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Tag Archives: RAW format
RAW format is the best choice for image capture. JPEG format is the best choice for image distribution
Unsure why you should shoot RAW format images?
Don’t know how to process a RAW file on your computer?
I have the answer for you. On Thursday night (11/1) I will be presenting my RAW WORKFLOW WORKSHOP that will introduce you to the advantages for using the RAW format in your image capture. In this class we will cover the procedures and techniques you can use in your post production to use those advantages in your digital photography.
We will be primarily using Adobe Lightroom to show how to process RAW images and we will review the similar features in Adobe Bridge Camera Raw. In Lightroom we are working primarily in the Library and Develop modules and this workshop is a good introduction to this productive tool for digital photographers.
Topics include a review of digital asset management (DAM),and then will move in photo editing techniques (white balance, exposure. tonal correction, etc..). The aim is to introduce the digital photographer to a systematic approach to post-production of their RAW format captures.
RAW image conversion to the DNG format will be covered. I will explain the value of using the DNG format that has been introduced by Adobe. In my client photography I have found this a very useful option and I think it will ultimately become the industry standard for a universal RAW format. For a good explanation of the DNG format and some of the future capabilities that Lightroom will have to work in this format check out this article on CNET ” Revamped DNG format shows new Lightroom possibilities”
The RAW WORKFLOW WORKSHOP is one of a series of digital photography classes that I present. This program of photography education includes class sessions at my Nashua, NH studio and in locations throughout New England along with photography tours. The photography tours single to multi-day workshops at great locations for photography. Recent photo tours include Quebec, the Bronx Zoo, the Isle of Shoals, and the summit of Mt. Washington. On President’s Day weekend (Feb. 16-18, 2013) I will be hosting a Photography Weekend in Times Square, presented with our travel partner NH Tours. For more information on these photo workshops contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org