Yep! Time to move on.... already spent more time on it than I should have. Slow day in general. I need to get busy.
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Funny that you mention a HP access point - I was using it with a Ubiquiti that was pushing 1W on a Pico2HP plugged into a 5' +15db gain antenna for the P&S transfers. It was still unreliable. I could get the tablet to connection almost 1200' away.
Even though the newer ones may be a bit improved, it's still a toy. I have no use sending over JPGs as a "preview". I needed the actual RAWs sent. In a high-reliability situation, I'd save to the CF, SD AND to the remote! There was not any CF adapters in use - it was directly in slot 2 on the 1DsIII. It's that 30-60 seconds sometimes to actually spool up and transfer one file that was horrid. The WFT sends the raws in under 3-5 seconds - that I find is acceptable for having no cables.
I had always thought it'd be neat to set the 1DsIII on a equatorial mount with a 21/2.8 Distagon and an Eyefi outside. Let it shoot the sky all night, all the while sending the images back into the warm inside for editing (shooting meteor showers the other night in the cold and sending into the warm truck with the tablet receiving!).
Once I am done with my editing, I export from Lightroom into JPG files and those go in another "Exports" directory structure organized much like the one mentioned above. After that, I manually upload the exported pics to a Zenfolio online gallery.
Why would you keep a copy of the exported pics? Is keeping the raws+catalog entries not enough for you? (How about automatically generating snapshots on export?) Sorry for offtopic.
Read more: http://lightbox.time.com/2012/12/18/unfiltered-photographers-react-to-instagrams-new-terms/#ixzz2FRfSat4O
Read that link, then followed the link at the bottom to here.
Sounds like Instagram are trying to confuse people with this line: "Instagram users own their content and Instagram does not claim any ownership rights over your photos."
That's not the point, Instagram. The point is that by using Instagram, you retain ownership and copyright but you give Instagram a royalty free and unlimited license to use and sell your stuff. In fact, not only are you letting them use it, but by retaining ownership yourself, YOU are responsible for legal liability.
It's like this: You own a car (photo). By putting BrandX Petrol in your car (using Instagram), you are letting anyone from BrandX drive your car, and they can let anyone else drive your car, and make money by letting others drive your car (Instagram can sell your photos to others). And if anyone of these (potentially unlimited number of) people driving your car hits and kills anyone, you pay for their healthcare/funeral.
Hoping to seek your insight on your workflow with DXO Pro 8. I've been using Aperture, but recently bought DXO. I love the features such as Key stone, lense correction, etc. But, trying to better understand the workflow. I understand that Neuro and others are using both Aperture & DXO. Could you please describe step by step your work flow using these two softwares? For example, where do you download your photos to? I hope that this question is not too basic... Many thanks in advance for your help.
I use Canon Utilities, they let me tether my camera and have pretty much full control to view the image at highl magnification before I capture it. I can set the focus point and depth of field to my preference.
DPP has the new lens correction software that corrects many aspects of distortion. I only use it when I need something extra that Lightroom can't fix. It also doubles or even triples the file size.