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Article: Updating Raw Process Versions

Have you ever opened an old raw image file and been confronted with an alert or warning badge? Over at Lynda.com, I explain what’s going on: Editing Old Photos Files? Update to Latest Raw Process. Likely the raw image was saved with an older raw process version—the algorithms that translate the raw image information into ...


Raw vs JPEG in Photoshop, a Practical View

While I was traveling last week, Lynda.com published an article of mine that looks at the (digital) age-old question of whether to shoot in Raw or JPEG format. Often this topic is pitched as a fight, and because photographers on the Internet are photographers on the Internet, people draw battle lines and argue. The reality, ...


Photographer Etiquette Article at Lynda.com

When you’re shooting on location and someone stumbles into your frame, what’s the proper etiquette for dealing with the situation? In my latest article at Lynda.com, I offer a few guidelines and suggestions: Photographer Etiquette: Shooting on Location.


Part 3 of iPad Photography in the Field: Rate, Tag, and Export Photos

The third and last article in my iPad Photography in the Field series at Lynda.com is now up! It’s an extra long entry that covers how to use the iPad to sort your good photos from the not-so-good ones. It also explains how to apply essential metadata like keywords and IPTC information to your photos ...


Part 2 of iPad Photography in the Field: Review Photos on Location

The second article in my series at Lynda.com about using an iPad in the field for photography is now posted. (You can read the Part 1 here.) This one takes us out into the field itself, where I discuss the advantages and the how-to of reviewing photos on location. I talk about using the Apple ...


New Article: iPad Photography in the Field, Part 1

I have a new article up at Lynda.com, the first in a series of “iPad Photography in the Field” pieces that takes you on location to see how an iPad is useful for photographers. Part 1, “Prepare for Adventure,” is all about the preparation: Using an iPad (and/or iPhone) to scout photo locations, plan ahead, ...