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Floydian

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About Floydian

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    http://www.flickr.com/photos/henk-meijer

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    Male
  • Location
    Groningen
  • Interests
    Landscape and Travel Photography

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  • Alamy URL
    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={7E72BACB-3814-46E7-9FD5-BBA2F7D99144}&name=Henk+Meijer+Photography
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  • Joined Alamy
    07 Mar 2008
  1. I'm still using the old one to fill in my keywords, works much better for me than the new version.
  2. On Mac OSx login problems with Safari, but not with Chrome.....
  3. iMac 27 inch, 32 gb RAM, 3TB Fusion Drive and Lightroom 6 and Photoshop CS6 run smooth without any problems.....
  4. Many macro photographers stack, which could end up in over 50 exposures for 1 image. As a landscaper i stack too, sometimes a lot when my foreground object is very close to the lens and i can't use my TS-E lens. Using high F numbers results in loosing sharpness, so with F11 and some stacking i get great results. An alternative for Zerene is HeliconFocus. Good luck!
  5. I was done in 60 min, from download, install and restart. But....i was already on El Capitan 10.11.2
  6. Adobe provides a profile builder, so you could build your own. Btw, I do have two or three profiles for my Canon TSE 24 mk1, but none for my 17mm. wim I was never really satisfied with that profile builder. Beside, my 24mm mk2 is so good that i don't see it as a real problem not having a profile for that lens. Henk Yes the mk1 is not very good. The 17mm is quite good. The 24mm mk2 is really good. However the final verdict on these lenses will be on the new 42/50 mp bodies. Until now only extremely few Canon lenses are in the DXO top 100. The best one is the Canon E
  7. Adobe provides a profile builder, so you could build your own. Btw, I do have two or three profiles for my Canon TSE 24 mk1, but none for my 17mm. wim I was never really satisfied with that profile builder. Beside, my 24mm mk2 is so good that i don't see it as a real problem not having a profile for that lens. Henk
  8. A T&S lens (Nikon and Canon) is not supported by LR, because there would be no way to know from the photo whether the tilt/shift adjustments has been used and whether the profile would be accurate.
  9. If your lens is not supported by LR 5 then an upgrade to LR 6 might help to solve the problem. Check on the Adobe site if your lens is supported by LR 6
  10. Thanks Ian, i will do that!
  11. I noticed that showing keywords to everyone is leading to strange results. Others copied *MY* keywords and paste them in in their own images without any corrections! So if people search for my images under my name those images also show up...weird! We all think about our own and maybe unique keywords and others use them just as simple as that. Is this something that can be removed in the near future?
  12. It's working pretty good (Mac osX), i even use it for landscapes. Instead of shooting higher than my favorite F11, i shoot multiple images at F8 or F11 and stack them together for maximum DOF and sharpness. Lately i use more and more my TS-S for maximum DOF, but Helicon is still a very nice alternative. some might say use Zerene Stacker, but both work more or less in the same way...stacking. Good luck!
  13. There are many flaws inside the image. Some stitching problems and lots of dust spots....bad editing when it comes to that.
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