So far in the digital asset management process, we have created a folder housing your RAW files, created a catalog in Lr, imported the images into the Lr catalog, assigned keywords and ratings/flags on images before editing the actual image even begins. If you missed the three previous blog posts in this series, you can […]

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If you missed Part I and Part II of this series, you can find them here and here. Now that you have transferred your images from your SD/CF card(s) into a designated folder, you now have a location where Lr will always be able to find the RAW images as long as you don’t move […]

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  Last week, I wrote about the importance of digital asset management, if you missed Part I, you can find it here. The digital asset management process starts at the moment of capturing the image. Most DSLRs use microSD, SD, or CF cards. Each time you insert your card in your camera, the first thing  […]

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As photographers, we tend to focus on the art of photography more than anything else especially when it comes to storing our photos. With the advent of digital photography, it is easy to create hundreds of photos during a session. We no longer have the act of changing a roll of film and calculating the […]

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Every professional, at one time or another in their career, will need a professional headshot. Most corporate portraits are pretty formal…an executive in a suit with a neutral backdrop. Lawyers, administrators, and corporate executives require the formal portrait. It can either be done in-studio or a portable studio can be set up at their location. […]

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