By IkarusJohnI'm working through processing images in Capture One, and scanning film (tedious process), having ditched LightRoom and PhotoShop (reluctantly, but Adobe's charging policy and the way they handle their software, having to log in etc etc got to me).
I would like all my photos to have the same treatment - a border and a watermark in the border, with my name and not much more. Is there any way to do this using Capture One? or do I have to resubscribe to PhotoShop (please say no, I don't need to do that). Is there a Capture One work around or add-on for this?
By robert_parkerHi Everyone
I wondered if anywone could quicky and simply explain to me the process for creating a photoshop action in PS6 for Windows - I realise that there must be masses of information on how to do this on the net but would appreciate a quick explanation so I can set up a simple action and perhaps a pointer to a resource so I can look into it further when I have time.
What I want to do is:
1) Load a RAW image
2) Perform Auto Levels or Auto Contrast
3) Re-size to 1150 x 760 pixels
4) Save to Web and Devices
Thanks in advance
I have been playing around with the Leica M Mono Typ 246 and as I can see on Lightroom, some of the options are inactivated bc no color channels.
I was wondering if people have any tips regarding the workflow BW processing of the MM246 raw file to achieve strong b&W contrast (but not surreal sharpness) like Sally Man's photos tonality.
been using LR and Silver Efex Pro and some pics i have taken :
By BjarniMHi 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.
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