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location St Louis, MO
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I am a Father, a .NET Developer with 12 years experience, an amateur photographer, and I have a passion for the guitar.


Feb
15
comment Action for processing a RAW file with smart object
You're very welcome.
Feb
13
comment Action for processing a RAW file with smart object
I wouldn't worry so much about learning a new bit of software. I think it would be easier to learn Lightroom than really figure out Photoshop batch processing. Everything in Lightroom is pretty much a slider, and there's a "Sync" button to apply whatever changes you want across as many files as you want. It's really pretty simple. The only caveat is while you can clone out small things like blemishes, you would still have to go to Photoshop proper to do heavy pixel manipulation (swapping heads out, removing backgrounds, etc).
Feb
13
comment Action for processing a RAW file with smart object
For photoshop, it will not ever touch your RAW file, so if you open an image in ACR and then make it a smart doc, it will ultimately produce a converted psd file. Some things like color temperature will be baked in. From there any additional editing will be non-destructive with that smart object. And you can export to jpeg from there. Lightroom works differently, it also does not touch your raw files, but it doesn't produce any other files until you export to jpeg or whatever. All settings are stored in a catalog file, which sort of looks a little like bridge I guess.
Feb
13
answered Action for processing a RAW file with smart object
Jan
28
answered What laptop specs are important for intensive image editing work?
Jan
21
answered What makes a photograph “fine art”?
Jan
17
comment I'm a Designer and Programmer who wants to create some software for photographers
I host on flickr and share to facebook or twitter or my personal (rarely updated) wordpress blog.
Jan
17
comment I'm a Designer and Programmer who wants to create some software for photographers
Doesn't Lightroom already have a web gallery feature? Perhaps you could make some themes that extend that?
Jan
16
revised How should I set up my studio to take sharp portraits without shadows with two white umbrellas and one silver umbrella?
Spelling in title
Jan
16
suggested suggested edit on How should I set up my studio to take sharp portraits without shadows with two white umbrellas and one silver umbrella?
Jan
10
answered Can an “Emotional Need” for a camera be justified?
Jan
9
comment How do I change settings on the fly without missing my shots?
#3 Helps a lot here, the better the layout, the easier it is to use on the fly.
Jan
9
comment How can I approximate 'soft focus' digitally?
Mostly depth of field, but if you dial it in right, it can provide a smoother effect. I interpreted the question as 'how to I achieve a convincing shallow depth of field digitally', rather than 'how to I emulate the effect of a soft focus lens'. So I suppose my answer could be more or less helpful based on the original poster's intention.
Jan
9
awarded  Custodian
Jan
9
reviewed No Action Needed Are there any reasons to use film cameras anymore?
Jan
9
answered How can I approximate 'soft focus' digitally?
Jan
8
awarded  Civic Duty
Jan
8
comment Why is there glow around lights in every photo shot with my Canon EF 28-70mm f/2.8 L USM Lens?
Maybe condensation/fog on the front or rear elements?
Jan
3
revised Which is more efficient when shooting weddings: interpolating sRAW or shooting in jpeg?
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Dec
28
answered Which is more efficient when shooting weddings: interpolating sRAW or shooting in jpeg?