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  1. Anyone know a way to add the copyright info to the EXIF data - or otherwise - using Affinity? I know how it's done in PS, just not seeing anything in Affinity other than (apparently) unchangeable "N/A" listings in the EXIF data display for an image that's open in the software. Pretty likely that I'm missing something, so wanted to check. Many thanks!
  2. Anyone give the latest ON1 release a try? Was curious what your experiences were thus far.
  3. Uhm, so hi again, everyone. Been awhile as it's been pretty crazy around the ol' learnin' factory these past couple of years and I haven't had a lot of time to devote to keeping up with the latest and greatest but I have a question or two that I could use your collective wisdom on. After 7-plus good years of full-time service, I'm contemplating putting my Macbook into semi-retirement as a hi-res music server for my stereo and purchasing a shiny new aluminum Macbook Pro for everyday use, including image post processing, audio recording, and keeping track of a small non-profit I run as a sideline. Since I can combine the education discount with no sales tax this Saturday, I need to make some decisions before then. I'm also categorically opposed to letting yet another couple of businesses dip into my checkbook on a monthly basis, which explains the presence of Adobe CS3 and Office 98 suites on the aforementioned Macbook. Sooo... Given that it's gonna be a new Mac, what are my options these days for post processing software that can be purchased outright or available as free/shareware? I could start with the newest Silkypix RAW converter that was mentioned in another thread, and I saw something about Darktable as well. Darktable appears to be shareware and if it's a good image processing system, I'll seriously look into it but I also don't mind purchasing if there is still anything left out there that isn't on the rent model. So I'm curious to know who likes what and why. Also, who's happy with what calibration puck/software these days. My ancient system won't work with the newest versions of Apple's OS. FWIW, I traded my X10 up to an X20 a year or so after the X30 came out and have been very happy with the image quality from RAW, but still don't care for having to process RAW in SP and then finish processing in Photoshop. And I'm not crazy about the SP interface but if that's the best option in my situation, I'll get serious and learn it. But I'd prefer a one-stop shop that isn't SP, if you know what I mean. Many thanks in advance for your thoughts.
  4. Hi. I'd welcome some advice on what I need to acquire - or put it another way - what would you acquire if starting from my standpoint. Thanks in advance. Ideally I want to acquire software to allow me to do both RAW processing and photo editing. Ideally it would be one programme, but if not then one as pixel editor and one as RAW convertor. I use Nikon D750 and Fuji XT10. Both these will probably be shortly replaced with XT2, but I'm waiting for initial bugs to be sorted before I take the plunge. Although I am slowly moving to FUJI, I will still need full frame Nikon for some years, so both Bayer and X Trans Raw conversion will be needed. I have always used JPegs up until now, but have recently retired and want to start really getting the most out of image quality. I have always used Windows as an operating system and don't really want to change. I'd also rather buy software then pay rental to Adobe. I have a PC that runs Windows 7, but recognise that for general usage reasons I will probably have to upgrade soon, let alone for phoptography - so that need not be a restriction. If I have to buy a new PC, then so be it. So - what software would you acquire, given the above - without worrying about any PC OS version restrictions? Many thanks.
  5. Hi all, just want to inform about some news on SilkyPix Developer Studio 6. They included film simulation color profiles especially for Fuji cameras in the software. ( http://www.silkypix.eu/silkypix-announced-new-revisions-dspro-6-0-24-0-and-ds-6-1-24-0/ ) Also seen that they´ll offer 99€ instead of 196€ as a black friday campaign. Price will be available from today 16:00 CET - time enough to check out the trial version... Cameras with "Film Simulation" support: X10, X20, X30, X100, X100S, X100T, XF1, XQ1, XQ2, X-A1, X-A2, X-E1, X-E2, X-M1, X-S1, X-Pro1, X-T1, X-T10 Best regards, JR
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