Tag Archives: Workflow

An update from the Photosmith folks

I have long been a fan of Photosmith for iPad. It is a super solution for mobile workflow. But I need to share something with you: I was “that close” to dumping them when I had major issues syncing with … Continue reading

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On workflow and backups

It has been a while since I wanted to talk about my backup strategy as a photographer. And I read a couple of articles this week that finally prompted me to share some thoughts about it. This piece by Scott Hanselman … Continue reading

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Photosmith 2.0 Review

I consider myself an early adopter of Photosmith. Not that I had access to a beta version or anything like that. No, it is just because I have been blogging about this iPad app for quite a while. It actually … Continue reading

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3 iPad Solutions for Travel Photography

I have often written about how I use my iPad as a photographer’s mobile tool. One of the most popular story on my blog is this user review of the Hyperdrive which I have used last year on my trip to … Continue reading

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Understanding the Lightroom Catalog and File Management System

Digital Photography School has this excellent tutorial on Lightroom catalog management. This tutorial has been transcribed from the SLR Lounge Lightrom 4 DVD, a 14 hour A – Z video tutorial guide on mastering Lightroom 4 including over 6 hours … Continue reading

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Syncing capture date and time across multiple cameras with Lightroom

I have 1,754 pictures from our wedding last August. From 9 different cameras. That none of them have the same time set on their clock is expected. That some of them are still set at the year 2001 is not … Continue reading

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Photosmith to support Eye-Fi

Normally, I do not miss a single blog post from the folks developing my favorite iPad  app: Phtosmith. Butobviously I missed this one: Photosmith is to support Eye-Fi cards natively. Now you are talking!

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