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Cloning, colour edit and how to with xf10-24

Discussion in 'Native X-Mount Lens Forum' started by Borga Voffe, Aug 6, 2018.

  1. Borga Voffe

    Borga Voffe Dryasanne

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    My dog, waitng for my walk in the park.

    (removed the tech stuff, I am too old for that, just leave it as is, I am happy with new camera/lens, nothing else matters)
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    Not ready to tackle your questions. And it is highly likely another member (s) will be better at doing so.

    BUT.

    We will need to know the following

    1. What version of Photoshop (PS) you have. Be specific.
    2. What version of Adobe Camera RAW?(ACR)?
    1,2b. Oh, and stand-alone or CC?
    Also

    3. A bit more info on what is not working in a Photoshop. Do you mean:
    3a. PS (via ACR) will not open a X-T2 RAF.I think this is what you are referring to.
    3b. Will not open a compressed RAF
    3c. Will not allow lens corrections?
     
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    But, using google “photoshop remove objects dog leash”

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    Others exist
     
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    Borga Voffe Dryasanne

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    The very latest. I subscribe to the creativ photography plan.
     
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    Borga Voffe Dryasanne

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    I have now fine read them tutorials.

    There will be leash on my dog. I will never ever learn such advanced tricks. Too old, and really not understanding what they were talking about.
     
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    Now here is the issue. “Latest version” does not cut it. Lesson learned, anther member had a problem in Lightroom, after going around and around on asking what version “be specific” the OP finally got hold of Adobe support, and low and behold, the Op,s copy of the Creative cloud desktop was not working, was not updating, latest version turned out to be version 6, we are all at version 7. Same would have been true for PS and ACR.

    So, please, what version, provide quantatative not qualitative response.

    As you apparently have an issue with PS opening a RAF, the issue is probably with ACR. So ACR version ???

    Should be 10.? (10 dot something)
     
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    from viewing the two photos you have posted so far i would suggest you try zooming to different focal lengths for each shot you take to see how the perspective changes the image. i bet you will like some more than others :)
    that is a wide zoom, as you already know, and a shot at 10 will render quite differently than the same shot at 24

    of course it all boils down to what looks the best for you :)
    but it's not all about how sharp the lens is ;-)
    if you browse thru the pet forum you will see lots of straight on head shots with wide zooms that makes them look like they have a huge nose :) ...if that's your thing...so be it, and be happy //lol//
    - but i think that as you see how the different FL's distort (or not distort) the image, it will open up new possibilities for some interesting perspectives and creativity. but sometimes you don't want to do that

    and agree that there's no need to sweat the post processing so much. it would be easy to remove the lead in the first photo, but much harder in the second. plus, as you probably also know, there is a difference between cloning and healing, etc.
    - my dog is usually on lead too, and it doesn't bother me if others see it in his photos :) but removing easy stuff is easy once you practice a bit and get the hang of it...not too "hi-tec" at all //lol//

    - but i do think what i mentioned above is worth some time and consideration as you settle in with the new zoom

    have fun with it and that cool looking dog !
     
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    Nice looking dog.
     
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    Well, not a fan of big noses. more like so:
    (adobe photoshop ver 19.1.5)(nikkor 18-35 at 29 mm)

    ADR_0712 cgggopy.jpg
     
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    What breed is your dog...
     
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    Ten yr young Alaskan husky
     
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    He / She's a beautiful companion.....
     
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    She...

    tohavoff.jpg
     
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    Nice photo. Excellent camouflage!
     

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