When I first started shooting, I was “that guy”. Shooting on Auto, chimping every shot, and never post-processing my photos. Yep – your average tourist. Time & shutter trips later, and I only shoot in Manual mode, and – as of this week – only shoot in RAW.
I started my photographic journey using Aperture on my MacBook Pro. With a Retina display, it’s pretty sweet ! But then Apple chose to abandon the photographic community. Aperture’s features were replaced by an Instagram-style app that applied canned filters to your images. Very cheesy… So I made the switch to Adobe’s Creative Cloud bundle for photographers.
Coming with Lightroom CC, Photoshop CC, and supporting services like Portfolio and Assets made my workflow fairly straightforward. No more JPEGs for the iPad and CR2s (Canon’s RAW file format). Now I can shoot RAW, wirelessly & selectively transfer the photos to my iPad for some quick edits and send them off to Social Media. The edits I do in post-processing on the iPad get transferred via my Creative Cloud account & syced to my proper Lightroom catalog on the MBP.