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  1. rolilight


  2. DarkRock

    Bridge and RAF Files

    I'm starting to use the new X-T2 (coming from Canon FFs). So far the camera/lens has performed very well. At the moment I'm struggling with handling the exif data associated with the RAF files. When I open a RAF contented folder in Bridge, I see a noticeable degradation in image sharpness. I've been through the settings in Bridge and haven't found any obvious culprits. I would like to stay with Bridge for it's meta data capabilities. I've looked at a number of other applications for meta data updates in RAF files and so far, they don't measure up to Bridge. Any suggestions would be appreciated as I really want to maintain editing of the meta data. TIA, -Tim
  3. morpheme

    Golden Gate Sunset Panorama

    sunset behind the golden gate bridge
  4. chrisyfitz

    Beetham Tower.jpg

    Beetham Tower is a 47-story building in Manchester, England. The structure is one of the thinnest skyscrapers in the world with a height to width ratio of 12:1 on the east-west façade. It was completed in 2006. In the foreground is part of a very old cast-iron bridge. This shot was taken from the Castlefield Metro station.

    © chrisyfitzuk

  5. Tide72

    Venice Vibe.jpg

    © Neville Zammit

  6. Tide72

    Venice doors.jpg

    © Neville Zammit

  7. Tide72

    Venice - under the bridge.jpg

    © Neville Zammit

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