Raw vs Jpeg
We always shoot in Raw. Yes it is a larger format but it stores all the information and with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom we can optimize and customize every image. In addition, we are able to export the file as a Digital Negative (DNG) and other popular formats such as TIFF and JPEG.
Depth of field
For the geeks like me – The Nikon D3s – What the pros use.
Play time with Simulators:
Be prepare to discuss ISO, Shutter Speed, and Aperture on Monday. We will also be out to experiment with the various settings and start with our first project and theme. In addition, I will review uploading images and organizing your catalog.
I looked through a number of worksheets from last day and frankly – I think many of you can do better. Like I said, it was not a test and you can collaborate and discuss with other students. That said, students should not be handing in worksheets with blanks. That to me is a lack of effort. On a different note, there were some very good submission and many of you made a great effort. Congrats!