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Jennifer

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About Jennifer

  • Birthday 02/05/1964

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  • Main editing computer
    PC desktop
  • Editing software
    Photoshop
  • Monitor Calibrator
    X-Rite
  • Cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment
    Canon 5d III, Canon 50 1.4, 85 1.8, 100 2.8 L macro, 135 2L, 200 2.8L, Sigma 35 ART

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  1. Hey D- I remember once talking with you about getting rid of old display profiles instead of saving them when I calibrate once a month. I stopped renaming them but wanted to get rid of the old ones. Do you know where they would be located in the computer? Thanks!
  2. That makes sense - i just wasnt sure if there was another reason. TY
  3. Hey D - I've been using this tute for awhile, exactly as you wrote it, but I have a question. Is there any reason why you do it with raw images, as opposed to using SOOR PSD. i.e. doing one, saving it as a SOOR PSD, and then processing the other and saving that as a SOOR PSD. And then adding one PSD to the other and working on that? Thanks!
  4. Focus check pls: f3.5 1/1000s ISO 640 35 mm
  5. Focus check pls: f3.5 1/800s ISO 500 35 mm
  6. Focus check pls: f3.5 1/1000s ISO 640 35 mm
  7. Focus check pls: f3.5 1/1000s ISO 640 35 mm
  8. Hi D - in the newest update for ACR, the process has version 5 as the current (newest). TBH - I hadn't looked at that since it changed from 2010 to 2012, and you added 2012 to the class. However, I was going through the tabs after the update and noticed this. If I started editing a session under version 4, and now there is version 5, should I change to version 5 for the rest of the session. Or should I stay with version 4 throughout the rest of the session editing? Or does not it not even matter?!
  9. awesome bc I would hate to have to wait another 30 minutes! lol Thank you!
  10. but isn't the room supposed to be completely dark when calibrating? Part 5: Lights out At this point, if you haven’t already, turn off the lights or pull the blinds, or whatever. Strictly speaking, the surrounding light shouldn’t matter, but it can’t hurt to be extra safe.
  11. Hi Damien - this is kind of a silly question, but in terms of calibrating 2 monitors... since the calibration process on one monitor could be affected by the light of the other monitor, do you turn off the monitor that is not being calibrated? And then once done with the first, do you have to wait another 30 minutes before calibrating the 2nd monitor (since it was off for the length of time the 1st monitor was being calibrated - about 5 minutes)? I know it's not a big deal since I only use one for editing, but I was curious what you would do. Thanks!
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