What happens to all those photographs that we have taken? How do we find those images that we took maybe a year or two years ago, to have another go at processing them? I never delete any photograph, good or bad, they can be found on my RAW file drive or on its backup. In … Continue reading Logical filing is important
Now that I have finally got back up to date with my processing after falling nearly two years behind because of the course with the Open College of the Arts, printing for the gallery and preparing for the RPS distinction, I thought I would sort out any anomalies in my Lightroom catalog. It was whilst … Continue reading Delving into the past.
I decided to bite the bullet a couple of days ago and subscribe to the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan. What that means is that for the sum of £8.95 per month, I get the use of Lightroom and Photoshop CC. I went to Adobe, logged on with my Adobe ID (I already had one), … Continue reading Adobe Creative Cloud for photographers
I’m sitting here at my desk currently going through RAW images that I took in June 2014 and wondering why on earth I took them. I know at the time I saw something that I thought was worthwhile recording and then working on, but looking at some of them now I can’t for the life … Continue reading Why did I take that photograph?
Since I came back from my trip to Scotland, I have not had the chance to process any of the images. I have a workflow that I like to stick to and that includes working my way through each shoot in chronological order. This is just the way I prefer to approach my processing. However … Continue reading Your own vision
I started using Lightroom from version 1, and since that time I have always used multiple catalogs. By that I mean that I started a new catalog for each new year. Each of these years' containing all that particular period’s images were on a separate external hard drive and backed up to another hard drive. … Continue reading Organising Lightroom Catalogs
We have finished decorating the study in our house, and my wife is looking for a collection of landscape format prints to group in a series of four on one of the walls. The problem is, which images to choose? All of my images are held in Lightroom databases. Each year I start a new … Continue reading Finding my images
Adobe have announced that there will be no software upgrades or new Creative Suite software after the present CS6. Instead users will have to pay a monthly (or yearly) subscription in order to use the programs on the Adobe Creative Cloud. Once downloaded and installed the program will check and authorise the users subscription every … Continue reading Adobe Creative Cloud