Since I've been playing in LR3, I thought I'd share a bit of what I've been doing. I've taken some of my personal favorites and done some tweaking. Some is dramatic, some is subtle, but side by side, you can see the difference a little post processing can make to even a damn good picture (and I do take some damn good pics on occasion).

DSC_0022.jpg

The images are original followed by processed. I'm just curious what y'all think.
Since I've been playing in LR3, I thought I'd share a bit of what I've been doing. I've taken some of my personal favorites and done some tweaking. Some is dramatic, some is subtle, but side by side, you can see the difference a little post processing can make to even a damn good picture (and I do take some damn good pics on occasion).

DSC_0022.jpg

The images are original followed by processed. I'm just curious what y'all think.
Since I've been playing in LR3, I thought I'd share a bit of what I've been doing. I've taken some of my personal favorites and done some tweaking. Some is dramatic, some is subtle, but side by side, you can see the difference a little post processing can make to even a damn good picture (and I do take some damn good pics on occasion).

DSC_0022.jpg

The images are original followed by processed. I'm just curious what y'all think.
jsbowden: (Wheelie)
( Jun. 12th, 2011 02:53 pm)
Amazon has LR3 for $222 and change, so I went ahead and bought it. Just playing with it (thanks to Adobe's free 30 day trial (full featured, not a crippled demo)), it's absolutely amazing at noise reduction and clean up. It's also really nifty how it stores everything as a database of deltas and doesn't actually touch the original file in any way. I'll have to play with it's post processing ability for doing more than just clean up too, after watching some of the tutorial videos on line. I haven't even touched on its abilities for photo management yet, but wow it's got a lot of ways to sort, tag, group, and manage pictures. As I currently have just under eighteen thousand photos on my hard drive, that's going to come in really handy.

I also bought Portal 2 via Steam this morning, and now I'm going to have some fun.
jsbowden: (Wheelie)
( Jun. 12th, 2011 02:53 pm)
Amazon has LR3 for $222 and change, so I went ahead and bought it. Just playing with it (thanks to Adobe's free 30 day trial (full featured, not a crippled demo)), it's absolutely amazing at noise reduction and clean up. It's also really nifty how it stores everything as a database of deltas and doesn't actually touch the original file in any way. I'll have to play with it's post processing ability for doing more than just clean up too, after watching some of the tutorial videos on line. I haven't even touched on its abilities for photo management yet, but wow it's got a lot of ways to sort, tag, group, and manage pictures. As I currently have just under eighteen thousand photos on my hard drive, that's going to come in really handy.

I also bought Portal 2 via Steam this morning, and now I'm going to have some fun.
jsbowden: (Wheelie)
( Jun. 12th, 2011 02:53 pm)
Amazon has LR3 for $222 and change, so I went ahead and bought it. Just playing with it (thanks to Adobe's free 30 day trial (full featured, not a crippled demo)), it's absolutely amazing at noise reduction and clean up. It's also really nifty how it stores everything as a database of deltas and doesn't actually touch the original file in any way. I'll have to play with it's post processing ability for doing more than just clean up too, after watching some of the tutorial videos on line. I haven't even touched on its abilities for photo management yet, but wow it's got a lot of ways to sort, tag, group, and manage pictures. As I currently have just under eighteen thousand photos on my hard drive, that's going to come in really handy.

I also bought Portal 2 via Steam this morning, and now I'm going to have some fun.
jsbowden: (ROFLOLZOMFGWFTBBQ!?!?!)
( Feb. 26th, 2010 09:55 am)
What exactly is wrong with you?



Why the hell does iTunes need a full core and then some to PLAY AN MP3 FILE? What fucking crack are you people on?
jsbowden: (ROFLOLZOMFGWFTBBQ!?!?!)
( Feb. 26th, 2010 09:55 am)
What exactly is wrong with you?



Why the hell does iTunes need a full core and then some to PLAY AN MP3 FILE? What fucking crack are you people on?
jsbowden: (ROFLOLZOMFGWFTBBQ!?!?!)
( Feb. 26th, 2010 09:55 am)
What exactly is wrong with you?



Why the hell does iTunes need a full core and then some to PLAY AN MP3 FILE? What fucking crack are you people on?
jsbowden: (ROFLOLZOMFGWFTBBQ!?!?!)
( Nov. 12th, 2009 07:43 am)
Google have given me 30 more invites to Wave if anyone wants one.
jsbowden: (ROFLOLZOMFGWFTBBQ!?!?!)
( Nov. 12th, 2009 07:43 am)
Google have given me 30 more invites to Wave if anyone wants one.
jsbowden: (ROFLOLZOMFGWFTBBQ!?!?!)
( Nov. 12th, 2009 07:43 am)
Google have given me 30 more invites to Wave if anyone wants one.
Fuck you Sun. Fuck you too, NetApp. You can both die in a fucking fire.

Go to Hell, don't come back.
Fuck you Sun. Fuck you too, NetApp. You can both die in a fucking fire.

Go to Hell, don't come back.
Fuck you Sun. Fuck you too, NetApp. You can both die in a fucking fire.

Go to Hell, don't come back.
Man, I thought Vista's network stack was aggressive, and then I met Windows 7. It does all kinds of nifty on the fly TCP optimization (sliding TCP window sizing, variable on the fly MTU, MRU, and MSS values, and rapid scaling up of data throughput as best as I can tell), which are all anticipating ten, forty, and hundred gigabit LANs as normal and expected (and moving data across links like that at wire speed is HARD). Vista's network stack is far better than XP's, and it looks like Windows 7's network stack is Vista's on overdrive. This is all well and good, except when it totally takes over our connection to the outside world and nothing else can get manage to grab any bandwidth. Current incarnations of *BSD and Linux are also doing these same things, for the same reasons. If we manage to get past our current problems and really upgrade our network infrastructure, the future is going to be awesome. The future here being half a decade away.
Man, I thought Vista's network stack was aggressive, and then I met Windows 7. It does all kinds of nifty on the fly TCP optimization (sliding TCP window sizing, variable on the fly MTU, MRU, and MSS values, and rapid scaling up of data throughput as best as I can tell), which are all anticipating ten, forty, and hundred gigabit LANs as normal and expected (and moving data across links like that at wire speed is HARD). Vista's network stack is far better than XP's, and it looks like Windows 7's network stack is Vista's on overdrive. This is all well and good, except when it totally takes over our connection to the outside world and nothing else can get manage to grab any bandwidth. Current incarnations of *BSD and Linux are also doing these same things, for the same reasons. If we manage to get past our current problems and really upgrade our network infrastructure, the future is going to be awesome. The future here being half a decade away.
Man, I thought Vista's network stack was aggressive, and then I met Windows 7. It does all kinds of nifty on the fly TCP optimization (sliding TCP window sizing, variable on the fly MTU, MRU, and MSS values, and rapid scaling up of data throughput as best as I can tell), which are all anticipating ten, forty, and hundred gigabit LANs as normal and expected (and moving data across links like that at wire speed is HARD). Vista's network stack is far better than XP's, and it looks like Windows 7's network stack is Vista's on overdrive. This is all well and good, except when it totally takes over our connection to the outside world and nothing else can get manage to grab any bandwidth. Current incarnations of *BSD and Linux are also doing these same things, for the same reasons. If we manage to get past our current problems and really upgrade our network infrastructure, the future is going to be awesome. The future here being half a decade away.
jsbowden: (Default)
( Jan. 9th, 2009 11:37 am)
I know the whole world is trying to download the Winderz 7 Beta, but I need to get updates for standalone machines in classified areas, so, can you like, maybe, oh, I don't know, RATE LIMIT the Windows 7 downloads so the rest of us can still get shit done?
jsbowden: (Default)
( Jan. 9th, 2009 11:37 am)
I know the whole world is trying to download the Winderz 7 Beta, but I need to get updates for standalone machines in classified areas, so, can you like, maybe, oh, I don't know, RATE LIMIT the Windows 7 downloads so the rest of us can still get shit done?
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