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Photographer’s Friend Depth of Field Calculator Tutorial (Podcast 634)

Migrating from Lightroom to Capture One Pro (Podcast 633)
Developing Your Style and Self-Acceptance (Podcast 635)

For this week’s episode, I’m releasing a new tutorial for our Photographer’s Friend Depth of Field calculator, and I’ve included some practical examples from the field so this may be useful as a general tutorial, even if you don’t own Photographer’s Friend.

I was actually going to just release this video in the background, but with a bunch of stuff that came up and the fact that it’s supposed to be a holiday in Japan today, I decided to make this it for this week. If you are completely uninterested in our iOS app and have no interest in Depth of Field, I have a nice meaty episode lined up for you next week, so please stay tuned.

If you are interested in the new tutorial though, I’ve embedded it below, and you can also find it on our Photographer’s Friend Tutorials page. Also, a quick shout out to listener Ron Paynter in Australia, with a thank you for pointing out that I had a typo in the Startup Help for the Exposure Shift calculator. I can’t believe I missed out the “f” in Shift, but thanks for bringing some laughter to our breakfast table yesterday morning Ron.

I was actually working on a minor update to the app anyway, so the typo has been fixed in version 3.0.4 which is already on the App Store ready for people to upgrade. Anyway, here is the video, which I hope you enjoy, and I’ll be back with another episode next week.

You can see more details on the Photographer’s Friend product page.


Show Notes

Find out more about our Photographer’s Friend app for iOS on the product page here: https://mbp.ac/app.

Music by Martin Bailey


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