• I specifically use the low-res here to increase the speed of transfer, as the target medium(s) for these jpgs are all relatively low-res.
  • Split workflow, save different versions of the same file to each card. Raw to the CF, jpg to the sd.
  • This step doesn't happen until I plug the cf card into my laptop.
  • This assumes that the iPad app is open.

Camera Workflow 2012

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The end result of this madness is that, while shooting in the studio, photos can be immediately reviewed on the ipad, projected on the wall, uploaded to flickr and entered into my lightroom library, all by just pressing the shutter on my camera.

A funny aspect of this is that it only covers the workflow that involves ingesting photos into lightroom. The workflow from lightroom to the thunderbolt raid, followed by cloud backup, is just as amusing.

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  1. luc betbeder 25 months ago | reply

    I do love my Eye-Fi card

  2. Christine ™ 25 months ago | reply

    I just have to figure out how to get my mkIII to write the RAW to the CF card and the JPG to the Eye-Fi card at the same time. I thought it would do it automatically, but it isn't. Any tips?

  3. everyplace 25 months ago | reply

    I'll post some screenshots of what the setup looks like actually in-camera, but I did it via navigating the back-screen's representation of the top-right pane, switching the card writing into manual mode, then setting each file's type.

  4. iamlizzybrown 25 months ago | reply

    blogged on Tumblr :)

  5. gillat 25 months ago | reply

    OMG, that is AWESOME. Can you please feature this on our forums? :-) This rocks

  6. everyplace 25 months ago | reply

    Gillat, how would I go about that?

  7. gillat 24 months ago | reply

    Oh, just post it our forum. It's super cool...

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