tfttf397 – Focus Ring – Part 5 of 5

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Join the Photocast Network members as they discuss photography from many angles. Participants in the discussion are: John Arnold, Benoit Marchal, Martin Bailey and of course Yours truly.

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tfttf389 video – Photo Day 2009 – Frederick van Johnson 3/3

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Here’s the last part of Chris discussing Lightroom with Frederick van Johnson.

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tfttf387 video – Photo Day 2009 – Frederick van Johnson 2/3

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Part two of the Lightroom discussion between Frederick van Johnson and Chris.

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tfttf385 video – Photo Day 2009 – Frederick van Johnson 1/3

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Join Chris as he discusses Lightroom with Frederick van Johnson. Frederick is a professional photographer and host the “This Week in Photography” podcast.

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My Lightroom Workflow pt. 6 – Independent Development

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After receiving a ton of great feedback on the last article in this Lightroom Workflow series, I decided to take some time over the weekend and quickly go over one more important piece in the puzzle: ISO/camera dependent development settings.

lrprefs.jpgWhy would you want to do such a thing? Simple. Let’s say you’re totally happy how Lightroom treats the pictures from your camera on all ISO levels up to 800, but starting from ISO 1600 you need that slight tad more noise reduction on all images. But just up there, all other images should be left alone. Or imagine you have two cameras, a DSLR and a point-and-shoot, and you import pictures from both cameras into Lightroom, but they both have very different noise characteristics, so you want to treat their respective images in a different way.

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