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  1. Tiggrrr42

    Enjoying my X70

    While I'm waiting for my X-T2 to arrive, I've been taking my X70 out more, and I'm really beginning to appreciate it. I've also finally got around to having a play with Aurora Pro for a bit of post-processing. This was taken on the Brecon Mountain Railway in South Wales - it's an American-built narrow gauge engine.Â
  2. Alexander Mosquera

    HDR in Lightroom with Ctrl+Shift+H

    Hi all If you are not familiar with Lightroom's keyboard shortcuts you might be happy to know the keyboard shortcuts for the HDR and panorama features. Ctrl + H brings up the HDR dialog. Ctrl + Shift + H skips the HDR dialog and just creates a HDR right away, in the background.Ctrl + M brings up the panorama dialog.Ctrl + Shift + M skips the panorama dialog and just creates a panorama right away, in the background.However, I don't understand what settings are applied when using the Shift shortcuts. Is it the default settings or is it the very last settings that I used when creating the very latest merge? EDIT: Scott Kelby to the rescue. He wrote a blog post (http://lightroomkillertips.com/are-you-taking-advantage-of-lightrooms-headless-mode/) on it and according to him it uses the last settings. I have not been able to confirm this though. Can't find anything in the documentation.
  3. LCM_Scott

    Ford St. Bridge

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  4. LCM_Scott

    Rochester, NY

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  5. LCM_Scott

    Rochester, NY

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