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Old 08-17-2012, 02:09 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I have a file naming scheme I've been using for years:

YYYY_MM_DD_hh_mm_ss_[Camera Model]_[Image Number]

The take away is that a heavy shooter who will outstrip the four digit sequence number must plan for this and develop unique file names.
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I follow the outsline Peter Krogh outlines in his book, but prefer a four digit year to a two digit year. And I mispoke about the sequence number. It's actually the file # suffix.
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Old 08-19-2012, 11:35 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I have used Lightroom since beta, and while I appreciate it for the tool that it is, it was really slowing down my workflow. I still use it for family photos, but for my commercial work, I use Photo Mechanic.
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I have used Lightroom since beta, and while I appreciate it for the tool that it is, it was really slowing down my workflow. I still use it for family photos, but for my commercial work, I use Photo Mechanic.
I think my biggest disappointment with Photo Mechanic is that it's a browser as opposed to Lightroom being PIEware. Also, Lightroom allows me to upload straight to my Smugmug account. I can do everything I need to in LR now, save for actual photo manipulation.
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I think my biggest disappointment with Photo Mechanic is that it's a browser as opposed to Lightroom being PIEware. Also, Lightroom allows me to upload straight to my Smugmug account. I can do everything I need to in LR now, save for actual photo manipulation.
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Picked up lightroom4 this weekend, I love how its laid out

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I'm a sick person who actually doesn't like any of the DAM type systems. Is there anything wrong with having one picture folder with 3773 files in it at the moment
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