Join Ben Long for an in-depth discussion in this video Workflow and tethering, part of Advanced Photography: Medium-Format Digital Cameras.
- On our normal SLR or mirrorless camera,…you copy images in JPEG or raw format to your computer,…and then use any of a number of different applications…or combinations of applications to perform your edits,…size your images, and create your desired output.…That simple workflow has not always been the case…with medium format,…large/medium format cameras have often required…proprietary software and intermediate file formats…to get images from the camera into a finished file…that is compatible with any normal image editing software.…
Fortunately, all of these cameras…fall under normal modern standards,…they all produce raw files,…the Fuji can even generate JPEGs or TIP files…from raws in-camera.…The Pentax, meanwhile, writes directly to DMG files.…As of this writing, Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom…are both able to read raw files from any of these cameras,…so you should have no trouble adapting any of these…to your current workload.…However, if you're a studio shooter…who likes to shoot tethered,…things might be a little more complicated.…
- SLR and mirrorless design
- Focal length and aspect ratio
- Exploring camera options
- Workflow and tethering
- Shooting with small, medium-format cameras
- Dynamic range and medium format
- Medium format and commercial, architectural, and landscape photography
- Determining if you need a medium-format camera
Skill Level Advanced
1. Medium-Format Basics
2. Medium-Format Cameras
3. Medium-Format Shooting and Noise
4. Medium-Format Applied Uses
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