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I meant to post this awhile ago. . . another good, free (and easy) alternative for lossless JPEG rotation on Mac OS is with the program Xee.
I rarely shoot JPEG anymore, but that does not mean that I don't have some old JPEG files from back in the day that I'd like to rotate while not loosing quality in the process. It's not like...
Gunder is right though. You need to learn to ski these more aggressively. Proper technique will keep you forward! Work on this and eventually you may not loose anymore sleep over the difference in...
I hear that's a decent program, but it's only available on Windows platform.
What software are those of you that manipulate photos using for lossless JPEG rotation on a Mac? Specifically, I am looking for a good FREE minimalist program.
04-21-2008, 11:28 PM
Good idea. Definitely try both programs before you decide on one versus the other. Honestly, they are both great and each has advantages/disadvantages.
I think what Meathelmet mentioned is true,...
04-19-2008, 09:08 PM
I'll second that one. Get Apple Aperture or you could also try Adobe Lightroom. Both are great for organization within the program and they also make it easy to control exactly where your photos are...
Thanks for the info RootSkier and splat. I now know where my next paycheck is going!
Now I just need to determine if I'm going to mount them with P18's or Dukes!
Looking for some more input on the 179 FAT in the stiff flex. Could someone please chime in?
I want some skis that I can ski on with my weight forward on in the pow without having to worry about...
I have some 103's and they are probably the burliest skis I've had an opportunity to ski.
I would not call them a powder ski (they can handle it alright though, I'll write more on this later in...
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