With the latest version of Lightroom Classic, the “Superresolution” feature from Photoshop has also been integrated. It has also been changed to support TIFF or other files. This now also opens up the possibility of enhancing RAW files processed with DxO PureRaw. In the 100% crop, a bit more details become visible. Of […]
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Category: Cameras & Lenses
My view on cameras, lenses and all around the hardware
Super-resolution images from Photoshop are provided by DxO in the regular resolution. The only solution is to use an external service provider to increase the resolution (e.g. GigaPixel AI, etc.). In addition, panorama DNGs from Lightroom and everything in other formats – other than Topaz DeNoise AI – are not processed as RAW or DNG. […]
By chance, I became aware of the latest DxO Raw Converter software, and today I gave it a quick try. It’s incredible what the software can do. Unfortunately, the X-Trans sensors from Fuji are not supported, but even so, it seems to be worth the money. The images were processed synchronously. The DxO version, of […]
My lenses arrived today. A short test at the beach was very promising. All pictures were taken with the D500. Screenshots from Lightroom. Only exposure adjusted and developed with automatic adjustment. Completely developed crop using the Nikkor 500. Nikkor 300 at 200% Nikkor 300 with 1.4 Converter at 200% Nikkor 500 with 1.4 Converter at […]
The total distance I recorded with my Garmin (without flight) is shown here: On Madeira, 2053 kilometres were covered over the 2 weeks. During this time I used 2 cameras with overlapping lenses. The Nikon D800 was mainly used in Funchal in the market hall and at the volcano visit. Otherwise the Nikon D850 was […]
The traveling distance I tracked with my Garmin (without the way from home to Tuscany and back) is shown here: The total distance in Tuscany we travelled over the ten days was 1300 km. From and to Tuscany summed up to 3150 km, which gives a total of 4450 km. I used 2 camera gears over […]
Quickly decided to take some shots of the back of the building using the PC-E. Unfortunately I forgot that the D2x is not suited for the lens (you cannot shoot anything else but open aperture, so f3.5). Anyways, tried my best using the manual focus with the viewfinder and, before it started raining again, her’s a […]
First test of the Nikkor 24mm f3.5 PC-E. As I had only my D7200 available I did only 2 images one without any tilt or shift and another one using the shift for a panorama shot (portrait mode – three images).
The traveling distance I tracked with my Garmin (without the way from home to Italy and back) is shown here: The distance covered is 2670 kilometers. Mainly done by car but also including footwalks, trains, underground and bus as well as the boat trip in Cinque Terre. The distance covered for the 2 days to […]
Got this lens recently. What a nice little beauty. It offers fantastic sharpness and a bokeh that is really worth looking. The focusing works smoothly and using the focus indicator in the camera helps focussing correctly. Some shots taken of flowers and in the harbor.