Our tenth episode is all about editing: techniques, software choices, and the ethics of manipulating images.
We discuss our own workflows and software choices before digging into the more difficult topics of ethics, renting vs. buying software, and delivering RAW files to clients—the subject of our first major disagreement!
- The Sony 85mm f/1.4 GM Emergency Tear Down — LensRentals
- Zeiss Batis 18mm f/2.8 Press Release
- The Fuji X-Pro 2 in Antarctica
- Nikon D5 — (Amazon)/(Nikon)
- Canon 1DX Mark II — (Amazon)/(Canon)
- DJI Phantom 4 — (Amazon)/(DJI)
- VSCO Lightroom Filters
- Adobe Creative Cloud
- Affinity Photo
- Capture One
- DxO Optics Pro
- AlienSkin Exposure X
- ONA Brixton — (Amazon)/(ONA)
- Opinion: Can an Aperture user be happy with Apple's new 'Photos' software? — DPReview
00:00 - Intro
02:03 - Sony 85mm GM lens scratching
05:04 - New Zeiss Batis 18mm lens
07:44 - Fuji’s X-Pro 2 survives Antarctica
09:03 - Nikon D5
15:32 - Marius has another new toy!
18:50 - Introducing the topic of photo editing
21:12 - Do we do a lot of editing on our photos?
30:14 - Artistic periods and trends in photography
33:49 - Shooting RAW
36:47 - The ethics of editing
44:37 - Product photography and what honest portrayal looks like
50:14 - Review photos: do we take the photos before the review text or after?
55:45 - Editing software: Lightroom, Aperture, and the market for casual editing apps
1:00:20 - The market for casual editing apps
1:05:18 - The value of Adobe’s extensive educational resources
1:08:03 - Capture One and alternative workflows
1:11:48 - Renting vs. buying software
1:22:46 - Delivering files to clients