Tag Archives: workflow


Fujifilm RAW files in Lightroom

In November of last year, i bought a Fujifilm X100T camera. When downloading, importing and working with the raw files from this camera, i noticed that it felt significantly slower than when i do the […]

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Summing up my photography year 2015

For christmas 2014, i got myself a new camera, a Nikon D7100. A year later, i had about 22.000 exposures on it. I don’t have those kind of statistics for earlier years, but it feels […]

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Processing lots of photos

I often take my camera out to take pictures and return home with hundreds of photos to work on. When i shoot my daughter’s handball games, i’ll often take 600-700 pictures. I have a fairly […]

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Correcting my not-so-good rating system

I have a system for rating my images in Lightroom. I don’t remember how i came up with it, but i realized a few days ago that it makes no sense. Here’s what i’ve been […]

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Rectangular Instagram

I love Instagram. It’s great. But the square format can be limiting. Sometimes i’ve had great pictures that i wanted to share, but i couldn’t because they didn’t work when cropped to a square format. […]

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