Drake Passage

January 22, 2009 | 1 Comment |

More Drake. It’s gone from calm to rough. I’m sure it will change again. It’s a long stretch home filled with seminars and reviews.

Today I talked about the importance of defining a project that makes the work we do tangible and shareable. My project will be to update my Antarctica Blurb book with new images and updated text. I then handed the session off to Olaf Willoughby who talked about his Antarctica book (PDF for World Wildlife Federation and on demand print through Lulu), which he did after our first 2005 voyage, and it’s effectiveness for environmental advocacy. It’s inspiring to hear what one man can do.

See my previous post on Olaf from early this month.
See my Defining a Project PDF here.

Enjoy my Antarctica galleries, book, and statements.

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  • Your comments on the trip south have been welcome, and cause me to ask, how much memory your 7000 images have consumed, in their traveling iteration, and how much memory you take into the field each day? I tend to work for 3 to 4 hours at a time, and not go over 6 gig in that time. but for large scale events 12 gig a day is within reason. As for work process, I have tried Lightroom 2 for several shoots. I like it for fast reaction, and some of its features are wonderful, but it wasnot designed for the printmaker. It is an expedient tool for editing in sRGB.
    I find bridge and CS3 to do more what I want in file output and image copy file allocation. I use DXO for file processing to DNG format, and you have not commented on that software. Any Thoughts on this?

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