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white is gray in some areas?
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This sounds like the same problem people encounter when trying to photograph snow on automatic exposure. The camera will adjust the overall light value in your image to approximate middle grey. When ...

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How to import migrated Aperture library from Apple Photos to Lightroom?
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In May 2019, Adobe published a free Lightroom plugin for Mac to help people migrate from Aperture and iPhoto libraries. It does exactly what you want. Migrate from Aperture to Lightroom Classic on ...

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How to add the date/time on the file name of Nikon D3200
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There is no option to change the file name in camera. Users can only change the file number sequence method, as @Tetsujin noted. For the record: In Setup Menu, change File Number Sequence to On. The ...

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How to nail every aspect like white balance, exposure, focus, during run and gun photography?
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There are multiple approaches to this dilemma, but one of the most common is to identify a spot in advance where you think something image worthy might happen. Once you have the location framed in the ...

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How to clean glue or adhesive from film?
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I have encountered this same problem, and I can sympathize. Pec-12 does remove the adhesive If the glue were water soluble, Pec-12 would have no effect, so this tells you that it is not water ...

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How can I date old 3½" × 3½" pictures on Kodak paper with a "128B" mark?
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Kodak papers marked on the back with A KODAK® PAPER are from 1961-1972. After that the mark became: THIS PAPER MANUFACTURED BY KODAK until the early 1990s. This isn't much, but it sounds like your ...

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Photo Competition 2021-03-29: Transportation
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Location: Utrecht, Netherlands Subject: Man navigates a canal in style. Date: 23/7/2019 The Dutch really know how to take it easy on a summer day.

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Create ICC Profile for Negative film
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The other end of the line would be scan raw, invert and edit myself. But this seems as a bad starting point for editing, because at first i have to get rid of film tint and apply my own subjective ...

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What's the right way to make digital representations of prints?
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For your purposes, scanning the print makes sense, as @John Hawthorne explains. However, photographers looking to create a digital archive of their film photography should always work with the ...

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Mold Spread On Slides
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If the slides are mounted in cardboard frames, you'll need to replace the frames, since they will contain mold spores, as well as clean the film with isopropyl alcohol, as @Peter_Taylor mentioned. ...

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Can I hide “All Synced Photographs” from the Lightroom sidebar?
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In a word, no. It is one of four permanent collections in the catalog panel, and they cannot be removed: All Photographs All Synced Photographs Quick Collection Previous Import But you can, of ...

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Can RAW image files deteriorate over time?
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Aren't there any file integrity checks that could verify that the data has not deteriorated? Lightroom 5 and later will validate the integrity of raw files, but only in DNG format. The option is in ...

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How to set focus when subject is more than one object?
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I agree with Philip Kendall. That said, the OP asked about setting focus for multiple subjects, i.e., a basic question about controlling DOF. Depth of field (DOF) is the range of distance from the ...

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Picasa to Lightroom Geotag
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The easiest solution would be to use a Lightroom plugin designed to synchronize images with Picasa. This would solve the problem of remapping incompatible metadata fields. There is an earlier thread ...

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How can I consolidate keyword hierarchies in Lightroom?
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Unfortunately, I think you have two mutually exclusive goals. It is much easier to do this outside Lightroom, by exporting the keywords to a file. It can then be edited in any plain text editor and ...

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Windows-app to quickly enter iptc keywords
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IPTC maintains a list of software programs that support IPTC metadata. That would be a good place to start in finding the tool that fits your needs. They list: Caption Pro Cortex Quebec ExifTool 10....

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What are good ways to scan a sheet of negatives?
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Epson flatbeds, like the V550, are set up for reflective light, which is what you want for scanning paper. For negatives, they use a light in the lid to backlight the negatives, since reflective light ...

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Is there a way to do automatic batch surveys in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC?
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Use LR's "Auto-Stack by Capture Time" feature (Photos/Stacking/Auto-Stack ...). This will group your images based on the amount of time between stacks, and you can adjust it for more or less time, ...

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Can I keep Lightroom 5 presets in one place using multiple USB drives without using Windows user profile?
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Lightroom has two options for storing your presets in LR5, and you discovered both of them. You can store them (1) with the catalog, or (2) in your Windows user profile at /Users/[user name]/Pictures/...

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I have a Nikon D60 and two lenses: 70-300 and 18-135. Should I get a 50mm 1.8 prime?
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A normal prime for the D60 would be a 35mm. The 50mm would be a good portrait lens. There are plenty of options out there for either, but I'd suggest looking for one that is at least an f1.8, to give ...

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My new Nikon d3500 is not showing the light meter in live view mode
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The quickest way to find out if it is a setting problem or a flaw in the camera would be to reset all options: Shooting Menu Options | Reset Shooting Menu | Setup Menu Options | Reset all options (at ...

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Is there a way I can scan an A4 photo at 4800 dpi?
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I'm scanning old toy boxes, which flattened are around A4 size. I need the huge files and with as much detail as possible because I am going to restore the torn areas and cracks in the color etc in ...

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How to choose a color calibration device?
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It's a question of price, as everything else. Is your monitor a laptop screen or a high-end 4k wide-gamut screen designed for photographers? For high end, mission critical use, you want a professional ...

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