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01-22-2017, 08:29 AM   #256
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QuoteOriginally posted by house Quote
Pinholecam you can use camera profiles (natural, bright, landscape etc.) from. Adobe software if you want settings similar to sooc or pcdu to base further tweaks on. I think those settings are provided by Pentax. Atleast the results are similar. You've found the lens profiles the camera ones are located nearby.

Those that don't use/pay for Adobe products can download trial versions and get the profiles from there.
Do you mean you can use them within Lt without having to export to the other programs? Thanks for the tip.

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QuoteOriginally posted by house Quote
Pinholecam you can use camera profiles (natural, bright, landscape etc.) from. Adobe software if you want settings similar to sooc or pcdu to base further tweaks on. I think those settings are provided by Pentax. Atleast the results are similar. You've found the lens profiles the camera ones are located nearby.

Those that don't use/pay for Adobe products can download trial versions and get the profiles from there.

Thanks for the tip, I can't find the file yet for the K1 though under the "CameraProfiles" folder, I did find the ones for K10, K20, K7 (might have got to the wrong one).
I'd do more digging around to see where the K1 profile is in the LR directory.







Another try from the same day and another vantage point.


Processed with RawTherapee64 4.2.1344 that supports beta version of pixel shift

Samyang 14/2.8 user created lens profile (not ideal, but better than nothing)

This time, I wanted to see where it all goes with output sharpening added in to bring up everything.
Added a touch of sharpening in NikEfex Sharpener to see how it all adds up in terms of boosting details from a Pixel Shift file.
Just a rather 'blunt sword' application of the sharpening on what I think are low settings, so no zone/brush specific sharpening and masking.

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Taken with the K28/3.5 which is one of the sharpest legacy 28mm (for f8-f11 work) out there for a cheap price.


Unfortunately, RT does not recover highlights too well (or at least I don't know how to), so layered the same image done in LR which has amazing highlight recovery in comparison.


Processed with RawTherapee64 4.2.1344 that supports beta version of pixel shift

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k-1 + 31 limited + polarizing filter + pixel shift , processed in capture one 9


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I am often not excited by examples of pixel shift on the web but this photo is lovely. Great colors and clarity.
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QuoteOriginally posted by rondoudou87 Quote
k-1 + 31 limited + polarizing filter + pixel shift , processed in capture one 9
Have you seen the pixelshift software "competition" at pixls.us? Would be interesting to see how capture one fares.

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Thanks for the tip, I can't find the file yet for the K1 though under the "CameraProfiles" folder, I did find the ones for K10, K20, K7 (might have got to the wrong one).
It's probably your version of LR not being new enough. I've heard that you can get a recent (trial) version of Adobe Camera Raw or Adobe Lens Profile Downloader from adobe.com and get the K1 profiles from there. The following files definately exist in new versions.

  • Pentax K-1 Camera Bright.dcp
  • Pentax K-1 Camera Portrait.dcp
  • Pentax K-1 Camera Landscape.dcp
  • Pentax K-1 Camera Vibrant.dcp
  • Pentax K-1 Camera Natural.dcp
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QuoteOriginally posted by house Quote
Have you seen the pixelshift software "competition" at pixls.us? Would be interesting to see how capture one fares.

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It's probably your version of LR not being new enough. I've heard that you can get a recent (trial) version of Adobe Camera Raw or Adobe Lens Profile Downloader from adobe.com and get the K1 profiles from there. The following files definately exist in new versions.

  • Pentax K-1 Camera Bright.dcp
  • Pentax K-1 Camera Portrait.dcp
  • Pentax K-1 Camera Landscape.dcp
  • Pentax K-1 Camera Vibrant.dcp
  • Pentax K-1 Camera Natural.dcp

Found the profiles, though I don't seem to see that the image 'changes' when I select the profile.

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K1+K28/3.5

Has anyone noticed if a 10stop ND affects the sharpness that can be achieved with pixel shift?
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You need to tick the tone curve and look table boxes under the selection box for the profile. I leave baseline exposure unticked as there's always highlights to recover...

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QuoteOriginally posted by pinholecam Quote
Found the profiles, though I don't seem to see that the image 'changes' when I select the profile.

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K1+K28/3.5

Has anyone noticed if a 10stop ND affects the sharpness that can be achieved with pixel shift?
A ten stop will almost always result in a >30s exposure meaning you can't use pixel shift with it. And if not, it would almost certainly affect the sharpness, it's an extra piece of glass/resin in the way. My Lee 10 stop certainly affects picture sharpness to some degree. More expensive ones like the Singh-Ray mor-slo might affect the sharpness less.
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Clock Motor, main spring removed. PS image stack from OOC JPGs.


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Here are two images with the DFA 24-70 and pixel shift...



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20/3,5 Voigtlander.... up real close for this one....


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Something taken during Christmas but left in the processing queue till now.

K1+Samyang 14/2.8



This would be a challenging scene previously for the pixel shift RAW processor (like PDCU).
Movement in people, TV screen, tree leaves, slight movements, big movements, all work to confuse the PDCU algo on what to mask off as movement.

RT seems to handle them all very well to be almost negligible in effort dealing with the file.
To me, its almost a paradigm shift in pixel shift usability, from something that needed layer work to almost just churning out the RAW from the Raw Processor just like any other file.


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QuoteOriginally posted by noelpolar Quote
20/3,5 Voigtlander.... up real close for this one....


Voigtlander 20/3.5
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What a picture !

It's like my eyes dont have enough resolution to see all glorious details
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QuoteOriginally posted by noelpolar Quote
20/3,5 Voigtlander.... up real close for this one....


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Wow.. how did you go so close with a CV20...

Nice macro shot!
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