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Presentation for Co-workers about my process and influences as well as workflow.

Presentation for Co-workers about my process and influences as well as workflow.

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  • A Photographic Process Bryan Whitson
  • Henri Cartier-Bresson
  • Robert Frank
  • Lee Friedlander
  • William Eggleston
  • Other Favorites Alfred Steigletz Cindy Sherman Timothy O’Sullivan Nan Goldin Walker Evens Annie Leibovitz Minor White William Christenberry Garry Winogrand Thomas Ruff Hiroshi Sugimoto Thomas Struth Uta Barth Lewis Baltz Gregory Crewdson Robert Adams Adam Fuss Allen Ginsberg Chuck Close Ed Ruscha Robert Capa
  • Camera
  • Computer
  • Print
  • RAW vs. JPEG
  • RAW files RAW files are the information captured by the camera’s censor. Pros Cons • All camera data • Large file size • Conrol over the conversion • Less fit on a memory card • 12 or 14 bit • Need RAW plugins or software • Revert without degrading the file. • Require post production • Lossless compression • Propriatary formats
  • JPEG JPEGS are an image file created in the camera. Pros Cons • Viewable directly from the camera • Lossy compression • Small file size • Low bit rate • More fit on memory cards • Has less dynamic range • Universal file format • Quality depends on the camera • Can be shot at a higher frame rate • Second generation
  • RAW JPEG
  • Whatever works best for you.
  • Lightroom • Import RAW files • Import scanned DNG files • Catalog, manage and organize • Edit shoots • General adjustments • Light retouching • Rotate and crop • Resize and export • Export directly to Flickr and Facebook • Export for Photoshop
  • Photoshop • Selective and more extensive edits • Add treatments, effects or filters • Print final files
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