This week we invite Stephen Miller from our Facebook Group to join Tim and Mike in a round table discussion about lens diffraction, high megapixel cameras and various other topics.
Blake Rudis from everydayhdr.com shares his Ansel Adams inspired Zone Editing system. The Zone System breaks the image into 11 "zone" layers for easy manipulation.
Matt returns to jpeg2RAW, this time to walk us through editing images in OnOne's Perfect Photo Suite. If you don't like the subscription model Adobe is doing or just looking for an alternative, OnOne's Perfect Photo Suite may be for you.
Each month, jpeg2RAW holds a Photo Contest or Photo Challenge. The purpose of these contest/challenges is to encourage people to get out and shoot and to seek continued improvement. Anyone can enter, but you do have to follow a few rules:
Mike does something he has never done before, something he never thought he would do. Clean the sensor in his camera!CAUTION: Mike didn't follow the direction and could have damaged his sensor. Read the directions and clean at your own risk!
We all know how important it to have a proper backup plan for your images. Yet, every month I hear of some photographer who has lost images and didn’t have them backed up. There really is no excuse any more to not having a proper backup plan. In this episode, Mike walks us through his process of backing up his data.
We have talked about Copyrights before on the show, but this time we have an expert. Rachel Brenke, aka “The Lawtog”, makes her SIXTH appearance on jpeg2RAW. Rachel discusses Copyrights basics and reviews my handling of a recent copyright issue.
Victoria Bampton earned the name “Lightroom Queen” from fellow forum members because of her vast knowledge of Lightroom and her willingness to help others. Now in her very first podcast appearance, Victoria comes to jpeg2RAW to share some of this knowledge and discuss what’s new in Lightroom 6.
Luminosity masking is a great method for editing the tones within an image. Greg Benz decided to take it to another level, learned a programming language and wrote a Photoshop Extension called "Lumenzia".