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Lightroom 3 Workflow Tutorial

Jared Polin August 18, 2010 6

Now that you have captured your images how should you get them into Lightroom and start the editing process. Greg walks you through his workflow which includes importing, renaming, selecting, key wording etc.

This is the workflow that Greg uses and works best for him. Use his guide as a way to decide what works best for you and your workflow.

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“Jared, you are in the shot”

Jared Polin August 17, 2010 4

So while Greg was setting up this huge shot I was focused on capturing the kids sitting on the step. I was waiting for Greg to say something and than there it was “Jared, your in the shot”

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Great article published in Korean Mag Eloquence

Jared Polin August 17, 2010 10

It is an unbelievable honor to have such a great article written about the work I have created. A few months back I was contacted by Eloquence Magazine that is located in Korea to ask if they can do an article on my work. I said absolutely!!!!

I have to give great thanks to Dann Gaymer who wrote and amazing article that represents the work very well. We had a great hour long conversation via skype that covered everything from where I started to where I am going.

Here is a link to the PDF file of the full spread for you to read and enjoy. www.froknowsphoto.com/ebook/e.pdf

Lil – With Intent to Distribute

Jared Polin August 17, 2010 7

Lil was very pleased to show off her bag of……….that she is taking to the senior center to share. I hope they are not driving today!!!!

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PS – That is TEA that Lil is taking to share with everyone at BINGO

ThinkTank Photo Glass TAXI Sniff TEST

Jared Polin August 17, 2010 5

I have always had issues carrying around my 300 2.8 as it is usually kept in a separate bag that isn’t big enough to allow for the camera body.

So I went out and picked up a Think Tank Photo Glass Taxi bag and was surprised what I found. I found that this was more than just a shoulder bag to hold a 300 2.8 with a body on it. In reality it can hold up to s 500 f4, act as a backpack as well as an extra camera bag.

When I unzipped the bag the first time I realized that this could act as full time camera bag. What I mean by that is I could fit the D3s with the “Hebrew Trinity” and some other accessories in this bag.

Like all other Think Tank Photo bags this bag is built extremely well and will not only protect your gear but look good while doing it.

(Keep and eye out for The ThinkTank Super Hero)

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