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The Image Doctors #88

Fujifilm GFX 100S Medium Format Camera & more…

This week, we get a hands-on first look at Fujifilm’s newest medium format camera, the GFX 100S. This 102 megapixel camera features a smaller form-factor similar to most modern mirrorless cameras.

Creating ISO dependent defaults & presets in Lightroom

Did you know that you can create adaptive presets in Adobe Lightroom Classic? We discuss how to set them up to optimize noise reduction and sharpening settings automatically based on your camera’s ISO setting.

Read more about this process here.

Congratulations to Jody Grober on his retirement

Our longtime friend of the show, Jody Grober, announced his retirement from Roberts Camera earlier this week. Congratulations, Jody!

A Workshop in the Works?

With vaccinations accelerating here in the USA, we are considering a photo workshop in mid to late May. You can see all upcoming workshops here.

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The Image Doctors #87

Nikon Z9 Announcement

Our thoughts on the new mirrorless flagship from Nikon

This week, Nikon announced the development of the Z9 mirrorless camera. Although specs were scarce, there are a few things we can infer from the product announcement. Adobe released a new update to Camera Raw, which offers a new feature called “super resolution.” This enables ACR (and soon, Lightroom) users to double the linear pixel dimensions of their images while preserving a raw format. Our experiments with Super Resolution suggest that it has a lot of potential in the future for working with highly-cropped images or photos captured with lower-resolution cameras.

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The Image Doctors #86

Do you need a back-up camera?

This week, we discuss the need for having a back-up camera. Do you need one? It depends on your shooting situation and what kinds of camera(s) you use. Sometimes, we’ll use different kinds of cameras as a back-up to our primary camera body. We also take a first look at Nikon’s latest free software editor, NX Studio, which fuses features from View NX-i and Capture NX-D.

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The Image Doctors #85

Understanding Eye-Detection Auto Focus

This week, we discuss the evolution of eye-detection autofocus systems. This relatively new technology has amazing potential to transform the way portrait and event photographers shoot. We also have our weekly Lightroom tip; this week we discuss how to handle highlight recovery to prevent images from looking “flat.”

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The Image Doctors #84

When should you use Adobe Photoshop in your workflow?

This week, we’re discussing our editing workflows, and while they are similar, both of us do things a little differently when it comes to our photos. We then take a look at the role of Photoshop for digital photographers. When we first started out in digital photography, Photoshop was practically mandatory. Now, it plays a much lesser (but still important) role in our editing workflows for certain types of images.