Lightroom ya abre los ficheros .ARQ (pixel shift) de la Sony A7R III, y 10 cosas que no sabes de Lightroom y no te puedes perder.

1.- A la chita callando el sr.Adobe ha dado soporte al modo Pixel Shift de la Sony A7R III. Los ficheros .ARQ ahora pueden ser abiertos y procesados en Lightroom Classic CC después de su última actualización de hace unos días. ¿ Por qué no habrá dicho nada ? ¿ Será tímido ?, no creo, ¿ no ?

Para los descreídos, las lenguas de doble filo cuentan todo esto:

Marc Alhadeff of Sony Alpha Blog spotted the update, which adds support for the ARQ files that are produced once the original a7R III files have passed through Sony’s own Imaging Edge software.

Note: Imaging Edge is still needed to combine the four ARW raw files into a single image, which it outputs as a raw ARQ file.

While we’d still recommend giving the third-party SonyPixelShift2DNG software a go if you’re working with these files extensively, this additional support is definitely a step in the right direction for Adobe. Previously, ARQ files would need to be converted to DNGs in order to be edited in any of the Adobe products. But now, with Lightroom Classic CC 7.3, the ARQ file can be read without conversion.

2.- Bueno, y después de esta fantástica noticia, (mi 3% al IBAN habitual), no está de más que en esta misma línea acabemos con un títular impactante de esos que crean afición. Va dedicado a los usuarios, más bien sufridores, de Lightroom.

10 Lightroom features you may not know about

  1. Sharing online – Using an integrated share function, you can easily share an album of your images online, where people can favorite and even comment on your photos.
  2. Getting good color – Hidden inside the develop dialog is a little color calibration tool. Adobe recently updated this tool, but the tip still stands and proves even more useful.
  3. Change preset opacity – This tip needs a plugin (The Fader), so it’s not directly integrated into Lightroom. But the tool is free to download. Once installed, you can choose how strong any presets are that you’ve installed.
  4. Targeted adjustment tool – Rather than using HSL sliders, the targeted adjustment tool lets you adjust the variables in a specific area with minimal affect on the rest of the image.
  5. Auto exposures match – This one is pure magic. Take a batch of photos with varying exposures, edit one how you want, and select the auto exposure match tool in the menu. Boom. The photos will look like they were shot with exactly the same settings. Great for wedding and even sports photography.
  6. Faster image rating – Rather than using the arrow keys and pressing numbers, simply press caps lock on your keyboard. Now, after you press a number it will automatically advance to the next image.
  7. Selective auto settings – If you hold shift and double-click the slider on an adjustment, Lightroom will automatically give you what it believes to be the proper setup.
  8. Edit local adjustment tools – Does that gradient filter overlay you just applied affect the subject of your image? Don’t fret. Simply click on the brush tool and use the erase function to selectively remove the are of the gradient you don’t want.
  9. Increased slider size – Drag out your adjustment tools to get more accurate edits (in case you didn’t know, you can also hold shift while moving a slider to make it more precise)
  10. Alt precision views – Holding the Alt key will more precisely show you what edits are being made—great for sharpening and exposure tools.

Hala, que lo disfrutéis con salud y alegría, que buena falta nos hace, al menos a mi, y ambas.


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  1. lo unico que se que desde la ultima actualizacion se me para y tengo que cerrarlo y volverlo ha encender.

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