Chris discusses the own-backyard-syndrome – is the grass on the other side really greener? Jim tries to find a good way to switch from Apple Photos to Adobe Lightroom and we take a closer look at Getty Images who lately seem to have gotten into a little bit of trouble.
Let’s review Ravsitar the Release Pixie’s TFTTF Slack May Photo Challenge – aka RRPTSMPC. Bill wants to import his old photos into Lightroom while creating a date-based folder structure, Joe wonders about low-budget professional photography and prompts Chris to get on one of his major soapboxes – don’t miss this 😉
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On this episode: Wilson asks about the 2-3 most essential Lightroom functions, Kade is a binge listener and and makes us better photographers with a toy camera, Casey wonders about printing without intermediate files and Brian tries to find a way to compare the pictures from his camera with the RAW versions.
Georgia wants to start her own video blog and Chris draws the parallels between photography and audio and video. Tsvika tries to merge multiple Lightroom catalogs into one, Wayne has a photo workflow question and wants to find out where to flag his pictures best and last but not least, Mark likes petroglyps a lot more when they are viewed through his polarizing sunglasses and not so much when he looks at the photos his camera took of them.
Chris answers a question from Buenos Aires: how to use workflow and stacks to link old PSD and scanned TIFF files together in Lightroom. In part 2 of the interview with New York photographers Richard and Jacob Hutchings, you’ll also find out if it’s a good idea for a photographer to enter a tiger cage with Gunther Gebel Williams.