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I saw an article the other day that asked what Nikon should put in the as-yet-unannounced D5 replacement (the D6?). Most of the comments were for things that I don’t need, so were I to "upgrade" to a higher end body, a D5 or D850 would be fine.
But what would *I* want to see changed, not only in the D5, but in any prosumer or higher level camera? What would it take to get me to upgrade?
I’d like to see some changes in the menu system. First, we need to be able to “lo
A couple of years ago, I was fortunate enough to have an opportunity to take a class from one of the best known photographers and photography teachers in the world. He was, as always, a wonderful teacher and very personable.
But at the very start of the class, there was a "problem."
The camera he was using -- a Nikon D5 -- was tethered to his laptop, which in turn, was connected to a projector. Of course, this means that anything he shoots with that camera shows up
I was going to write about something else, but as I started playing around with the new profiles in Lightroom Classic 7.3 and the new version of Camera RAW, I noticed something -- something that is definitely going to be a problem for me, and could be a problem for others who wish to use these new profiles. That problem, simply is:
They don't transfer from Lightroom to Photoshop. In other words, a Profile applied to a photo in Lightroom Classic 7.3, then opened in Photos