DPE Podcast 04.15.13 – Rick and Juan discuss how to best configure your computer for photo editing, and we answer some of your questions

April 14, 2013

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On this episode of the DPE Podcast we discuss how to best configure your computer for editing your photos and we answer some of your questions on both configuring your computer and general photography questions..

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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. You can follow Juan on twitter at http://twitter.com/jpons

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2 Responses to “DPE Podcast 04.15.13 – Rick and Juan discuss how to best configure your computer for photo editing, and we answer some of your questions”

  1. David Salahi Says:

    Lots of good computer advice in this podcast! I’m a software developer and have been building PCs for myself and others for ten years. This is good info that people can rely on.

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  2. Soimosan Roger Says:

    Thank you for your excellent podcast and for all this interesting information.

    I have one hardware related question:

    I would like to shoot tethered to a PC, or an iPad wirelessly.
    Ideally I would like to shoot both JPG and RAW and transmit only the JPG file wirelessly. Also ideally I would prefer to shoot to Lightroom 4 rather than to a proprietary software.

    What should I buy and do?

    I believe you have covered at least two solutions in previous podcasts, one which seemed to be a hack of an iPad app, and one which was developed for Canon cameras, but I am unable to find in which podcasts.

    I have a 5d mark 3 and a Rebel T4i, a PC with windows 7, and n Retina diplay iPad, … and a Samsung Notes 2 if you know any Android related solution.

    Thank you in advance,
    Roger

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