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  1. rpoppes

    L1010557

    Westgate Bridge in Melbourne Australia

    © Rudi Poppes

  2. From the album: Würzburg

    © Hans-Joachim Kaiser, All Rights reserved

  3. From the album: Würzburg

    © Hans-Joachim Kaiser, All Rights reserved

  4. Going to the Monte dei Cappuccini in Turin, my town, to see the Christmas installation of famous artist Rebecca Horn. This is along the river Po from the Vittorio Emanuele I bridge. M + CV Ultron 21/1.8 Asph.
  5. Many years ago I used Bridge and CR + PS for my photography. Then I moved exclusively to LR, unless I needed to do a composite, which I did in PS. Now I am reconsidering PS for the ability to do more complex selective adjustment layers. For example, selective curves, which LR cannot do. Also, PS now has some useful photography filters with liquify and all the focus/blur filters. But, Bridge seems a poor alternative to LR for cataloguing. I make extensive use of Collections in LR. I recently attended a photo workshop in Cuba. Very nice... Nearly all the participants were professional or very experienced non-pros. They all used Bridge and PS. However, none were knowledgable of LR too and couldn't tell me why. In fact, many said LR reduces all images to 8-bit not 16. Not true. Some also thought LR was destructive and PS isn't. Not true. So, like many, I am perplexed by Adobe's product mix with CC. What are your thoughts?
  6. From the album: Norwegenfahrt

    es fogen weitere Bilder
  7. M240, 21mm SEM, processed in Lightroom and Aurora HDR Sunrise over Skyway by Jeff Parsons, on Flickr
  8. We are suffering here from very dull and depressive weather but for a short period of brighter moments. Therefore it is not advisable to plan trips by car. The best I can do is running down to the city, catch the next tram and stroll checking the best corners. The great high ISO performance of the Q and its fantastic sensor did support freehand shots very well. Although I carried a tripod I did not mount the camera then.
  9. From the album: Prague

  10. From the album: Prague

  11. this sight from the Charle's Bridge fascinated us every evening and we could not get enough of this special tranquil and relaxed feeling. X1
  12. M7, 50mm 'cron, HP5
  13. an early october morning walk in a local beech forest. One can walk along a brook and roaming freely wherever one likes. Thanks for crossing the bridges. [ATTACH]347829[/ATTACH] Elmarit R- 60 mm both pictures taken with the Canon 5D MKII and Elmarit R-lenses [ATTACH]347830[/ATTACH] Elmarit R- 35 mm
  14. samwells

    Curves

    Pedestrian bridge, Richmond on Thames. R4SP, 28mm Elmarit.
  15. Hi everyone - first post here. I live on the doorstep of the 2012 Olympics construction site which makes for some interesting photo ops. This one was taken earlier in the year on the morning when the bridge in the foreground had it's final push across the 'live' Tube lines at Stratford station. The bridge when complete will be a permanent link to Stratford City in 2011 (in development beyond the bridge) and the newly opened Stratford International station. In the background (left) and under construction is the Olympic Stadium and the Aquatics Centre. I'd be glad of your feedback. On a technical level I've struggled to save the image larger than 146kB for some reason even though I uploaded a larger file - any ideas? Cheers now.....
  16. Hi, I've been using PS with Bridge since CS and am now on CS3. I use ACR to "develop" my DNGs on one computer and often want to access the same files on another computer on my network. At the moment I don't seem to be able to set the settings so that the development I do on one computer is visible on the other. So that e.g. I can continue on the second computer where I left off on the first. This is very frustrating and I'm sure that it should be possible. I have looked at the cache settings, but nothing seems to make any difference. I'm sure this is really simple, but it escapes me at the moment. Can anyone help? Thanks. Tim
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