One of these days I took my newly acquired SMCP K 50/1.2 lens for a walk during the daylight. Here is one of the shots that illustrates the bokeh and general rendering. The polar filter was used in order to enable use of wider aperture.
When my SMCP FA 43/1.9 Limited lens broke last November or so, I became rather obsessed with 50/1.2 lenses. There are two - SMCP K 50/1.2 and SMCP A 50/1.2. The former is purely mechanical, the latter enables for matrix metering, etc.
LightRoom (starting from 1.3 as it seems) uses ACR Cache directory for its, well, cache. Those of us who don't have Photoshop CS3 are in fact unable to change the settings of this cache directory easily.
Here is what I found (Windows XP):
1. The cache itself is in: C:\Documents and Settings\<your acct name>\Local Settings\Application Data\Adobe\CameraRaw\Cache by default.
2. You can delete the files from there as you see fit. Though of course it is better if LR is not running when you do so.
3. There is a file called index.dat in this directory. If you make this file read-only, you will effectively disable the caching all together.
4. However you can do better than this. You can add the following two lines to the file: C:\Documents and Settings\<your acct name>\Application Data\Adobe\CameraRaw\Defaults\Preferences.xmp:
Boris Liberman is my name and I am a software engineer. You know, like that Dilbert fellow. I don't think I have any specific shooting preference, though I like to shoot nature, street life and I like to travel.
Greetings and welcome to my modest corner of the world wide web.
English is not my native language. Therefore if you spot a spelling mistake, an occurrence of wrong grammar, stylistics, etc, please let me know. I'd like to keep my blog tidy in that respect.