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John Walker

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  1. In my experience, all my transformed images save ok as jpegs as long as I flatten the image first. More than one layer open and it saves as a PSD file. Flattening the image (if needed) before 'Save' is part of my workflow John
  2. Spot on Mark. If you don't flatten the image to a single layer it saves as PSD. John
  3. I can just imagine what these heavily tattoo'd bodies will look like when the 'wearers' are in their 80s and 90s ...... 😝
  4. Hi Liverpix, Keep in mind that you have raised your profile with Alamy now. Make sure every one of your future submissions is perfect - scrutinised at 100%. Good luck John
  5. Looks great but appears to have some excessive sharpening in the fine detail - almost engraving like. You shouldn't have any problems passing QC with any of the RX100 range of cameras.
  6. Hi Ed My understanding is that JPEGs saved at level 12 don't suffer from damage to any great degree. Will be interesting to see other member's thoughts. John
  7. Looks like my GPU is the weak point so will follow up your suggestion Johnnie5. It looks like some of the suggested GPU's require a double bay so need to check if there's room. It's 4 years since I built it. Thank you. UserBenchmarks: CPU: Intel Core i5-4690K - 69.7% GPU: AMD Radeon HD 5450 - 1.1% SSD: Samsung 850 Evo 500GB - 113.6% HDD: Seagate Expansion Desk 2TB - 69.4% HDD: WD Blue 1TB (2012) - 103.8% HDD: WD Black 2.5" 750GB (2013) - 65.3% HDD: Seagate Expansion Desk 2TB - 87.6% USB: Seagate Expansion Desk 2TB - 50.1% USB: SDHC Card 32GB - 31.3% RAM: Kingston HyperX DDR3 1866 C10 4x4GB - 70.8% MBD: Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD3H-CF
  8. Many thanks for all your suggestions. I already have 32Gb RAM and an SSD installed as my 😄 Drive - love the way it boots Win10 in record time. I'm considering adding a 2Gb SSD as my main working storage drive now that the price has dropped (still expensive though). Will leave my back up data drives as HDDs for now. Reading your advice Johnnie5, possibly upgrading my graphics card is the way to go. I have an AMD Radeon HD 5450 at present - perhaps the weak link in my system?. John
  9. This is the only reference to Olympus that I could find in one of the .dat files. <stCamera:Make>OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.</stCamera:Make> <stCamera:Model>E-M1</stCamera:Model> <stCamera:Lens>10.5mm F0.95</stCamera:Lens> <stCamera:LensPrettyName>Voigtlander MFT 10.5mm f/0.95 Nokton Aspherical</stCamera:LensPrettyName> <stCamera:CameraPrettyName>E-M1</stCamera:CameraPrettyName> <stCamera:CameraRawProfile>True</stCamera:CameraRawProfile>
  10. Solved. I normally download updates via the 'Adobe Creative Cloud' app. I re-loaded a number of times via the app with the same result. I then found a direct link to the download on the Adobe site. Downloaded and it works perfectly. The Adobe Creative Cloud app must be picking up something different. John
  11. Thanks MDM Yes, I always work in RAW. When I click on Browse there are no Adobe profiles following the update like there used to be. Where it used to show Adobe Standard, there is now a Yellow warning triangle and a pop-up that says Profile Not Installed or Rendering is Incorrect. I can see other users have had the same problem but I haven't found an answer that has solved the issue. John
  12. Thanks Wim It's the colour profiles that are missing. I only have Photoshop cc 2019 on my PC. It was fine with 2018. My version of ACR is showing as 16 (201 7092,daily,1297587 if that helps. John
  13. I've just updated Adobe Photoshop 2019 CC Camera Raw and I no longer have camera profiles. My camera is set to Adobe Standard and there is no longer and profile for it - only a profile named Matrix. Re-installing Photoshop 2019 CC has not made any difference. Any suggestions?
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