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By Peter Krogh | Posted: September 22, 2015, 12:00 am | 0 comments
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On this page, testers and reviewers can keep up-to-date on where the project is.  Once the project is released, this page will tell readers how we expect them to make use of the information on the site.


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In this site, we will discuss the principles of sound workflow for digital photographers, and we will also present workflow options.

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File Lifecycle Overview

Understanding the digital image lifecycle is fundamental to understand how to put together the workflow that is best for you and the kind of work that you do.

Digital Camera Overview

How does that camera REALLY work? What about megapixels, bit depth, form factor and more? We outline all the factors you need to be aware of when choosing a digital camera.

The Shoot

In order to select and confugure your camera most appropriately, you need to take into account what your objectives are. We outline the issues you will want to consider when making these choices.


Capture is the start phase of your workflow.

Tethered Capture

Tethered capture has many advantages that apply to studio or location shoots. There are several approaches and workflow considerations depending on the methods used. Our free downloadable PDF, The Ultimate Tethering Guide covers best practices for setting up an archival tethering workflow.


This page describes the automated processes that can be done to image files when they are first brought into the computer.


Now we get down to the nitty gritty on digital cameras. Want to know about how megapixels, sensor type and pixel pitch relate to each other. This is your page.
Last Updated September 22, 2015