I always wondered what was Neuranatomist job...
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Canvas extension would be a nice feature!
Btw the lack of canvas extension results in a really strange behaviors: If you do some aspect ratio or perspective correction with automatic "upright" or with the manual lens correction sliders, you get white parts on the edges of the frame you cannot touch or fill and have to crop away. Doh.
How is it not already? Because it can't do layers? Or pixel-level editing?
My one major grief is that you cannot extend the canvas, i.e. on rotate there's no way to heal-fill an area, you *have* to delete the part that is rotated out of the rectangle. The same goes for fixing a too tight framing. This is stupid because after a trip to a pixel editing app (converting raw->tiff, doh) and adding some space around the shot LR's heal/clone brush works just fine for this purpose.
In LR 6, I would like to see some new filters for star trails photography. Expecially "gap filling" function.
You're trying to discuss features - don't you realize no one cares? Can we please get back to ranting about the subscription model :-p ?
I'm hoping we get user preferred GPS formats in Lr 6. Decimal Degrees are SO much easier to type and read.
Maybe, if you are not trained in writing them, but they are nowhere near as easy to find on a map or chart.
Are you kidding me? I can type an N and a W as well as anyone, but why would I subject myself to having to type "37°39'47" N 105°49'45" W", as Lightroom 5 now requires, versus "37.663056 -105.829167". Both formats get you to the exact same spot on any map, but the latter is far, far easier to input. I'm sure this is why Google Earth and many other apps and GPS units use Decimal Degrees as their default GPS format--and why it's so unbelievable that Adobe has thus far forced us to use the anachronistic Degrees, Minutes, Seconds.
Either way, if you prefer typing ""37°39'47" N 105°49'45" W" have at it, all I'm asking Adobe to do is give us a Preference to choose the format each individual prefers working with.
Canon mpe 65 - 5x max magnification
Canon 5d S - 8688 px / 1920 px screen résolution - 4.5 x
Total magnification of about 22.5 x. That is pretty much it I think.
And then, you can be sure that any slightest vibration will make your images blurred so a very sturdy mount for the camera and subject would be required. And you'll need lots of light. By then, you'll have spent enough you may want to have a look at a real microscope. I think Olympus has some good and relatively inexpensive camera to be mounted on microscope columns or eye piece. You may be able to find a used microscope and adapt one of those units.
Macro and micro are not the same.
Engineers, we are fussy nitpicking little critters aren't we? Looking back, I feel like most great things we accomplished were made to prove someone else wrong...
*EDIT: please take this post with a pinch of salt.
I was a science major in college.. for me it was not finding the truth, but getting close to what may be considered the truth... I was also a philosophy minor, but that was mostly deleted over time.
I like to think I take care of my stuff... I too keep the boxes... So maybe we are simply wanting to buy from those who share our presumptions... is that projecting in psychology? I took psychopathology in college... So I could diagnose cramming a lens where it doesn't belong... Butt, that is neither here nor there.
I see what you did there . I think I'll butt out of the conversation, it's getting stuffy in here.
Just because someone has the original box doesn't mean they've taken care of the item, but as you pointed out, those of us who do keep the original stuff feel more comfortable buying from others who do the same. Doesn't guarantee they took better care of the equipment, but it feels a bit more reassuring . . .