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  1. I often go back and reprocess old images or even more recent ones that I think I can improve or make a different version of for Alamy. After watching this video I learned that there is another reason to turn your attention to older photos. I like to think my processing skills have improved and I know the software has gotten better. He talks about color rendering and demosaicing have improved for older cameras, He states towards the end of the video that Capture One and Lightroom have evolved over the years to give better results making it worthwhile to revisit those older images.
  2. I am only getting as little as 15.2 Mpixel from my X-T1 with Capture 1 Pro 7.2.1 (4777 x 3185). I get up to around 4873 x 3249 with X-E1 images - 15.83Mpixel. Strangely it is variable from shot to shot - I believe it is a change to the algorithm in Capture 1 as I switched to from 7.2.0 to 7.2.1 to get X-T1 capability. On 7.2.0 I also had a margin outside the default crop which allowed me to get up to around 17Mpixel, something around 5000+ px on longest side. Any body else noticed it? Does the same happen with LR esp 5.4? All in all it is slightly irritating as 16Mpixel is a bit tight for
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