other … Continue reading

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Headed out to Shelly Jetty

In hopes to get some colorful sunset shots, but the storm clouds rolled.  So, Lemons, lemonade. Canon 5D4, Sigma 12-24

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After side by side test shots

I have a very old Canon wide angle lens, a 17-35mm F/2.8.  Although it worked great for older camera bodies (550D, 40D, 7D) but its performance falls short on the 5DmkIV and the 7DmkII. So, I have been testing diffferent … Continue reading

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Another way to not be forced to rent Adobe CC

Or be forced to double up on HD space by converting everything to DNGs. Alienskin Exposure X2 After installation, go to Edit/Preferences and select what photo editor you want to punt the Raw edited image to. (Used CS5 for this … Continue reading

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Another way to keep your earlier versions of Photoshop functional

without having to convert everything to DNGs. DXO Optics. It has the most precise lens correction catalog of any program I have tried so far. Not only lens correction, but in relation to specific camera bodies. (caveat: I have a … Continue reading

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