Episode 36: Photographing with Constraints
In this episode of PhotoActive, we have some specific ideas about photographing with constraints. Whether you’re looking to expand your knowledge of individual shooting features (such as aperture or shutter speed) or get out of a creative rut, imposing constraints on yourself can actually turn out to be a freeing exercise.
Gentlemen Coders RAW Power 2 lets you process raw files on your Mac with full control over Apple’s raw engine, offering features previously available only in Aperture. It has exceptional highlight recovery, as well as noise reduction, capture sharpening, gamut mapping, and more. RAW Power also works with JPEGs, TIFFs, and other standard image formats. RAW Power 2 runs as an extension in Apple Photos or as a standalone app. RAW Power 2 for iOS is a full photo library app that offers the same features, and works with your existing Photos library. Learn more at rawpower.app.
Production Note: We’ve decided to change the frequency of episode releases to fortnightly (every two weeks) due to current commitments we both have.
In the Real World, the William Eggleston documentary
- Jeff: Using iOS Shortcuts to Import Photos into Lightroom CC Mobile
- Kirk: Bright Black World, by Todd Hido
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