photography post workflow

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  1. mek42

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    If there are any digital photographers here, what is your Linux workflow?

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    DevynCJohnson Well-Known Member Staff Member Staff Writer

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  4. mek42

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    My Windows workflow is:

    Adobe Lightroom to transfer the image from storage to computer, add copyright data to exif (exif is a type of photographic metadata) and catalog the image with keywords. (Other then cataloging, I used to use Nikon Capture for this.)

    Then Adobe Lightroom for adjusting basic stuff about the image, such as white balance and exposure.

    Then Adobe Bridge / ACR / Ps for advanced stuff like pano merging, cleaning that spot from the speck of dirt on my lens, things like that.

    Then back to Lightroom for uploading to Flickr, if desired.

    I don't know how else to explain it without just the example.

    Also, ty for the link, I will check it out!
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    Devyn, the link that arochester provided does a much better job of explaining photographic workflow that I can.
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    DevynCJohnson Well-Known Member Staff Member Staff Writer

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    Okay, now I understand what @arochester means. Thanks!
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    "HDR Photography on Linux | LAS s30e06"

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