Bengal Cat and Occasional Critters. Pennsylvania USA firstname.lastname@example.org
Finally warm enough for an #ATV ride yayyy. Sadly IG wouldn't let me add the theme song to the Dukes of Hazard :( Oh well, you'll have to use your imagination ... Also hey @gopro maybe you could help me out, this is tough to do holding a full frame camera. Maybe if you guys tag them enough they'll notice :)
Sorry I haven't posted in awhile. I've been trying to get some timelapse stuff and failing. Mostly weather related issues like waking up in the morning and it pouring down rain on my camera outside. Getting a virus from some shady timelapse program was fun too. This is all I really have to show for my work and frustrations. I hope you guys enjoy:)
Thanks to those that tuned in for the live feed. This is the photo I edited during it. I use Capture One to develop my RAW files like this photo. Just about everyone else in the world uses Adobe Lightroom as their RAW editor. RAW is an undeveloped digital negative and needs to be processed, developed and converted to .jpeg before it can be shared. If you're just shooting .jpegs like you would with your phone and most do with their cameras here's a trick. There's a free version of Capture One for Sony. It will handle Sony RAW files or Jpeg, TIFF, DNG. So if you want to use a professional editing software for your cell phone photos, the same software I use. You can download the Free Version for Sony and edit jpegs from any camera or convert RAW files from Canon/Nikon to DNG/TIFF and edit them. I prefer Capture One to Lightroom but it's expensive if you want to edit Canon/Nikon RAW files directly but if you shoot Sony the full pro version is only $50. I still recommend Lightroom to new users as there's just so many more people using it. You can find tutorials on YouTube, share presets and just about any photographer you talk to uses LR. So you're kind of on your own learning C1, there's videos on YouTube but nothing like the support for LR.