Monthly Archives: January 2013

EXERCISE: Your own Workflow 1

Having been a little side tracked looking at Workflow and In Camera Colour Management, it is time to concentrate on my first exercise. “Devise and then put into practice a workflow that suits you personally for a specific short assignment, … Continue reading

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In Camera Colour Management

I really cannot justify moving on here until I have had a quick look at ‘In Camera Colour Management’.  In all of the articles and chapters I have read on Workflow, the same workflow point keeps arising and that is … Continue reading

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Workflow

I know that I said I would be looking at RAW next, but as we already have our first exercise to conduct, and wanting to keep in the flow of my thoughts, I am going to dig a little deeper … Continue reading

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The Mechanics of Photography

After a debate with a good friend at the weekend, he forwarded me the following quotation, which after mentioning that taking photographs was the mechanical part of a digital workflow, I felt it fitting to include the details here … … Continue reading

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PROJECT: A SEQUENCE OF ACTIONS

In this first part of the course we will be looking at the ideas surrounding workflow, which is a relatively new concept to photography, but something that is becoming increasingly necessary in our now digital age. Workflow is not a … Continue reading

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