Photography, Art and Landscaping Projects
I save mine in RAW, it works great in Lightroom and if I play with it I can still go back to the orignal shot I had. A correction I shoot RAW but save it as a DNG. Same reason, but the info on the pic stays with the pic and its a smaller file size.
your further in the daylily growing then I. I'm still learning my eyes and throats and dreaming about hybridizing, but that does not keep me from taking pictures of daylilies and wons I wish to try.. I have a Fuji HR10 camera. So when I get to have time I look for flowers to shoot.
With 77 members in the photography group, there seems to be little discussion.
What is up with that? People too busy shopping for Christmas? Depressed about Christmas and the prices of things? Escaping the crummy weather we are experiencing?
Remember you want to tell your family that all you want for Christmas is either Daylilies or a good Digital Camera!
I myself am super busy with work on daylily webpages, our family did our Christmas on December 5th, so that we can all do the in-law or out-law thing on the 25th of December. Well not really, we do it early as my two siblings live in the "snow-belt" and we don't trust Mother Nature not to bring them copious amounts of snow on the 24th or 25th (been there done that).
I will get you stimulated in the New Year to post messages with your tips and tricks to photography by writing some interesting stuff here to get you going. We do want to here from our more experienced photographers as well as our less experienced photographers. If you had trouble taking images this past season, post one on the forums for us to evaluate and help you to get it "perfect" next season.