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    3809 Alabama St,Bellingham,WA 98226-4585
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    Interest in photography began at 11 years old. Processed my own 4 x 5, 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 sheet film, as well as 35 mm film and 120 film. All black and white.

    Graduated with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from University of Souther California, in 1963. While there, I took the large format black and white course in the Cinema department.

    During my pharmacy years I never quit my love of film and photography.

    My home darkroom became a color darkroom. Still all film. Exiting.

    Retired from Rx, and previously purchased two brick and mortar photo labs, I have since sold the labs and print out of my home. Digital capture became and digital printing is what I do from home.

    I custom profile clients printers and clients display. And, of course my own Epson Pro 9900 44 inch wide printer. And two professional 27 inch NEC displays.

    As of this March, 20th, 2016, I have stopped accepting clients. What I did for them was digitally capture their original intellectual property and create fine art Giclee prints, on canvas as well as on fine art acid free watercolor paper.

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  1. David4

    Newbie

    Only my opinion. AF has easy to understand ( if go slowly ) videos. Not so with PS. Just my opinion, and it's not humble. hee Cheers David
  2. If I understand correctly, you are 'copying' old photographs. I use cross polarization when I am photographing any image. Photos not larger than 8.5 by 14, I use a scanner. Without the scanner, consider, if you will, two lights, 45 degrees off the axis........the direct line between camera lens and original photo. Put polarizing filters over each light and another over the camera lens. Look up on google, copying photo. Now, I know this doesn't answer your very question. For the future, my suggestion would be helpful. Another AF user will help you. Cheers, Davod
  3. Hi Russell. I use RPP 64, Raw Photo Processor 64 to get the .dcp profiles. And, Thank you for the suggestion. Cheers David Weston Master.rtfd.zip
  4. David4

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    jepike, #1 be patient. The video tutorials are a G-d send. I have enjoyed them and learned from them. Some go too fast, and some are just right for me. Kind regards, David
  5. Advanced Member Moderators 857 posts LocationNottingham Thank you Patrick. I know I have posted the request before. I have not received a positive answer, if .dcp camera profiles can be used. My apologies should I have offended anyone. Cheers, David Posted 22 November 2016 - 08:36 PM Duplicate thread https://affinity.ser...le-i-would-appr Like This Patrick Connor Serif (Europe) Ltd.
  6. Excuse me don't.....should be doesn't Cheers, David Miller Need assistance in having an image file stay at 240 ppi. Obviously I am missing something. My bad. In develop persona I have flattened the image file. In resize I choose the actual file dimensions in inches I need, and set DPI to 240. Resample is Lanczos 3 (non-separable). Ready to export, I check more, and all is okay. Export as tiff, and I end up with 72 DPI and not the size I chose. What is my error? What am I missing? Please help. Kind Regards David
  7. All is well. Got them, and they are in place. Cheers David
  8. Thanks, Fixx and Mate. Don't know how to put those marks on your name. Sorry Cheers David
  9. I want to rotate an image file when it is in RAW. How do I do it? I don't want to wait until this image file is in Develop. Cheers David MacBook Pro 8,3 10.11.6
  10. And, how do I put them where they belong? D
  11. What are my options to include 32 bit image files? Kind Regards, David
  12. Got a problem. RAW, dng, is 32 bit. I send this dng file, 32 bit to AF. All is well. Preparing to export an image file as tiff, 32 bit is not available for export. Finding a way to export as 32 bit, tiff. I am at a loss. So, what am I missing? Suggestions please. Cheers, David
  13. Posted 30 January 2016 - 04:36 PM CameraProfiles; I want to use .dcp camera profile. How do I instalL into AP? To get the .dcp camera profile, I digitally capture the 24 patch X-rite cardboard target. Convert that digital capture to dng with Adobe dng converter, and create the camera profile using dng profile editor. The .dcp camera profile works perfectly in my LR 6.3 workflow. That is the reason I would like to be able to use the .dcp camera profile. Kind Regards, David
  14. Hi Andy. If .dcp camera profile is available already, please help me find it. Posted 30 January 2016 - 04:36 PM CameraProfiles; I want to use .dcp camera profile. How do I instal then into AP? To get the .dcp camera profile, I digitally capture the 24 patch X-rite cardboard target. Convert that digital capture to dng with Adobe dng converter, and create the camera profile using dng profile editor. The .dcp camera profile works perfectly in my LR 6.3 workflow. That is the reason I would like to be able to use the .dcp camera profile. Posted 31 January 2016 - 01:25 AM Hi David, DCP profile support is on our radar - we hope to get it implemented some time soon. Sorry I can't be any more specific! Thanks, Andy. Kind Regards to AF TEAM ! ! !
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