Developing New Curriculum for Photographic Education
Note: This post is adapted from a paper by the same title originally published in The International Journal of the Book, vol.7, no. 1 Regardless of education or career path the question of how to find an audience eventually becomes … Continue reading
This is v3, but it applies to v5 and up.
Adobe Lightroom is a fairly new and very sophisticated graphics software application that is allowing photographers to manage, optimize, catalogue, display, web view, and print their digital files. At this point it is a perfect complement to other Adobe programs, … Continue reading
Originally a Photoshop file format plug-in, Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) has evolved into an essential tool for processing digital camera Raw image files. Raw processing is versatile and necessary for image quality control, workflow ease, and efficiency. It provides a … Continue reading
Camera Scanning and Raw Software
What’s happening? Only a few years back, most companies stopped making film scanners. The game was up; scanning equipment no longer pulled a profit. The future was in digital capture and the world marched on without looking back. It left … Continue reading
In this article we’ll examine three basic factors related to setting up a home digital darkroom that tend to generate many questions and some debate: Environment, Display, and Photoshop’s Color Settings. Environment The digital darkroom, like the traditional wet darkroom, … Continue reading