How to Create a Session Index

April 07, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Sessions and how to find images Finding images in a large Session has been made easier with Filters but you can only look at one Session at a time. But how do I search for an image across Sessions? No way to do this. I like most photographers just publish 1 in 20 or more images. What I find my self doing is try to remember what Session or year...
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Changing from Windows to Mac, Some helpful tips that tripped me up

September 23, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Migrating from Windows to Mac Moving to a Mac to Widows was easy for me but there are some little differences that may trip you up. What I have done to get you started is in the attached movie. It covers just the basics so don’t expect to much detail. The interface is generally cleaner and follows some Mac rules for consistence that make the Mac...
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Teaching Peggy Photography 101, Numbers Numbers

July 07, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Teaching Peggy Photography 101 Numbers, Numbers what are all these Numbers! There are three different ways to control Exposure on any camera and that is what we are talking about. I will try and make sense of all of this in this lesson. There is the ISO number and that controls the sensitivity of the sensor. Shutter speed that controls how long t...
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Image Compression and Capture One

May 31, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
There has been some discussion about storage of image files and different options for file storage, There are two concerns, number of files for upload and space required. There have been some comments about using a compression utility and EIP, from Capture One, to solve the two concerns. So I decided to do a little homework and testing! First conc...
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Capture One Sessions and How They Work

May 21, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Introduction: Capture One offers two systems to manage images, Catalogs and Sessions. This document focuses on Sessions for the simple reason of the simplicity of the design. The basic difference is the storage of the adjustments per image are stored in the Catalog database and depends on the database to create a directory structure. Sessions on t...
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