I know there are many of you that don’t get Photoshop User Magazine. I also know you know that I think you should be a member of NAPP and getting this magazine as part of your membership. But I’ll save the sermon for another time. The kind folks at Photoshop User Magazine have graciously allowed me to post the PDF version of my latest article, a gift of love to all you non-NAPP folk out there who want to read the article but don’t subscribe. Click HERE for a downloadable PDF version of my article GLOBAL WORKFLOW, an excerpt from the April/May 2009 edition of Photoshop User.
Backup Strategies, Video Podcast
A quick 5-minute video to run you through my personal back-up system. Click the screen capture above to see the medium-sized Vimeo version. If you’d like to download a tiny version for the iPod or iPhone, click HERE. Well, nearly made it through a whole video without the cats interrupting. Not that I mind when […]
Vision-Driven Workflow – Horses Before Carts.
As I continue to develop the concept of Vision Driven Workflow (VDW) – it’s becoming increasingly clear to me that the ability to describe the desired mood of a photograph is key to being able to create or refine that mood in processing. I think developing/refining mood is one of those things that post-production is […]
Getting Organized with Colour Labels
With my Lightroom catalogs getting fatter and fatter and my images beginning to serve several different markets, I finally got around to making use of the colour labels in a way that is more than totally ad-hoc and half-assed. My usual routine is to use the colours simply in place of collections – it’s a […]
Your On-Location Backup Choices
Long-time readers know (and love?) my paranoia. This paranoia is nowhere more evident than when I travel on assignment. I have this weird need to keep my image files safe. This means a laptop with redundant external drives. But what if my laptop dies? Well I have a back-up bootable drive if it’s a simple […]