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  1. Thanks for the in-depth explanation of the root cause. Alan, you are really a PRO ! Op, could you share the RAF, and let us experiment ?
  2. I welcome whatever comment, advice or critics, they stimulate me to think, re-evaluate, experiment new things and understand how other people are. If everyone has the same taste, same thought, same vision, etc, the world would be so boring
  3. Agree with you on the stop increasing of pixel count issue. For people cropping a lot and print really big, that really helps. But for most folks, 24 mpixels are well enough for most purposes, can print big up to A3+. I really hope sensor companies like Sony can put more emphasis on the areas of wider dynamic range, higher color reproduction quality, fewer noise etc For camera companies, make cameras more customizable, eg allow us to customize the curve for jpg, file name with customized template instead of just img_xxxx I never knew printing can be done on glass, just knew in the old time, people painted on it. Will google to know more about the details. Thanks for the recommendation.
  4. Shot with X-T10 with 18-55mm in May 2016. *** Tokyo *** Tokyo 東京 by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Tokyo 東京 by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr ( the bicycle girl was shot with a low end smartphone ) Toky o 東京 by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr *** Hakone *** Hakone 箱根 by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Hakone 箱根 by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Hakone 箱根 by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr
  5. Heard that printing help finding the "defects" of the photo, from someone else as well. You have a printer at home and print often ? I rarely print them out, if I do, just go to some local store to print at 3R or 4R size, at 0.2 USD dollar each. But I am planning to print some of my picks at large size , eg at A4 or A3 size. Then hang up in my house Btw, I am from Hong Kong, Asia.
  6. I like your adjustments! Those were processed with HDR, which was quite new to me in the year 2015. Welcome anyone to leave comments~ Exchanging ideas is a great thing!
  7. Nope, didn't see one, pitty~~ haha~ I really had a great time. It is my first trip to Europe and the UK, the weather was fine most of the time, the scenery, historic buildings, culture impressed me so much!
  8. what an amazing office! The aerial view is stunning~~ keep it up
  9. 1) Indeed a few pictures are HDR processed in Photomatix first and then further edited in LR. 2) the sequence of the 14-day trip , in London > Birminham > Manchester > Edinburgh ( Scotland ) > York > Oxford and Cotswold > London. All by trains.
  10. *** London *** Houses of Parliament in Westminster by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr London Tower Bridge by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Buckingham Palace by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr changing of the guard in Buckingham Palace by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr ** The National Gallery, Lots of great paintings ** The National Gallery by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr *** On the plane *** Scenery from the Plane Window by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Looks like a nuclear bomb XD Scenery from the Plane Window by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr
  11. *** Cotswolds in Central England *** Bibury by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Bibury by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Upper Slaughter and Lower Slaughter by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Upper Slaughter and Lower Slaughter by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Upper Slaughter and Lower Slaughter by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Upper Slaughter and Lower Slaughter by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Chipping Campden by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Chipping Campden by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr *** Manchester *** Manchester , United Kingdom by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Manchester , United Kingdom by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr
  12. Hi everyone. I made a visit to the United Kingdom in April, 2015. The trip lasted 14 days. Photos taken with X-E2 and 18-55mm lens, processed with LR 6. This " kit " lens is a great work-around gem ! Re-evaluate all the photos recently, I found a lot of room for improvement. Picked some photos and share on Flickr. Thanks for watching! . *** Edinburgh *** Edinburgh by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Edinburgh by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Edinburgh by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr Edinburgh by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr **** York ****** York by Ja ck Lee, 於 Flickr York by Jack L ee, 於 Flickr York by Jack Lee, 於 Flickr
  13. I like Capture One for several reasons 1. at default settings, the image quality is already quite good. 2. lots of controls, allowing layers for local editing. 3. the program's resopnse is rather snappy.
  14. Hello! One stupid question. I am totally new to Iridient. I heard Iridient is good at demosaicing. But if the picture is a bit over-exposed or need some highlight recovery. Is these things fully recoverable from the tiff file generated by the Iridient comparing to the RAW file editing in Lightroom or Capture One? What I mean is same degree of recoverability.
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