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  1. Hi all, I've noticed that the on-camera profiles for R lenses, automatically applied in Lightroom after importing DNGs if the correct lens was selected in the camera menu, often overcorrect vignetting at mid-apertures (f/5.6 to 11), resulting, in slightly brighter far corners. I had to set some vignetting in Effects menu to compensate for this, or even better turn off the on-camera profile before the shot (but then I have no EXIFs, of course, nor other corrections for distortion and/or chromatic aberration). Has someone else noticed that? I'm running v3.0 firmware. Thanks
  2. Eigentlich kann ich das noch gar nicht glauben: Ein Großteil der Lightroomanwendungen zielt darauf ab, Foto-Sammlungen zu erstellen. Sehr schön, möchte man denken, innerhalb des geschlossenen Systems "Lightroom" die Bildernachverarbeitung und Ordnung der Bilder gleich unter einem Dach zu haben... ...bis zu dem Zeitpunkt, an dem man versucht die neu gewonnene Bilderordnung z.B. auf eine externe Festplatte zu exportieren um sie z.B. als JPGs einem Beamer zugänglich zu machen. Ich suche und suche vergeblich nach dieser Funktion. Natürlich wird der "Export" der Bilder (z.B. als bearbeitete JPGs) gut unterstützt, aber dann landet alles in einem Sammelordner und die Sortiererei fängt von vorne an. Das wäre ja noch nicht so schlimm, wenn es nicht im Laufe der Zeit vor käme, dass doch noch mal das ein oder andere Foto nach dem Export nach bearbeitet wird. Dann kommt ein erneuter "Export", wieder in irgend einen Sammelordner und das Chaos ist perfekt. Wünschenswert wäre für mich eine Funktion, welche die "virtuellen" Sammlungen in Lightroom mit einer real existierenden Verzeichnisstruktur auf einer externen Festplatte synchron hält, und zwar nicht in Form der Original-DNGs, sondern fertig "entwickelter" JPGs. Gibt es so etwas??? Gruß, Rüdiger
  3. Hi there, I don’t think this is an issue with my Leica M, but given its new to me, I thought I would post incase anyone has seen such an issue that did turn out to be camera related... On importing images to Lightroom from the sd card (compressed dng) I’ll see a couple of corrupt images (previews - from embedded preview image) in the library module. If I flip to the developer module, the raw file is perfectly fine. If I regenerate the preview, the corruption goes away. One would think it points to the camera saving a corrupt preview images with the dng, which is resolved on a preview regeneration in Lightroom. The weird thing is if I do the same import to another computer... no corrupt previews. So that would point to an issue with the computer, but I only see this from the Leica shot images. 2 imports of a couple of hundred images each time usually results in 1- 2 corrupted images as described above. One thing worth noting is that I’m pretty sure the corrupt images where shot in continuous mode and shot at the point of a full buffer. Very weird and easily remedied by generating the previews. Any thoughts appreciated. Cheers Jonathan
  4. Is there another Photo Library tool (or digital asset management tool) that can import my keywords and ratings from Lightroom? I can understand why it would be very difficult to import all the cropping, white balancing, image retouching (etc.) into another tool from the Lightroom database, but I would think the keywords and ratings fields to be easy to read? I am preparing to move away from LR as I do not wish to subscribe to their cloud service and am annoyed at their big brother tactics of dictating to me as a consumer.
  5. I've set Adobe Camera Raw to apply lens profiles automatically when I load images from my Leica lenses, But I don't remember how I did it. Now I have a non-Leica camera and lens as well and would like ACR to automatically apply Adobe's lens profiles when I load those images. Can someone please remind me how to set ACR to do that? (And maybe tell me how to do the same in Lightroom, since I may soon be switching over to use that program?) Many thanks in advance!
  6. Hallo, einige Tage, nachdem ich etliche Bilder auf meinem Epson SC P800 ausgedruckt hatte, bekam ich plötzlich Probleme mit dem Druck aus Lightroom (Version 6.10.1). Datei: DNG aus Leica M10. Das Problem tritt auch auf bei älteren eingescannten Negativen auf die mit PS ausgedruckt werden. Alle Drucke zeigen horizontale dunkle Streifen, die nur in den dunklen Bildpartien, im Abstand von 6mm sichtbar sind. Ich bekomme das gleiche Ergebnis wenn ich aus PS Elements drucke. Betriebssystem: macOS Sierra Der Drucker ist in Ordnung; wenn ich ein Bild direkt, ohne Lightroom oder PS öffne, und direkt mit dem (neuesten) Epson Druckertreiber ausdrucke ist alles in Ordnung. Habe mit dem EPSON Support gesprochen; die wollen nicht helfen. Freue mich über eure Hilfe Beste Grüße aus Hamburg Werner
  7. So, nun ist sie da meine SL und ich stelle mir gleich die erste Frage. Ich habe aktuell Lightroom 5.7 auf meinem Mac installiert und möchte eigentlich nicht auf CC upgraden. Wer bearbeitet seine DNGs aus der SL mit Lightroom 5.7 und wie sind die Erfahrungen damit? Schon mal herzlichen Dank für eure Information. Gruß, Reimar
  8. Lately I have had problem with the Leica SL GPS in Lightroom CC. No coordinates seems to be recorded. As I have the same problem with the Hasselblad X1D I searched for a "solution". Actually the files (X1D or SL) can be opened in Hasselblads Phocus (free) software. Here the coordinates appear and can be shown in Google Earth with Command +alt +m. A Lightroom CC bug? Or user incompetence?
  9. gwpics

    The Copiest

    I took this in the Louvre in Paris in 2002. I have just scanned it to add it to my archive. The camera was certainly the M6 and probably the lens was the 35mm Summicron I had back then. It was taken on Agfa Vista 800 colour film, which I have no rational explanation for now because I can't imagine me ever using it. The grain is pretty big, but through judicious use of LRCC I think I have gotten away with it at this size, or at least I hope so! I do like the result. Gerry
  10. A young lady poses for her partner to take her photograph against the backdrop of the streets of Barcelona in this image shot with a Leica M9 and Zeiss 50mm Sonnar f1.5, and then converted to b&w in Lightroom. Gerry
  11. "Where's my Coke?" ・ Leica IIIa syn ・ 'cron 50 coll. ・ AGFA-Scala ・ Nikon Coolscan ・ Vuescan LrPsCC ・ Academy fountain ・ Palace Park ・ Stuttgart ・ Germany ・ March 2016. ・
  12. Is there a way in Lightroom to process a set of files containg the same object that was shot at different speed or different focus into one picture? Say in a simple case shooting an object against bright background splits image into two zones where each zone requires its own shutter speed. Combining #1 underexposed object+normally exposed background with #2 normally exposed object+overexposed backgroung would bring the harmony into one picture. I recall that back in my days of shooting with Nikon D-80 there was an option when one shot resulted in threee files and there was a third party sotfware to stitch those three together into one. Any suggestions to do the same in M / Lightroom world?
  13. Der neue RAW-Konverter On1 RAW soll im Herbst auf den Markt kommen und gezielt Adobe Lightroom mit mehr Geschwindigkeit und Flexibilität Konkurrenz machen. Im Blog habe ich einen längeren Artikel dazu geschrieben: » On1 RAW - Lightroom Alternative angekündigt Hier einige Videos: On1 RAW - Speed On1 RAW - No import/catalog On1 RAW - Non-Destructive Photo Effects On1 RAW - All-in-One RAW Processor and Photo Editor
  14. I updated my 50mm APO article with a section about purple fringing and how to remove it in Lightroom from Noctilux and other lenses. Enjoy! "What is Purple Fringing in Leica lenses?"
  15. Hello. I would ask for advice. I am a new user of Leica Q. Excellent camera. J I work with DNG files in Lightroom. Under the tab Camera calibration are two profiles, namely Embedded Standard and Adobe. When using these two colors are different, and also the color temperature (White balance –WB in numbers). What is your experience - which profile is correct for the proper display of color and as a basis for further processing. Thank you. Best regards. Tomaz
  16. I've added Page 41 to my Leica M article series, this one about something that is refreshing different from the usual black and white and new camera models: Page 41 - "Color Photography and the Colors of the Leica M" by Thorsten Overgaard It goes over the use of WhiBal cards, color meters, the history of color photography, exposure of color photographs, lens coatings, CCD vs CMOS sensors, film vs digital colors and much more! Enjoy! Feel free to comment. I will be adding one more page to this, mainly about editing color photographs, so any comments and questions you would like covered, please.
  17. Hello everyone, Since Adobe or Leica haven't able to provide with profiles inside Lightroom for Leica T as other models, has anyone been successful to reproduce the black and white high contrast on the DNG files? I have try with the black and white conversion in Lightroom, software such as Silver Efex Pro 2, Alien Skin, Topaz, etc., but the feeling/look is not the same from the jpg file. Thank you, Francisco
  18. Das DNG File im Photoshop CS6 ist nicht wie im Lightroom CC. Im CS6 scheinen die Q-Files umkorrigiert. Es heisst lediglich eingebettet. Weiss jemand warum? Die Adobe Raw Engine sollte eigentlich dieselbe sein, also sollte die Q-Files doch auch gleich aussehen. Wie ist das im PS CC?
  19. Hi there, fellow M246 owners! I've been a Leica shooter for some years now, but "only" film so far. For a month ago i did buy the M246 and i have been testing the camera shooting some 2.000 pictures, to get to know the camera before i start to use the camera in daily shootings. Please see my questions below When i've been post processing my Tri-X pictures, i've just been doing some minor post processing. Mainly in Exposure, and if the pictures are more dull and grey for my style, i've just done some minor adjustments in the blacks/shadows and/or whites/highlights. I have a some trouble getting the result i want from my new M246. It's just so much easier to get a b/w - i'm happy with - from of my M6 loaded with Tri-X or from my Fuji X100s. Therefore i want your help as a little quick start, since my strenght nor experience isn't in Lightroom or post processing. To give you a feeling of,what i like and don't like what concerns post processing, the pictures in this review are pretty close to my own preferences: Leica M Monochrom (Typ 246) Review Could you please share and tell me: How do you post process your M246 pictures? Which program do you use? Could you please describe in details what you do? What are your settings? Could you post some examples with pictures? What were the specific settings in Lightroom in the pictures? I don't want to copy your post processing style, i just want a quick starting point where i can begin, since i don't have so many experiences with Lightroom, being a film photographer for 28 years. Sorry if this question already has been asked without me noticing. I did try to search this forum before posting, but i didn't find any dedicated post regarding this. Thanks for your help in advance.
  20. ...es gibt eine neue, sehr ausführliche Analyse auf heise.de: http://www.heise.de/foto/artikel/Umfassender-Performancevergleich-Lightroom-5-vs-Lightroom-6-2752591.html Das Ergebnis zeigt, dass eine pauschale Antwort im Vergleich LR6 zu LR5.7 nicht möglich ist, je nach HW-Setup und Funktion mal so und mal so, je neuer die HW desto besser. Nur im Bezug auf die Adobe-Werbung zu den Performance-Vorteilen von LR6 ist ein klares "Nein" zu finden. Viele Grüße thomas
  21. One of the problems of being an old dinosaur is that technology rolls on and passes me by. To this end, although my only concession to modern technology is an M9-P, I'm still using my old 35/50/90 pre- ASPH Summicron lenses from my M6 days. Unfortunately, LR6 does not have these in its lens pre-sets. Is anyone else in this position? What is your work-around or are you just using the ASPH equivalent profiles? Many thanks
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