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Image Capture lets you a pick an app (or no app) to open when a device or Memory Card is attached to your Mac. In Terminal enter: defaults -currentHost write com.apple.ImageCapture disableHotPlug -bool YES
Updated: July 25, 2015 Yesterday the winners of the CLIC show were announced. I was honoured to receive 1st place for the Monochrome and Alternate Reality Categories and second place in the Colour Category.
Sometimes its helpful to make an exact duplicate of a file in LR – most commonly to start a new variation of an image. LR is designed to prevent duplicates (normally thats a good thing) but every now and then its helpful to create a duplicate. The easiest method is to Export the image to another directory – preferably one already established into LR. LR then automatically imports the image into the catalogue with any adjustments as per the original. […]
I found this site which was recommended by Chris Orwig. It deals with Digital Asset Management for Photographers. http://www.dpbestflow.org/
I was asked to prepare a set of articles for the Northumberland Photography Club – ON. I entitled the series: Save, Find, Edit, Output These articles will discuss how to organize files so that you can find them again, deal with backup and recovery so images are not forever lost, basic editing workflow and finally preparing for output, including colour management. Let’s start with the first step: saving those image files. When doing so, there really is no ‘best […]
Everyone had a ball at the Ganaraska river, Port Hope – 2010 event “Float your Fanny down the Ganny”. I went with the Northumberland Photography Club and shot these pictures.
In order to determine how sharp a new lens is before purchasing or to compare the sharpness of different lenses, you can use an MTF (Modulation Transfer Function) chart provided by lens manufacturers. Here is how to read an MTF chart. Note, this is a full explanation, a shorter version was published in the Northumberland Photography Club March Newsletter.