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  1. Another program that claims to colorize B/W images is NCH Photopad. John
  2. Really enjoyable and it has given me some ideas. I have nearly all of my family bw negatives going back to 1930's so maybe there will be something there that I can use when I get my scanner a new light source, John
  3. Very impressive and brings old memories to the fore again! All the best John
  4. Short but thought provoking! Regards John
  5. Quite enjoyable and very well put together. Regards John
  6. Hi Ian Managed to download the Olympus Workspace and also got the latest update. A lot of reviews said it was terrible software and slow but as far as I'm concerned its pretty darned good. Of course Adobe is better with much more ability to tweak. However The Olympus software makes it much easier to sort the Olympus images and preview them. Thank you very much for letting me know about it. Regards John
  7. Have just discovered yesterday that the latest Adobe 2022 Bridge and Camera Raw no longer provide a preview for the older Olympus Cameras. I just wish that I had never bought Olympus. What I did ywsterday was to bring the images into Photoshop crop each one individullay and save as .psd but it takes a long time! Also a lot of the latest Photo editors (for want of a better word) also do not offer support for the older Olympus either. To Jill I do use my images for other purposes than making PTE shows. I do prints on an Epson large format printer and I also enter as projected images in our local camera club. Also I prefer the look of the 3 x 2 format the 4/3 reminds me too much of old television. Regards John
  8. Sad news indeed but at least Lin is no longer suffering. John
  9. A quick update Faststone Photo resizer does not support Olympus raw files
  10. To all who have made suggestions thank you. Yes I do have Photoshop 2022, I do appreciate that the upscaling can be done within PTE. Howerver in addition to the images I mentioned I have serveral thousand more in Olympus 4/3 format which I wold like to convert to the same size as the ones from the Canon full frame. Regards John
  11. Hi Jii Thanks fot your reply, what I really want to do is upscale outside PTE because I do not necessarily want to use all the images I have of the Pinnacles John
  12. I'm hoping that someone here can suggest an answer to the following: I have images of the Pinnacles here in Western Australia, unfortunatley quite a few were shot on Olympus 4/3 camera whilst the later ones are from a Canon full frame. What I want to do is upscale the 4/3 images to the same width as the full frame images so that I can use them in a sequence. For the life of me I cannot figure out the way to do it, I have looked at and tried some programs but they only offer 76dpi resolution others only accept images less than 5mb. The Olympus images are about 13mb each whilst the Canon are approv 20mb each. I'm using Windows so Mac solutions will not help! Any help will be greatly appreciated. John
  13. Have just watched all that you uploaded very impressive and thank you for sharing your sequences. John
  14. Very impressive you are lucky to live in such a fantastic area, unfortunately here in WA we don't have the beautiful mountain scenery. I quite agree with you about equipment, technique and care go a long way towards making good images! John
  15. Very well presented and quite emotive. I was especially touched by the image of the two children by the wreaths, makes one wonder what is their connection to it all. John
  16. Liked this a lot, looks a great area to visit but unfortunately a bit far from Western Australia! For me I would have liked the changes between locations to be just a little slower john
  17. Hello Dan Sorry not to have replied earlier, have been in hospital for 5days. The Nikon 8000 is virtually identical to the 9000 they both use the same film slide holders and the 8000 scans 6x6 and 6x9 fortunately I have been able to get all of the film adapters available including the rotating glass holder which has Hasselblad XPan masks included. My system is Windows 10 X64 and Vuescan / Nikon work perfectly. I keep on looking at the Nikon 9000 but the prices are very high when they appear here in Australia. Mine is connected by Firewire I installed a pci firewire card in the main PC and have the Nikon and an Epson perfection flatbed permanently connected John
  18. Dan Thanks for your kind reply. I use a Nikon as well, mine is 8000 ED and Vuescan. I also have got Silverfast which I will get to try sometime. regards John
  19. Dan I think that your "mountains" sequence is absolutely superb in the presentation and quality! When I was a bit younger Used my Rollei 6008 plus lenses along with a Leica R7 plus lenses on holidays in Switzerland, however I don't think I could carry that much now! A question if I may. What scanner and software do you use? Regards John
  20. Beautifully presented and produced. I like the way that you presented the square format images excellent quality! John
  21. A great improvement compared to the original. John
  22. Beautifully presented and very enjoyable, I think that the gentle pace of the show is perfect for your images. If you can lose the black borders at the beginning the show will be even better. Well done. john
  23. I have not heard of St Odile so this was interesting for me. I like the presentation and appreciate what you tried to convey with video clips but for me the quality was not good enough to blend with the still images. Also I would have liked to see more of the outside of the monastery when you reached the top! Please do accept that the above comments are meant to be helpful and not negative about your sequence. Regards John
  24. Very impressive and most enjoyable brings back memories of winter when growing up in the UK! Today here in Perth WA it hit 40 C, I wish it would snow. John
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