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bio website olio-labs.fi
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A PHP / Javascript developer from Finland.


Feb
6
comment Any way to make Lightroom apply grain and sharpness after export/resize?
Since this isn't Adobe feature request forum and my skills in english are limited, I might've been a bit unclear. What I meant was that I'd like to have an option for LR to apply pixel size dependent adjustments/filters post-resize, so photos cropped to 10x10 and 1000x1000 would both show the same size grain when exported into same resolution. Distortion correction can be done at any point as long as LR knows the original dimensions.
Feb
3
comment Any way to make Lightroom apply grain and sharpness after export/resize?
I would've loved to be able to do this from the regular sliders but seems like this(or Photoshop) is the only solution. Luckily there aren't that many extremely cropped photos in my collection.
Feb
3
accepted Any way to make Lightroom apply grain and sharpness after export/resize?
Feb
3
comment Any way to make Lightroom apply grain and sharpness after export/resize?
I snickered at "non-destructive". I know perfectly well what it means but I lost a few DNGs when LR failed to write new XMP data to the files on a network drive. As a programmer I can say there is no danger in applying effects post-resize. While the feature would be handy, I realise it would be a detour from the current workflow and it would take extra work to implement, and since the LR team keeps coming up with excuses to not having customizable keyboard shortctus, I think it's safe to say that this feature won't be implemented any time soon or ever.
Jan
31
asked Any way to make Lightroom apply grain and sharpness after export/resize?
Jan
24
awarded  Scholar
Jan
24
accepted Troubleshooting lightroom and corrupted dngs
Jan
17
comment Troubleshooting lightroom and corrupted dngs
This answer is good information, but not exactly THE answer I was looking for. If no one else comes up with info on how, why or when Lightroom fudges up files, I'll mark this one accepted :)
Jan
17
comment Troubleshooting lightroom and corrupted dngs
@James That really seems to be the case. When I decided to go embedded XMP on a network drive I never would've thought Lightroom could fail with such a basic task. I hold over 3TB of frequently used files on the network drive and not once I've experienced this kind of corruption. Even though I originally thought of it as a hassle, I'll consider going with sidecar XMP from now on.
Jan
14
awarded  Supporter
Jan
14
comment Troubleshooting lightroom and corrupted dngs
Yeah, I have a huge catalog for everything. I'll look into having separate catalogs for projects :) The only reason I work on a network drive is because it's sufficiently fast. Gigabit is not SSD fast, but my HDDs can hardly keep up at times :)
Jan
14
awarded  Editor
Jan
14
revised Troubleshooting lightroom and corrupted dngs
Updated the situation
Jan
14
awarded  Student
Jan
14
asked Troubleshooting lightroom and corrupted dngs
Oct
6
awarded  Autobiographer