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by Bart Arondson

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Jun
9
comment How to recreate the perspective and field of view of an existing photo?
Thank you for your answer. How do I estimate the focal length? Which software to superimpose images is available? How do I work out the focal length?
Jun
9
comment How to recreate the perspective and field of view of an existing photo?
@JohnCavan I tried to load the site from a mobile phone while being outdoors, that’s all. Neither unspecific estimations and calculations (how?), unspecific software recommendations (which software?) nor the proposal to walk around helps that much. As I said before: There is no tutorial for this kind of photography that is known to me. It looks like this will be the status quo for a while if a question is closed ASAP. Sorry,
Jun
8
revised How to recreate the perspective and field of view of an existing photo?
clarification
Jun
8
asked How to recreate the perspective and field of view of an existing photo?
Jan
13
revised Is it possible to convert RAW to M-RAW or S-RAW after shooting?
clarification?
Jan
13
comment Is it possible to convert RAW to M-RAW or S-RAW after shooting?
I keep all my RAW files, they are not removed in favour of their JPEG output. I want to keep smaller versions of some RAW files without losing editing capabilities. They might be edited at a later date, but not e.g. for high resolution prints. This makes sense to me for a significant part of my family photos. ;-)
Jan
13
asked Is it possible to convert RAW to M-RAW or S-RAW after shooting?
Jan
5
revised How can I do astrophotography with my 70-300mm lens?
grammar (a try)
Jan
5
suggested suggested edit on How can I do astrophotography with my 70-300mm lens?
Nov
6
comment Image file tagging in OS X Mavericks based on Lightroom tags possible?
@BartArondson The advantage is not adjusting every smart folder and workflow to search for Mavericks tags and keywords from LR when there are files that are tagged outside LR.
Nov
5
comment Image file tagging in OS X Mavericks based on Lightroom tags possible?
@dpollitt Thanks for your comment. The Mavericks tags are not stored within the EXIF/IPTC metadata. John Siracusa on Ars Technica says: "The actual Tag information is stored in its own separate extended attribute named com.apple.metadata:_kMDItemUserTags." There are a lot of LR extensions around, maybe also one for my issue.
Nov
4
asked Image file tagging in OS X Mavericks based on Lightroom tags possible?
Sep
16
accepted What is the source of this banding in scans of B/W photographs?
Aug
28
awarded  Critic
Aug
23
awarded  Commentator
Aug
23
comment What is the source of this banding in scans of B/W photographs?
Thank you for your answer. There is no support for current Mac OS X versions anymore, so I won't be able to run this software. If I found an older Windows installation, could I calibrate the scanner using this system and use it afterwards calibrated with VueScan under Mac OS X?
Aug
23
comment What is the source of this banding in scans of B/W photographs?
@MichaelClark I am sorry, my previous comment was mistakable (I am not fluent in English): With the photo turned, the banding doesn't change it direction relative to the scanner, but to the photo's content.
Aug
23
comment What is the source of this banding in scans of B/W photographs?
Thank you for your answer. I started disassembling the device and removed the two plastic parts on both sides of the glass (they are glued to it and jammed between the plastic on the other sides of the glass). I am not sure how to proceed, the glass is still kept in place by the plastic body which seems welded(?). Unfortunately the device is to old for disassembling instructions on the internet. Adjusting it in post-processing is no option for me right now, scanning is already time consuming.
Aug
23
comment What is the source of this banding in scans of B/W photographs?
@PatrickHurley When I change the photo’s orientation, the banding changes its orientation on the photo as well.
Aug
22
awarded  Citizen Patrol