“Philotes”, by Frantz Widmaier:
For pictures on your feed, Twitter don’t appear to restrict us nearly as much as Facebook does, so posting a decent quality picture to a feed should be relatively easy, right? Well, it’s trickier than you might think. This Quick Tip aims to get your JPEGs displayed in the best way possible.
Why I Switched from DSLR to Rangefinder: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace:
MUST WATCH…Barones Deech tonight:
One thing I keep asking myself: “How can I work more efficiently?” Efficient workflows are hard to obtain and even harder to keep efficient. Everyone has the tendency to fall into ruts which end up costing more time. The ruts are “comfortable” because they are what you are already doing.
We’ve all done it, uploaded a picture that looked fantastic in our editing software only to recoil in horror at the compressed mess that now sits on our Facebook timeline. In this Quick Tip, I’ll help you get the best quality result possible when uploading your pictures.