Rick & Juan answer your questions / DPE Podcast July 15, 2010

July 15, 2010

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We’ve accumulated lots of questions sent in by you, and since we have not had a chance to record a Q&A session in some time we thought we’d dedicate this entire episode to answering your questions.

Please keep sending those questions our way, Rick and I truly enjoy hearing from you and answering any questions you may have. No question is too basic or too advanced. We promise to do our best, and if we don’t know the answer we’ll find another industry expert to give us a definitive answer.

This is Episode number 16 of the Digital Photo Experience Podcast with Rick Sammon & Juan Pons.

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Juan is a wildlife photographer who currently lives in Maine. Juan lives and breathes photography and travels around the country making images, teaching and leading photo workshops. Juan’s favorite destination is Yellowstone in winter.

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One Response to “Rick & Juan answer your questions / DPE Podcast July 15, 2010”

  1. Bret Linford Says:

    Hi, guys! I disagree a bit about the DNG discussion you had on the show.

    If you are importing into LR from a CF card with a firewire card reader and a macbook pro (recent-ish), it really doesn’t take that much longer.

    Even if I’m taking about 2500 raw images from a shoot, I can use an automator action to convert those in an hour.

    A DNG is also about 20% smaller than a CR2 or NEF. So, if I have my field drive with CR2’s and run my action which copies and converts to DNG, I have a copy I can leave and send offsite (CR2’s on a usb drive), and a local copy (which gets backed up to the cloud).

    So, I have 3 copies of a file, less local hard drive space with the DNG, and a ‘future-proofed’ format.

    Love the show! Keep on truckin’!

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