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Working on images after they have been shot.
My Lightroom Workflow
This is how I use Adobe Lightroom. There's a gazillion ways of doing it, but I have settled on my personal way.
Real men don't backup
Well, let me be honest: I'm not a real man. I back up my photos and files to an OCD like extent. And you should do the same.
Exporting photos for the web
If your photos are going on the web, there are several things you can do to get small files, yet decent image quality
Why digital is better than film
I keep reading these articles from film photographers about why film is MUCH better than digital. Pardon my French, but BS!
Film does not make you better
Shooting film is not the rite of passage to becoming a "real" photographer!
I shoot RAW for the future
There is an ongoing and almost eternal debate on the net about JPG versus RAW. I don't take part in it. I just shoot RAW and here is why.
I use Photoshop
I have used the world's leading photo-editing program for as a long as I can remember.
When Dust Matters
The dust problem is one of my main "exaggerated problems" with DSLR's. Judging from the online debates, many camera owners do nothing but shoot white walls at f22 in the pursuit of dust.
Updated: B/W images can be stunning, and converting digital color images to B/W can produce some surprisingly good results – provided you do it the right way.
RAW or JPG?
Should you shoot in RAW- or JPG-format? Or TIFF? Or something completely different?
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