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About wiskerke

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  1. Ah Il Gattopardo 😼 The Italian Gone with the Wind. The kiss. The ballroom scene (now restored). 😿 And indeed: If we want things to stay as they are, things will have to change wim
  2. That link brings up 99,260 images that have National Trust in their keywords. I've clicked on a few but I have not seen one by the National Trust yet. Does that mean it's not being policed? Not anymore? Only 282 of those 99,260 are property released btw. That's 0.28410235744509366% ! 😂 But 28,906 are RF. That's 29%. Floodgate. 🤦‍♂️ wim
  3. Yep then the limiting factor is the display. Unless you have an older Apple where the monitor profile was used for everything. Aaargh. wim
  4. Yes, but are they converting or stripping? In Alamy's case we concluded last time (using that profile, but not that image) it's converting. wim
  5. Waiting for us to take their place. 😷 wim
  6. Use false colors maybe? I use this one: http://www.gballard.net/psd/colorlooksbad.html wim
  7. Balchik it is! https://goo.gl/maps/X6GkTaT27n3pDjTPA wim
  8. Hmm the Passport reacts the same, viewed in Photoshop. And the difference is easy to spot in the histograms which are quite different. Now the Granger are visually quite different with the saturation up a lot in the Adobe one, however the histograms look very much the same, only in the AdobeRGB there's some clipping. Let's go back to the browser: the same like before: almost no change in the Granger and the Passport is quite noticeable. wim
  9. No difference on the Granger (if there is one I don't see it) but there's a difference on the Passport for me. The difference is in saturation not hue btw. This is on a color managed FF and wide gamut Eizo's. wim
  10. For me it's been a while. 😁 Actually it's from that bridge from Penn's Landing. I may have parked the car there. One of our friends used to live in Philly before moving to DC. And we visited it in the eighties. And we went to see Randy Newman in the Keswick once. wim
  11. Ah and here's the other. The 400 block of Market Street somewhere from the 200 block. City Hall is not visible anymore. But the landmark PSFS building (now a hotel) still is. wim edit: https://goo.gl/maps/gt8ctj6kokNmcMBS7
  12. The first one is here: https://goo.gl/maps/zsTEkNMPVCjhnLydA wim
  13. To Edo and MDM: AFAIK the histogram in the viewer / on the screen is based on your jpg settings. wim
  14. I have no idea. I have not used that since my first digital Ixus. Where in all those menu tabs would that be? It turns out it's in full view right there on the mode dial. And all my 4 RX's have it. wim edit: and this is what I did with it then: der Körperteil im Zeitalter seiner technischen Reproduzierbarkeit explanation on my ancient website here.
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