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    55mm F2 8 R LM WR 16 mm 240 0 sec at f 8 0 ISO 200 I should definitely read Making the Image Because low and behold what s there at page 60 Exactly the question I should have asked myself on May 18th but I didn t And yet I had all the time in the world because I was doing an almost six minute exposure I m an experienced photographer at least I like to think I am I know my f stops from my ISOs and my filter threads from my Wattseconds But like many other photographers I often forget the essentials I ll be sucked in by the technicality of things that I forget to ask the basic questions And those basic questions is what Making the Image is all about the ones you should ask yourself in the field when you re making a photograph that pretends to be more than a snapshot The book poses 35 of them in two broad categories Question the Scene and Question the Process The questions themselves are deceptively simple Shapes or details Can I move to change the lines or indeed What s behind me Yet they re probably as important as your camera manual is actually more important because as we all know most camera manuals suck big time anyway True to the Craft Vision tradition you get a lot of value for your money as this eBook really is a bundle containing The little companion eBook that you can put on your phone is as simple as it is effective just flip through a couple of random questions for each photo you re about to make and your images will improve Pretty soon you ll be asking these questions automatically in your head The actual eBook 158 pages exploring each of the 35 questions in greater detail illustrated by photos that help make the point A smaller companion eBook to store on your phone which just contains the questions boldly formatted so you can see them clearly and you can flick through them on your phone quickly My recommendation read the book once so you get the full meaning of the questions and then before a shoot randomly pick a couple of questions from the list and you ll walk home with a stronger image A 45 minute companion video that also explores these concepts in more detail Making the Image is one of those eBooks that should be bundled with every new camera It doesn t tell you how to press the shutter plenty of books do that already Instead it gives you the questions you should ask yourself before you press the shutter It s not about stopping down your lens but stopping down yourself and thinking before you shoot The book doesn t give the answers nor does it have to it s the scene in front of you that will give you those The Making the Image bundle is available here and costs 25 tax only 20 during launch week which is less than the price of a memory card and it will make sure that that memory card will have better pictures on it Fewer maybe but definitely better But hey you don t have to take my word for it here s someone who s much more eloquent than I am David duChemin himself Listen to what he has to say about Making the Image Below 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Comments 5 Reasons the RoboSHOOT X flash triggers for Fuji are a game changer Jan 5 2016 Lighting Reviews Fujifilm Nissin RoboSHOOT Serene Automation Piet Van den Eynde 9 Comments Jan 5 2016 Lighting Reviews Fujifilm Nissin RoboSHOOT Serene Automation Piet Van den Eynde 9 Comments Jan 5 2016 Lighting Reviews Fujifilm Nissin RoboSHOOT Serene Automation Piet Van den Eynde 9 Comments Jan 5 2016 Lighting Reviews Fujifilm Nissin RoboSHOOT Serene Automation Piet Van den Eynde 9 Comments Dec 20 2015 Photoshop Reviews Video training English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 20 2015 Photoshop Reviews Video training English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Review Adrian Sommeling s Realistic Compositions DVD Dec 20 2015 Photoshop Reviews Video training English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 20 2015 Photoshop Reviews Video training English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 20 2015 Photoshop Reviews Video training English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 20 2015 Photoshop Reviews Video training English Piet Van 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den Eynde 12 Comments Jul 20 2015 Reviews Cameras Fujifilm X 100T English Piet Van den Eynde 12 Comments 10 reasons why I love my Fujifilm X100T Jul 20 2015 Reviews Cameras Fujifilm X 100T English Piet Van den Eynde 12 Comments Jul 20 2015 Reviews Cameras Fujifilm X 100T English Piet Van den Eynde 12 Comments Jul 20 2015 Reviews Cameras Fujifilm X 100T English Piet Van den Eynde 12 Comments Jul 20 2015 Reviews Cameras Fujifilm X 100T English Piet Van den Eynde 12 Comments Tags English Comment Capturing a flash lit dancer in mid air is possible thanks to a sync speed of up to 1 2 000th of a second This image was shot at 1 500th which still makes a single flash act as powerful as two to three flashes on a regular camera FUJIFILM X100T 1 500 sec f 8 ISO 200 10 reasons why I love my Fujifilm X100T July 20 2015 in Reviews Cameras In this blog post I want to examine some of the reasons why I like Fujifilm s X100T so much even though its fixed focal length of 23 mm 35 mm Fullframe Equivalent is not what I normally like to shoot at If you re on the verge of buying one you may find this information interesting If you already have one I m interested to hear in the comments what you like about it So here s my entirely subjective top 10 1 It has all manual dial controls The X 100T s all manual controls Image Fujifilm I love manual dial controls Always have I don t understand why at some point camera makers stopped adding aperture rings to their lenses The X100T s got them all an aperture ring now also with 1 3 increments a shutter speed dial and an exposure compensation dial Only the ISO has to be set from the camera s Quick Menu although you can minimise the need to change it by using the camera s auto ISO functionality Furthermore you can add ISO to one of the function buttons so you can still easily set it without taking your eye from the viewfinder Retro is hot nowadays But the X100T s retro style contrary to some of the what I would call faux retro cameras out there is actually functional retro 2 It s my favorite get out the door quickly camera You know that feeling when you go out the door for a family stroll or a quick bike ride and you want to take a camera with you just in case So you grab a camera body a lens another lens and before you know it you need a sherpa to carry all the extras because you cannot make your mind up what to bring Well with its fixed lens the X100T makes your mind up for you It s great for people with decision making problems like myself When traveling with a toddler generally the diaper bag is already heavy enough so you don t want to bring a loaded camera bag too The X100T comes to the rescue Instead of extra lenses you can bring extra diapers FUJIFILM X 100T 1 500 sec f 8 0 ISO 200 3 It s the camera that forces me to try things differently I must admit 23 mm 35 mm Fullframe Equivalent normally isn t my favourite focal length I generally like to shoot a lot wider than that Still all the other advantages of the X 100T make it so that I ve actually learned to appreciate the focal length After all if it was good enough for Cartier Bresson it should be good enough for me right What I have found is that it forces me to be creative with my point of view For example on a family city trip to Lisbon I had my X T1 and my X100T with me The first hardly left the bag Instead I used the second almost all of the time And I m convinced that having the fixed lens gave me some shots that I wouldn t have thought of otherwise because using the X T1 and my favourite 10 24 I d never have left my favourite at 10 mm I can make anything look dramatic comfort zone Images below processed with my Black White Lightroom Preset bundle FUJIFILM X 100T 1 240th sec f 11 ISO 200 FUJIFILM X 100T 1 170th sec f 9 ISO 200 FUJIFILM X 100T 1 500 sec f 8 ISO 200 4 I can expand my options with two conversion lenses You can add two high quality convertors to go a little wider or a little more telephoto than the standard 23 mm 35 mm Fullframe Equivalent focal length Image Fujifilm Having just said that I have started to appreciate the 23 mm field of view there are always occasions where going a little wider or a little more tele would be welcome And even though you can always zoom with your feet sometimes a different focal length can make for a better perspective not every face looks great up close at 23 mm I know mine doesn t There are two high quality conversion lenses out there one turns the camera into a 28 mm Fullframe Equivalent the other to a 50 mm Fullframe Equivalent I especially like having this option because I use the X100T a lot in my flash photography more on that in point 9 and instead of being limited to just one focal length I now have three somewhat different ones 5 The hybrid viewfinder is great for street photography The Hybrid Viewfinder combines the best of both worlds Electronic and Optical You just switch between the one that meets your needs best at any given point in time Image Fujifilm Although I use the EVF most of the time it s great to have an Optical Viewfinder as well especially for street photography I like to use the OVF on two occasions first when it s so bright and contrasty outside that I have a hard time seeing the EVF it s rare but it happens but more importantly when I am staking out a location and I m waiting for a subject to enter the frame The framelines in the OVF don t cover the entire area In other words you can see people entering the viewfinder before they enter the actual frame This makes it much easier to anticipate the decisive moment 6 It s light and compact I still use the old X100 case but the latest edition has a latch that lets you access the battery and SD card compartment Image Fujifilm Although not a featherweight the X100T is certainly light enough to carry around all day Even when I add a flash a flash trigger and an umbrella I can still manage to keep my total gear kit under 2 pounds Back in my Fullframe DSLR days that would have meant a camera body and a body cap not even a lens I generally carry it around in its leather case Unfortunately when you use the optional lens hood the case doesn t close anymore In that case you can still use the bottom half of the case though 7 The joys of an Electronic Viewfinder Whether it s the effect of a square crop or a special film simulation the Electronic Viewfinder shows you what you re going to get not what you think you re going to get When you first switch to mirrorless one of the harder things to adjust to is no longer having an optical viewfinder Well in the case of the X100T you actually still have one but as mentioned earlier I only use it on specific occasions For the rest of the time I happily use the EVF Electronic ViewFinder and I have grown so used to it that I actually miss having one on those rare instances when I still pick up a DSLR I ll do a separate blog post on the advantages of an EVF but suffice to say for now that I like the fact that the EVF shows me the image that I will wind up with rather than the image I think I will wind up with I also love the instant feedback and the fact that I no longer have to chimp Instead I see the image I just created in my EVF free from the glare of the sun Finally I love the fact that I can set up different aspect ratios or film simulations I love Classic Chrome and Black White and that I can preview exactly how a specific aspect ratio or film look would work In other words having an EVF helps me with my composition And as I shoot RAW JPG I still record the full colour sensor data anyway 8 It has built in WIFI The X100T has built in WIFI which is great for three things first of all you can send images to your phone to process them or put them online Secondly you can print directly from the X100T to Fujifilm s Instax Share Printer I always have that little printer with me it s great to give people a thank you picture and it s even better for opening up photo opportunities Thirdly I can control the camera 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    have the same subject in the same size but in a different place in one or more other images you can synchronize your brush mask across those images and then move the mask until it covers your subject again Learn all there is to know about the Lightroom 6 CC upgrade with my 100 page Lightroom 6 Up to Speed eBook also featuring a detailed guide on Lightroom mobile and switching from Aperture to Lightroom Or get the bundle of Lightroom 6 Up to Speed and Lightroom 5 Unmasked a total of over 450 pages and save 25 percent Related Posts Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Review David Duchemin s After The Camera Lightroom video tutorial Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 9 2015 Lightroom Lightroom 6 Ontmaskerd Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 9 2015 Lightroom Lightroom 6 Ontmaskerd Piet Van den Eynde Comment And the winner is Dec 9 2015 Lightroom Lightroom 6 Ontmaskerd Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 9 2015 Lightroom Lightroom 6 Ontmaskerd Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 9 2015 Lightroom Lightroom 6 Ontmaskerd Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 9 2015 Lightroom Lightroom 6 Ontmaskerd Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 3 2015 Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde 585 Comments Dec 3 2015 Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde 585 Comments Kies je cover Lightroom lover Dec 3 2015 Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde 585 Comments Dec 3 2015 Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde 585 Comments Dec 3 2015 Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde 585 Comments Dec 3 2015 Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde 585 Comments Nov 8 2015 Reviews Lightroom Western Digital Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde Comment Nov 8 2015 Reviews Lightroom Western Digital Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde Comment Review Western Digital My Passport Ultra 3TB Nov 8 2015 Reviews Lightroom Western Digital Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde Comment Nov 8 2015 Reviews Lightroom Western Digital Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde Comment Nov 8 2015 Reviews Lightroom Western Digital Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde Comment Nov 8 2015 Reviews Lightroom Western Digital Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde Comment Oct 22 2015 Lightroom Lightroom English Piet Van den Eynde 1 Comment Oct 22 2015 Lightroom Lightroom English Piet Van den Eynde 1 Comment Fading Lightroom presets with The Fader Oct 22 2015 Lightroom Lightroom English Piet Van den Eynde 1 Comment Oct 22 2015 Lightroom Lightroom English Piet Van den Eynde 1 Comment Oct 22 2015 Lightroom Lightroom English Piet Van den Eynde 1 Comment Oct 22 2015 Lightroom Lightroom English Piet Van den Eynde 1 Comment Oct 5 2015 Lightroom Nederlands Piet Van den Eynde 9 Comments Oct 5 2015 Lightroom Nederlands Piet Van den

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    Flash Power for my Fuji X cameras Jun 8 2015 Lighting Cameras Jinbei Fujifilm English Piet Van den Eynde 3 Comments Jun 8 2015 Lighting Cameras Jinbei Fujifilm English Piet Van den Eynde 3 Comments Jun 8 2015 Lighting Cameras Jinbei Fujifilm English Piet Van den Eynde 3 Comments Jun 8 2015 Lighting Cameras Jinbei Fujifilm English Piet Van den Eynde 3 Comments May 28 2015 Lighting Reviews Fujifilm Piet Van den Eynde 4 Comments May 28 2015 Lighting Reviews Fujifilm Piet Van den Eynde 4 Comments Review Godox V850 manual Li ion flash a perfect manual flash for my Fujifilm X cameras May 28 2015 Lighting Reviews Fujifilm Piet Van den Eynde 4 Comments May 28 2015 Lighting Reviews Fujifilm Piet Van den Eynde 4 Comments May 28 2015 Lighting Reviews Fujifilm Piet Van den Eynde 4 Comments May 28 2015 Lighting Reviews Fujifilm Piet Van den Eynde 4 Comments Tags Jinbei Fujifilm English 3 Comments Review Western Digital WD My Passport Pro for Mac The ultimate portable harddrive for photographers June 03 2015 in Reviews Photo Accessories Lightroom Ever since I saw my buddy Matt Brandon from www thedigitaltrekker com use one on our Rajasthan photo workshop I ve been using a Western Digital WD My Passport Pro myself The difference being that I opted for the 2 TB version After over a year of using the drive it s time for a review Is it the ultimate hard drive for photographers Well although there s no such thing as perfection it does come close What is it The WD My Passport Pro is an external hard drive specifically for Mac users it uses a fast Thunderbolt connection The drive draws it power from your computer so no need to lug a power adapter along Some may disagree but I find the fact that the cable is attached a nice feature when not in use it wraps around the side of the drive So for someone as disorganised as me it s a good thing I cannot loose the cable anymore Unless I loose the entire drive obviously Inside though is where things really start to get interesting the WD My Passport Pro does not contain one but two classical rotating 2 5 inch 5400 RPM drives Two 1 TB drives in the case of the My Passport Pro 2 TB and two 2 TB drives In the case of the bulkier 4 TB version Speaking about size here s how the two models differ Images courtesy WD What makes it special three ways to configure it The WD Utilities software lets you set up the drive in three different ways Mirror is the one that I use and that offers the protection your images deserve Using the supplied and easy to use WD software this means you can set up the drive in any of three ways JBOD Just a Bunch of Disks this means that the two drives inside the My Passport Pro will also show as two separate drives on your Mac It s a bit like using two separate external drives the difference being that they re conveniently stored in the same housing and there s only one cable However this is not the use I make of it nor is it the use I recommend making there s cheaper and more efficient options for that such as the newly announced My Passport Ultra which exists in up to 3 TB of storage UPDATE check out my friend Mike s workflow in the comments section he does use the drive in JBOD mode and makes some valid arguments for that too And he works in IT so he knows way more about this stuff than I do Raid 0 this means that the two drives act like one big 2 or 4 TB drive depending on the model Especially for the latter that s a lot of mobile storage The risk however is that if one drive fails all your data is gone because it s effectively spread across the two drives So unless you have an airtight backup system which would mean you would have to backup to another WD My Passport Pro or a similar capacity drive and if you don t want to interrupt your workflow also carry that backup with you this is probably not the way you want to store your precious photographs Which brings us to the third option the one I use and is most recommended for photographers who unlike Mike aren t IT experts use the drive in Raid 1 mode This means that the drive behaves as a 1 or 2 TB drive on your system and whatever you save on that drive is automatically mirrored on the second drive If drive one fails your data is still intact on the other and vice versa As Mike rightly points out in the comments this only protects you from drive failure though If you accidentally delete a file from one drive it s automatically gone from the second too It s the latter option which makes the drive interesting for photographers who generally are paranoid or should be about losing their precious images Scenario 1 using the drive as a temporary drive while traveling I see two big scenarios in which this drive really shines the first is as a travel drive to store your photographs and other essential data on while you re traveling This means the setup would look something like this This is the scenario I follow when I m traveling using Lightroom I ll import my images from the SD card to the My Passport Pro My Catalog and Previews are on an external 512 GB Angelbird SSD drive When Lightroom prompts me to back up the catalog when I quit it I altnernate that backup between the internal drive of my laptop and the WD My Passport Pro This adds an extra layer of security for my Catalog as I will always have a fairly recent version in at least two extra locations I only backup the catalog itself by the way not the previews as they are too bulky and can always be re rendered if necessary If your Lightroom Catalog is not as big as mine I have over 130 000 images in it you could also put the Catalog Previews and Smart Previews on the internal drive of your laptop or on the My Passport Pro as well Lightroom will just run slower because of the slower read and write speeds of this type of drive compared to solid state memory Ultimately you re the only judge of whether slower still means fast enough or too slow Especially if you re using a MacBook Air for traveling due to its limited internal hard drive space I d recommend against putting the catalog and previews on the internal drive Additional security precautions while traveling Having my images and a backup of my Lightroom catalog on the My Passport Pro protects me against drive failure but it does not protect me against theft or loss of the drive obviously That s why I never reformat my memory cards while I m traveling memory cards are cheap so I just bring plenty of them By not reformatting them I have an extra super light backup which I can easily take with me I also make it a habit never to leave the My Passport Pro and my laptop unattended together like in the hotel room I will always carry one of them with me That s also an advantage of the 2 TB version over the 4 TB version it s slightly lighter and quite a lot smaller If the internet is fast enough wherever I m traveling I ll try to upload my best pictures of the trip say the 5 star ones to Dropbox as yet an extra layer of security When I m back home I will connect my catalog drive and the WD My Passport Pro to my desktop computer and using Lightroom I will transfer the files over to my main storage system currently a Drobo 5D Thunderbolt although I have been investigating the options of NAS storage freeing up room on the My Passport Pro for the next trip Scenario 2 using the drive as your only dedicated photo drive For this workflow I would recommend the 4 TB version because you never can have enough storage right In this case you just use the My Passport Pro as a convenient small Raid device with the added benefit that should you ever want to take it with you it s small and light enough to do so This gives you 2 TB of mirrored hard drive space In the case of my Fujifilm Raw files which weigh about 30 MB per image this means I could safely store some 66 000 images on the 4 TB version That s a lot of images If you re planning on organizing and storing more images than that you re probably better of using a bigger heavier and more expensive Raid System or NAS system UPDATE SCENARIO 3 See Mike s comment for a possible third scenario I hadn t thought of myself Pricing As you might expect from the feature list these drives aren t cheap If you re more of the DIY variety you could get two separate drives and use separate backup software to do something similar Personally I prefer to avoid hassling with too much gear and software so I prefer to pay a premium for the portability and the convenience of the WD My Passport Pro The 2 TB version will set you back some 289 that s at Dutch online retailer Bol com while the 4 TB version if you re lucky enough to find a dealer that has them in stock retails for about 432 As often is the case it pays to surf around a bit and also if you re reading this from the US consider yourself lucky as prices are cheaper there The verdict If you re a photographer using a Mac the My Passport Pro is a very convenient tool to add an extra layer of security in your photography workflow whether you re on the go or in your studio The 2 TB version is very compact for its features and although not exactly shirt pocketable even the 4 TB version is still easily transportable I ve been using the 2 TB version for over a year now and other than one of the rubber feet getting MIA which I replaced by a bit of Sugru it has performed flawlessly Highly recommended The WD My Passport Wireless is another drive that can be of interest to photographers as it features a built in SD Card Reader By the way if you re mainly needing an external drive to back up travel images to Western Digital has given itself some internal competition in the form of the My Passport Wireless which I will review on this blog shortly Suffice to say for now that the built in SD card reader of this particular drive should be enough to draw a photographer s attention If you liked this review here are some other photo gear reviews for you Apr 22 2016 Lighting Reviews Cactus Fujifilm Piet Van den Eynde 4 Comments Apr 22 2016 Lighting Reviews Cactus 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    drives of course run a higher risk of getting lost or stolen or in the case of the classical rotating drives to fail So save your catalog backups on the internal drive of the desktop or laptop or alternating between both and verify in the back up dialog window whether Lightroom is indeed backing up to the correct drive Now that Lightroom 6 compresses your catalog backups this extra security costs you even less in terms of storage space Isn t Dropbox an alternative An alternative to using an ECD would be to store your catalog and the Previews and Smart Previews on Dropbox However that not only requires a paid subscription the free accounts are too small to store anything but a minute catalog and moreover it requires rigourous attention to waiting for your catalog to sync across your systems before opening it up on the other machine Otherwise you risk opening an outdated catalog and the longer it takes to realize that the bigger mess you re in Also synching larger catalogs and previews can take quite a while Therefore the Dropbox route is one I don t personally use nor particularly recommend A little bit of Velcro goes a long way I ve added some Velcro to the back of my MacBook s protective cover and to the back of the SSD2go This way I can use and move my laptop around without worrying about the drive falling Even though as mentioned before the Angelbird s USB cables fit firmly in the USB port I still want to avoid unnecessary mishandling of that port That s why I ve added some velcro on the Angelbird s back as well as on my laptop s protective cover They loose some of their design cool but it s just easier to transport both through the house as I go from one room to another Conclusion For anyone looking for a fast and hassle free external drive to put their Lightroom catalog on so they can use it in a multi computer setup the Angelbird SSD2go pocket is a great choice It exists in 3 sizes up to 512 GB Because you only store the catalog itself the previews and the smart previews those capacities will get you a long way Even if you don t need the full 512 GB right now having some extra room could be handy because you can use it to store your Work in Progress as well Add to that the light weight small size lightning fast transfer speeds and great looks and it s easy to see why the Angelbird is now my favourite external catalog drive for Lightroom Angelbird s SSD2go pocket is available from the Angelbird website as well as a list of international retailers the bespoke engraving is only available through their website Prices start as low as 169 for the 128 GB model This is an adapted excerpt from my Lightroom 5 Up to Speed Lightroom 6 Unmasked eBook bundle Between them these two eBooks offer over 400 pages of solid Lightroom advice tips and tricks and case studies The bundle is available for a mere CAD 20 through www craftandvision com Scroll down from the product page to add the bundle to your cart instead of the individual eBooks You might 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which is a lot more efficient Basically I use this technique to wirelessly tether my 3 year old Fujifilm X Pro 1 into Lightroom and it works like a charm You can pretty much use this technique with most cameras that use SD cards The main workflow is as follows Set your camera up to shoot raw JPG Only transfer the JPG files wirelessly from the Eyefi card to your computer that s the default Eyefi setup anyway Use Lightroom s Auto Import feature to import the wirelessly transferred JPG files into Lightroom Make any edits add star ratings keywords and pick or reject flags to the JPG files during your tethered shoot At the end of the shoot copy the raw files over from the SD card to the same Lightroom folder the jpg files are in the old fashioned way i e manually using Lightroom s regular Import dialog And this is the magical part Have Lightroom automatically synchronise any edits except for cropping and metadata from the jpg files to the corresponding raw files using John Beardsworth s 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categories for you one Lightroom related and one more general at the end of this blog post The ultimate Lightroom pack 400 pages of Lightroom goodness and over 200 Lightroom presets for CAD 27 95 This contains my Lightroom 5 Unmasked eBook my Lightroom 6 Up to Speed eBook over 400 pages in total and all of the Craft Vision Lightroom presets including my critically acclaimed Black White presets Both the eBook and the presets are actually bundles themselves which entitle you to an additional 25 percent discount When bought individually these would set you back CAD 78 today they re only CAD 27 95 which is under US 25 To take advantage of this spectacular offer proceed as follows 1 Follow this link to get to the Lightroom 6 Up to Speed page and then click on Add Bundle to Cart 2 This will bring you to your shopping cart Choose Continue Shopping 3 Then click on this link to go to the Black and White presets page and again choose to Add the Bundle to Cart at the bottom of that page Some 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wireless SD card to review The timing was right because I had been looking for a way to create a tethered workflow in which I can send images I take with my Fujifilm cameras to Lightroom Although Fujifilm have announced a tethering solution it is not yet available and once it will be it will still require you to use a cable What is it The Eyefi Mobi Pro 32 GB wireless SD card is as its name implies a 32 GB SD card that includes a wireless transmitter so you can send your photos wirelessly to your smartphone tablet or computer It s priced at about 99 89 Eyefi also has a cheaper wireless card the Eyefi Mobi that exists in 8 and 16 GB versions The difference between both is that the Pro version can also transfer raw files has an option to only transfer selected photos the regular Mobi transfers all photos use its own wifi network but also be integrated in your existing home or office network Note that these options are off by default but you can enable them by putting your card in your desktop computer s card reader and going into the Eyefi Desktop App s preferences More about that later Working with mobile devices The Mobi Pro not only allows you to transfer raw files to your computer you can also send images JPEG only if I m correct to a mobile device You only have to install the Eyefi Mobi app enter the card s serial number in the app and connect your mobile device to the wifi network that the card emits It was really nice to see the images that I was shooting with my wifi less X Pro 1 appearing on my iPhone My X Pro 1 now has wifi capabilities thanks to the Eyefi Mobi Pro So if nothing else this card enables you to transfer images that you shoot with a non wifi equipped camera to a tablet or phone from which you could then share them to Instagram Facebook or edit them in an App such as Snapseed Heck if you re a Lightroom CC user you could even have them automatically imported in Lightroom mobile and that way have them wind up in your desktop version of Lightroom too Lots of possibilities there The Mobi Pro turns almost any non wifi equipped camera into a camera that lets you share images to your mobile devices On your mobile device select the Eyefi Mobi Card s network and you re good to go By default the card sends out its own ad hoc wifi signal so you can even do this in the middle of nowhere you just have to select the card s wifi network in your phone s wifi settings and you re good to go As mentioned by default it sends all the images over but you can configure it computer required to only transfer those that you mark on your camera as locked or protected On the X Pro 1 when in playback mode press the OK key and choose the 5th option from the Playback menu Protect So far so good I was starting to think it would be nice to use this setup during workshops I do a lot of teaching and it would be fun to have the images appear on an iPad that I could then pass around to the students It sure beats looking at a camera LCD or viewfinder especially the X Pro 1 s EVF The jpg images transfer nicely and relatively quickly to the Eyefi Mobi App However that s where things didn t quite go as hoped each time the camera went to sleep I had to reestablish the wifi connection So I set the camera to not go to sleep but then the card s internal settings wrecked havoc apparently to conserve power on the camera the card will shut down the connection after 1 to 2 minutes of non use Which is too soon for a real world tethering workflow I ve looked around but there seems to be no easy fix to this According to Eyefi Customer Care this cannot be changed Which is a bummer because it makes the card unusable for the teaching use I had in mind Mind you that this auto disconnect issue does not seem to happen when you shoot to a laptop or desktop computer Eyefi Cloud The Eyefi Mobi Pro also comes with a complimentary free year of Eyefi Cloud this service lets you upload an unlimited amount of images to the Eyefi servers from where you can also share them or you can use this service as a cloud backup you can even upload old photos so the service isn t limited to photos you took with an Eyefi card Eyefi Cloud lets you display your images in a timeline no matter which device you used to take them with The pictures are shared across all your devices and available for viewing even when there s no internet connection Of course you can also share pictures with other people Although the concept sounds nice enough I personally won t be using this service as I already have a full computer backup through backblaze com and I use Lightroom mobile to display and sync my images online across different devices Tethering to a desktop or laptop computer Being able to transfer images to a phone or tablet is nice but the main reason I was interested in this card was to wirelessly transfer my raw files to a watched folder on my computer and have Lightroom pick them up from there using the Lightroom s Auto Import feature This way I was hoping not only to shoot tethered into Lightroom but to do so wirelessly The first time you use your card you have to enter the activation code and then take a couple of test shots Once your card is recognised you re good to go This setup procedure only has to be done once Make sure to save the card with the activation code in case you change computers or want to use the card with a different computer too I installed the Mobi Pro Desktop App make sure you have the latest version of that specific app the version that works with the regular Eyefi Mobi card will not support the extra features of the Mobi Pro card and set the card up to transfer raw files too You have to insert the card in your computer to make that change A nice touch for raw jpeg shooters is that you can send both file types to different folders if you want The Pro card offers the ability to add up to 32 Home Networks transfer raw files and enable selective transfer of files Again so far so good Just like with the iPhone after the initial setup procedure is over you select the card s wifi signal in your computer s list of available networks and you re good to go However then came the disappointment it took about 30 seconds to download a 30 megabyte raw from the X Pro 1 On top of that sometimes the desktop app would not immediately start to download after I made a shot So I would shoot again and then both shots would be downloaded from the card together Oddly enough the second shot would sometimes arrive on my computer before the first making it hard to judge my shoot s progress I checked this with Eyefi s excellent and quick customer support and they said the maximum speed of the card using the card s own network is between 10 to 15 megabit per second which means that theoretically that raw file could download in about 15 seconds But even that is quite long a wait in the heat of a shoot Eyefi also recommends to keep the card close to the receiving device when transferring If you re using a megapixel monster like the D800 then those times would easily double One of the other exclusive

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