Posts Tagged ‘DNG’

Photo Myths

Posted by Robert Edwards on October 28, 2019 in Blog |

Maybe that title should be “photography misunderstandings“. Digital photography gave us more opportunities, freedom and power. As with any superpower it comes with great responsibility. Assumptions can lead to the spread of misinformation. In that vein, if what follows has any errors please let me know on LinkedIn.   Opening A JPEG In Photoshop Recompresses […]

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Brave New World

Posted by Robert Edwards on February 28, 2019 in Blog |

Last month I wrote about the 15th anniversary of the Australian Professional Digital Imaging Guidelines (APDIG). Each of my co-authors had their own reasons for volunteering to create the guidelines. For me, the obsession with digital standards began in the late 1990s. Digital vs Film When I approached existing commercial photography clients about using digital […]

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Free Digital Asset Management

Posted by Robert Edwards on July 26, 2017 in Blog |

As a corporate photographer with experience in Digital Asset Management clients sometimes ask me what I suggest for their business. Bynder Orbital is a new freemium Digital Asset Management (DAM) application launching soon. Think of it as Dropbox for DAM. Here’s a 60 second video explaining Bynder Orbital: Bynder Orbit is a ‘Software as a […]

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Digitising Photos with Your Camera

Posted by Robert Edwards on May 28, 2017 in Blog |

Everyone has a cache of photos, slides and negatives tucked away somewhere. They might be your images, family photos from your parents, or a film archive from your company. They all hold great value whether personal, sentimental or a business asset. It can seem like a huge responsibility: What are you going to do with […]

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OpenRAW 10 Years

Posted by Robert Edwards on March 10, 2015 in Blog |

Imagine if you were no longer able to look at your family albums. Or some of Ansel Adams images began to disappear. And the news photos that recorded the history of humanity were lost. D1scussion was a mailing list by Juergen Specht for professional Nikon users. In early 2005 the list saw a growing concern […]

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Photography Standards: ISO Technical Committee 42

Posted by Robert Edwards on February 27, 2013 in Blog |

In March I was invited to join an ISO meeting on photographic standards. Convened by Standards Australia who is this country’s representative for ISO, attendees included key stakeholders from the photographic industry: manufacturers, distributors, government, consumers, technicians, scientists, and the end users – us photographers. The outcome is that Australia now has a Mirror Committee […]

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Adobe Camera Raw Updates

Posted by Robert Edwards on October 6, 2012 in Blog |

Adobe have released Adobe Camera Raw 7.2 and Lightroom 4.2 that add more camera and lens support as well general bug fixes. The DNG 1.4 spec has also been updated. Adobe DNG is designed as a safer alternative to preserving camera raw files as it’s documented and can be licensed by third party vendors much […]

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Free Adobe Lightroom Workflow course

Posted by Robert Edwards on December 13, 2011 in Blog |

Peter Krogh posted a link to his excellent Adobe Lightroom course available free online (thanks to World Press Photo funding): http://shutha.org/lightroom_workflow_lesson_plan

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Lightroom 3.4.1 and ACR 6.4.1 update

Posted by Robert Edwards on May 25, 2011 in Blog |

Adobe have released updates to their raw image processing applications Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw. As well as adding more camera support this release fixes several bugs. The main bug had the potential to corrupt JPEG images if they contained a large amount of metadata as explained here by Tom Hogarty. Download ACR & DNG […]

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Workflow

Posted by Robert Edwards on November 15, 2010 in Blog |

Adobe commissioned Robert Edwards to write a whitepaper on Raw Workflow using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. If you’re serious about photography, you own Adobe Photoshop Creative Suite. It can do amazing things with images even if most of us only scratch the surface of its capabilities. Combine Adobe Photoshop with the visual Adobe Bridge media manager, […]

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