Lumix LX3 lens correction feature in Lightroom 3.
Camera profiles provide a baseline understanding for the RAW conversion software to make accurate conversions. It’s the translation device between, the value of the color recorded and the value it should be output at.
A comparison of Lightroom 2.*, 3.0 beta and Raw Developer on files from my Panasonic LX3. Included are base settings for the LX3, for use in the Camera Calibration pane of Lightroom.
Tweet Left the house early to check out the new home of the Supercar Sunday meet in Woodland Hills. It was a lot bigger than I’d expected. For a ridiculously cold morning there was quite a turn out. There were three Mercedes 300 Gullwings, a Ferrari F40 and this Porsche Carrera GT. Tesla was there [...]
Tweet A road trip much better suited to younger folks. We left my house at 3:00 A.M. Sunday. We arrived in Monterey at 8:00 A.M. Had breakfast at a local diner and were in the raceway by 9:30. Walking though the paddock areas we were free to enjoy the cars close up. The crowds were [...]
Tweet These shots were all taken with my relatively new Lumix LX3 camera. They’re mostly all of the Santa Yanez Mission in Solvang, California. A couple towards the end are from the surrounding area.
Tweet Yeah, I realize we’ve been back from Germany for many months now. And I really should have finished posting these pictures a long time ago, but I grew bored with them. Now they’re sort of new again. There are two galleries that are new. Both are from Stuttgart. The first covers our trip on [...]
Tweet New photos just posted from: the “Queens English” car show at Woodley park on March 08, 2009. This was my new Panasonic LX3′s first real assignment. I left my SLR at home to force my self to see things through only the new camera’s eyes (eye). Lots of gorgeous cars. Jay Leno arrived this year [...]
Tweet I have finally attempted to integrate my smugmug photo site into this one. Theoretically I should be able to make the header of my Smugmug pages appear exactly as it does here. I came pretty close, and the functionality is there so I guess I’m happy. For now all my pictures are now coming [...]
Tweet I love the idea of websites that host pictures. I have photos scattered a few different services on the Web. I started with a service called PBase.com. I liked Pbase (my account has expired, but the pictures are still there) because of it’s classy interface and because it categorizes the equipment used to take [...]