When are you done with editing, where do you stop? This podcast talks all about finding those boundaries:
Hey guys here’s the third video in the series about histograms — if you need an overview about what the heck a histogram even is, go back to the first video and start there, then meet me back here in a little bit.
Hey guys thanks for joining me! This is a video about Histograms (Part 2)
I’ve heard this question over and over again…”What is a histogram?” or “How do I know I’m exposing right in camera?”
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I had been told by a handful of photographers to try to use Photo Mechanic to speed up our culling of images, and for a while I just brushed them off, because I was happy with Lightroom, and I had figured out how to render 1:1 images, so I could fly through images pretty fast. Also, Photo Mechanic was pretty expensive (or at least that’s how I saw it then) and I wasn’t trying to spend extra money.