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After I come home with my pictures - What's next?

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#1 digital newbie

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Posted 22 September 2002 - 08:11 AM

I will be venturing out on my first underwater photography dive trip next month and have been reading everything I can find about digital photography, underwater photography, and image processing and think I have a basic understanding (and a bad case of information overload), but I'm not sure about the sequence of events after I come home with a large quantity of pictures, so I need your guidance. Let's assume I come home from my trip with a few hundred pictures shot in HQ ready to download to my PC, I would like to know the sequence of steps you use working with your photos. For example:

Do you save them in TIFF first before processing, put them on CD, crop, delete, etc., etc. I seem to have an idea what the things are that you can do, but not what a logical order to do them in is.


#2 Peter Schulz

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Posted 23 September 2002 - 08:46 AM

See my site re what I do and how I do it.

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