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I decided to have my Elmarit R-lens 160 mm being repaired and let it have a full service in Solms. It took only a few days and then I was eager to try it out. The Muenster Zoo which is not too far off from our place is a well maintained zoo and every time you go there you see different aspects of the animals and always a different behaviour. I was quite delighted with the performance of the newly set lens, mounted on my Canon 5D MKII - and you can walk with me now Black Malayan Bears playing under a shed and shady place Degu, quite lively, behind glass with dark artificial light a hungry lioness, waiting for her share of food Colobus Monkey, these fellows are allowed to moce about and roam freely, they watch people and if you don't watch them, they might steel from your bag - so we were told
Hello all, I am wondering if anyone here can help me resolve some issues after upgrading to Lion. I am using CS5 on a Macbook and printing on an Epson Sylus Photo R2400. I recently upgraded to OSX 10.7 (from 10.58 if this matters). When I compare a photo that I printed before the upgrade with one printed after the upgrade (using the same paper and profile and the file has not been edited between printings), the one printed in 10.7 has a slight magenta cast (the original print has pastel greenish blues; the one printed from 10.7 is more greyish violet). The original print matches the calibrated monitor better as well. I am using photoshop to manage colors, and, as far as I can tell with the new driver, printer color management is turned off (this seems to happen when the settings are selected in the photoshop print window). I have read that there were potential issues with drivers, but I have cleaned out the Epson folder in my system library, reset the printing system, and reloaded the printer with newly downloaded drivers from Epson. None of this seems to change the output. It may be possible that the new Epson driver yields different color from the same file/profile combination, but this strikes me as unlikely. It may also be that there was some nozzle clogging in the original prints that, once cleared, has resulted in the color shift, but the number of consistent prints and timing of the shift makes this unlikely as well. I am tempted to get a custom profile for the printer to address the match issue, but if there is some software glitch that is causing the shift, am not sure this is the right solution either. Does anyone have any advice as to how to resolve this issue? Thanks
For those planning to be on the bleeding edge and upgrade to OS X 10.7 Lion, please be aware that there is a new version of CornerFix, version 18.104.22.168, available. Earlier versions may crash with Lion. You can update now - the new version is compatible with all version of OS X from 10.4 onwards. There are also two other upgrades (which apply to the Windows version as well): Fix for an issue that could result in Lightroom displaying an out-of-date thumbnail if the image had been loaded into Lightroom before processing with CornerFix. Lens detection for the new Leica lenses. You can download from the usual place: CornerFix | Download CornerFix software for free at SourceForge.net Enjoy. Sandy