Ask Tim Grey - Digital Photography Podcast

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Tim and Renee chat about an amazing opportunity to photograph an English Garden in the Palouse region of eastern Washington State during their photography workshops. They then address questions from photographers about long exposures at night,
Tim and Renee chat about the first week of their 2016 Palouse Photo Workshop, and the notion of creating photographic opportunities whenever possible. They then address questions from photographers about neutral density (ND) filter options, col
Tim and Renee chat about the long gap in podcast episodes, and then turn their attention to the remarkable Palouse region of eastern Washington State where this episode was recorded. They then address questions from photographers about the use
Tim and Renee chat about how great it is to be home after traveling for about four weeks non-stop, and how they are focused on catching up on producing new educational content for photographers. They then address questions from photographers re
Tim and Renee chat about the concept of a cruise providing something of a "tasting menu" for both travel and photography. They then address questions related to the "as shot" white balance setting, creating an inverted copy of a layer mask in P
Tim and Renee chat about their transit through the Panama Canal while teaching on a cruise ship, and the experience of photographing the process. They then address questions from photographers about collections in Lightroom, "flecking" on print
Tim and Renee are back with the Ask Tim Grey Podcast! In this episode they talk about their long (unplanned) hiatus from the podcast, and how excited they are to be producing new episodes again. They then address questions from photographers ab
Tim and Renee welcome listeners back to the long-awaited Ask Tim Grey Podcast, and talk about how Tim thinks the Space Needle in Seattle is often photographed incorrectly. They then address questions from photographers about the new Dehaze adju
Tim and Renee talk about how exhausing a photography workshop can be, explaining why there were only three questions this week for the Ask Tim Grey eNewsletter. They then address (only three!) questions from photographers about where to store y
Tim and Renee chat about conditions in the Palouse region of eastern Washington State that are dramatically different from what would be normal this time of year, and how that will impact their photo workshops. They then address questions from
Tim and Renee chat about scouting in the Palouse, and the notion (and challenge!) of gaining knowledge about an area you'll be photographing. They then address questions from photographers about easily importing to a specific folder in Lightroo
Tim and Renee chat about different photographers viewing scenes in different ways, and sometimes finding unique photos among subjects that are taken for granted. They then address questions from photographers about deleting photos, high dynamic
Tim and Renee chat about the first session of their New York City Photography Workshop. They then address questions from photographers about a slow Quick Selection tool in Photoshop, merging Lightroom catalogs from multiple versions of Lightroo
Tim and Renee chat about the fact that Tim grew up in the Los Angeles area, but never really spent time creating "real" photographs there until now. They then address questions from photographers about minimizing haze in photos, getting a bette
Tim and Renee chat about San Diego, in terms of great bird photography, great weather, and yet more travel on the calendar. They then address questions from photographers about Lightroom 6 versus the Creative Cloud version, differences between
Tim and Renee chat about a visit to Charleston, South Carolina, as well as Savannah, Georgia. They then address questions from photographers about Process Versions in Lightroom, switching to the "Cloud" version of Lightroom, adopting a single L
Tim and Renee discuss the launch of Lightroom 6 (aka Lightroom CC), as they record the podcast from in the field near Savannah, Georgia. They then address questions from photographers about removing deleted photos from Lightroom, viewing only t
Tim and Renee chat about a brief detour to Washington DC that happened to be almost perfectly timed for photographing the cherry blossoms in full bloom, and why the experience didn't exactly live up to expectations. They then address questions
Tim and Renee chat about Tennessee as a "best kept secret" for beautiful landscapes. They then address questions from photographers about mouse pointers in Photoshop, a problem with drag-and-drop in Lightroom, changing capture time for photos,
Tim and Renee chat about their two-week marathon session in the studio, producing a variety of new training videos for the GreyLearning video training library. They then address questions from photographers about DNG versus TIFF file size, inco
Tim and Renee chat about the X-Rite Online Color Challenge, which allows you to test the accuracy of your color vision by attempting to sort color swatches in the correct order. They then address questions from photographers about resizing thum
Tim and Renee find themselves in a winter wonderland in the Catskills of New York State, even though the first day of spring has already arrived. They chat about the winter, and the hope for spring weather for photography (as well as their upco
Tim and Renee chat about Tim's recent experience trying to use Photoshop 1.0 for the first time. You can view a video that features Tim and other Photoshop experts (and the struggles they faced) attempting to perform simple tasks in Photoshop 1
Tim and Renee chat about the notion that "Photography is not a Crime", based on a settlement with some photographers in California. They then address questions from photographers about creating printer profiles, shooting in JPEG instead of RAW,
Tim and Renee chat about the new "Tim Grey TV", and the science behind the confusion about the color of "The Dress". They then address questions from photographers about Adobe Camera Raw versus the Camera Raw Filter in Photoshop, support for th
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