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Old Oct 28, 2015, 12:48 AM   #1
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E-M1 captures, processed in DXO Optics Pro 10. I think I'm getting a handle on this program and it's looking really nice.















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Old Oct 28, 2015, 9:03 AM   #2
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Very nice set Greg,

Your pictures always show perfect exposure in all the areas and your sharpening process always intriguing me, very sharp but never over sharpened. The files from the OMD-5i tent to show a fine grain when you apply sharpening even at low ISO's.

The first and third pictures are my favorite.

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Hi Marcelo. Thanks.

The nice (easy) part of DXO compared to Adobe Camera raw, is the sharpening and noise control, since they bake it in to all their camera/lens profiles. I just "let it go" on the default settings. One could tweek either, but it looks to me like DXO has a good handle on those.

I've had to play quite a bit with the settings to start feeling comfortable with exactly what to do in certain types of light. Last night, as I was watching that 14 inning World Series marathon and processing some files I had not previously from the Colorado trip, a couple of things fell into place regarding the Smart Lighting slider and some of the other manual sliders.

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Well done, Greg. I think that you made Vail look even more appealing in Autumn than during the snow covered wintertime.
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