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comment Is Lightroom 4 quicker if I use a separate catalog per image folder?
If you go with an extra drive, it might be worth your money to buy an SSD rather than a regular hard disk -- they can much faster on random access, which is what the catalog is doing much of the time.
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comment What quality to choose when converting to JPG?
Quality is different in different software; can you add some of that context to your answer?
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comment What quality to choose when converting to JPG?
This depends on the software you're using (e.g., the Lightroom recommendations in jrista's answer aren't the same in other apps); what is your workflow?
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comment What is so special about ISO 1600?
@Rob, this stuff is logarithmic, so the differences there are the same.
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revised What attributes should I look for when buying batteries for a flash?
re-add nimh tag per comments
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comment What are some reasons to not display EXIF data when sharing photos online?
I wonder if you could add some numbers to support your "considerably lighter" assertion.
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comment What are important considerations when purchasing a zoom lens?
@Francesco, my apologies in that case.
Sep
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comment What are important considerations when purchasing a zoom lens?
@Francesco, I'm not sure how you propose copying the bulk of Thom Hogan's site into an answer. The entire value of this answer is "here is a good resource to look at". Did you even follow the link? Please downvote thoughtfully rather than reflexively.
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comment How can I export TIFF images to JPEG with no adjustments, using Lightroom?
@Dan, for example in raw there is a default camera profile which among other things fiddles with the curves (or something like that -- I'm not near my computer to check).
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