15 comments on “Welcome

  1. Yours are nicer. Theres something I just can’t get with my images, but I’ll get there. Yours are very clear and very colourful, oh yes and very nice.

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  2. Thanks again James, what software do you use to process your prints. I use Adobe Lightroom (and Photoshop if needed afterwards), it gives alot of flexibility when it comes to tweaking and refining your images.

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  3. I use Photoshop and Lightroom also. Lightroom is amazing for organising photos, although I still have some issues with recognising the correct white balance to use.

    For stitching I use Autopano and CS3 also. I always use photoshop as I’m stitching, its not possible to just use lightroom by itself.

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  4. I use lightroom and photoshop. Lightroom is awesome for organising and the presets make things happen a lot quicker. I stitch all my photos so I need to use photosop with every photo.

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  5. Yes, unfortunately Photoshop is still a necessity for processing most images. I still do all my printing from Photoshop as well as any other final touches that Lightroom cannot handle.

    White balance can be a bit tricky to get right, if you want to get it perfect then you can get whilte balance cards that you photograph on-site and they give Lightroom a guide to getting it right. I find that too much effort though and either leave it at default or just tweak it until it looks right.

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