Posts Tagged ‘Tutorial’

10 Common Mistakes in DAM Workflow

Posted by Robert Edwards on December 6, 2013 in Blog |

Capturetree.com have posted my article, “10 Common Mistakes in DAM Workflow”: Digital Asset Management (DAM) is an often-misunderstood term especially for creatives. It’s not keywords, it’s not backups, it’s not a file browser. But it does cover all of those things. For photographers DAM is how we handle our digital images. Click here to continue reading.

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New Year’s Resolution

Posted by Robert Edwards on September 21, 2013 in Blog |

“I need a high res file” High and low resolution are terms oft used to describe what you need from an image. But what does does “high res” actually mean, and how is it measured? Resolution is best specified in pixel dimensions. An example of a high resolution file would be 3200 x 5000 pixels […]

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Why you need a professional photographer

Posted by Robert Edwards on May 25, 2013 in Blog |

Marissa Mayer the CEO at Yahoo has since backtracked on her comment that “…there is no such thing really as professional photographers” but it has already started an avalanche of criticism. Photoshelter CEO Andrew Fingerman points out twelve traits that make a photographer professional here. They’ve also added Pricing Your Work: Corporate & Industrial Photography to […]

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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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