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By Ian cleggFirst time post, be gentle.
I want to bring my raw files from Monochrom into silver efex. SEP. But it will only accept RGB. Will this lead to loss of quality ? When I scan my black and white negs I do so in greyscale and that’s perfect for printing to black and white paper at Metro.
It seems to defeat the object of the Monochrom if I have to convert to RGB ?
Am I missing a trick ? What say you ?
By erniethemilkI'm not a heavy user of Lightroom CC, I tend to use it simply for easy processing of the odd photo on my phone or iPad.
I've noticed the Monochrome profile for my M10-P is missing. I have the colour profile, not the monochrome option.
Works perfectly on Lightroom Classic on my desktop, just missing on LR CC.
Anyone any clues as to why and how I put it right.
By Basti HansenHey Guys! I’m new to this forum since I got my Q2 today :) I imported DNGs to Capture One 20 and the colors are completely off - way way over saturated and shifting towards magenta right after import with no adjustments applied.
In Lightroom the colors I see represent what I see in camera. What’s the reason for that? I read that capture one 20 deals with native DNGs just fine. Is there a fix for it? A setting I’m not seeing etc?
By petervHi everyone, just a quick question.
I am planning to buy the new MacBook Pro 2019, should I go for 32 or 64GB RAM?
I have already made up my mind that I will choose the fastest processor and the biggest graphic card.
I am using Lightroom and Photoshop and you know, there are always a few Safari and Mail windows open, iTunes in the background, that sort of thing. I am replacing my mid 2012 MacBook Pro and I am hoping this new machine will last me another eight years, so keeping in mind that the machine should still be quite usable in say, five years time, 32 or 64 GB?
I am hoping this new machine will last me another eight years 😊
Thanks in advance!