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Hi,

I'm Francesco. Welcome :-)


Jan
20
answered How does the eye-controlled focussing of the Canon EOS 5 work?
Jan
20
revised How can I adjust for any inaccuracy in a homemade white card?
title and minor formatting
Jan
20
revised Is the size of the rear opening of a lens related to image quality?
reworded title
Jan
19
answered Using gray/white card to determine white balance, does it matter where I stand when I take reading photo?
Jan
19
comment How can I adjust for any inaccuracy in a homemade white card?
a difference of 50 degrees is usually not relevant so your test confirms that your homemade reference card Ian perfectly usable. good!
Jan
19
comment How can I adjust for any inaccuracy in a homemade white card?
that is what I expected :-)
Jan
19
revised How can I adjust for any inaccuracy in a homemade white card?
wrong double negation
Jan
19
answered How can I adjust for any inaccuracy in a homemade white card?
Jan
17
revised I want to make a macro photo of an ant. What equipment should I have?
clarified the meaning of the bold question mark
Jan
10
comment Does Lightroom apply edits in the order I do them, or does it intelligently reorder them?
John, I think that @MichaelNielsen has precisely got the point of my question (which I don't think will receive much further clarification unless someone from LR team steps in...): what happens if I increase the contrast after having sharpened (producing artifacts)? nothing, if the engine decides to apply them later: a lot of image deterioration if the engine doesn't re-order them. Which could explain the behaviour observed by Petr in his comment. As soon as possible I will do some experiment on some test image to convince myself....lately I am really short on free time :-(
Jan
10
revised Does Lightroom apply edits in the order I do them, or does it intelligently reorder them?
minor typos
Jan
10
revised Does Lightroom apply edits in the order I do them, or does it intelligently reorder them?
minor typos
Jan
10
comment Does Lightroom apply edits in the order I do them, or does it intelligently reorder them?
Thanks @john thomas. The way in which non destructive editing works was clear to me. My question is about your next-to-last paragraph: "the program's editing engine being responsible of applying them in the what it thinks to be correct order". So really in LR you can sharpen when you want and how many times you want without fear of degradation, hoping that the engine is able to see-through the potentially interrelated steps of sharpening (with its halos) and noise reduction, image rotation (which must move each pixel, including those added by sharpening...) and so on.
Jan
9
comment How can a high resolution camera matter when the output is low resolution?
@Michael but in a resized reproduction those could be for all purposes not apparent? Or not?
Jan
6
reviewed Reviewed Why can I not disable full-range auto-focus in newer point-and-shoot cameras?
Jan
4
revised How to price a framed photograph?
removed signature
Jan
2
revised Does Lightroom apply edits in the order I do them, or does it intelligently reorder them?
fix broken link
Jan
2
comment Cause of grainy photos?
now I understand, actually I asked a question about it some days ago. photo.stackexchange.com/q/30798/5032 :-) You are probably interested in the "Zeroed" setting which doesn't apply anything (as far as I know).
Jan
2
comment Cause of grainy photos?
I'm not sure to have understood, what you are saying is not in line with my experience with LR. Maybe you could ask a question about it with all the details so we can solve/clarify the issue in an adequate venue and not in these comments?
Jan
2
comment Cause of grainy photos?
Usually it's the other way around: the jpg coming straight out of camera has been automatically sharpened I an irreversible way, while the raw file is mostly untouched and you can decide if, how and how much sharpening apply. For this reason an unprocessed raw file will be displayed as a softer image than a "typical" jpg.