Photo Geek Weekly Episode 7 – The Future of Post Processing

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Photo Geek Weekly Episode 7 - The Future of Post Processing

On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, I’m joined by none other than the wonderful Martin Bailey to dig into some of the topics of the week: testing every viable photo editor with a challenging image, what Apple is bringing to the table in their new iMac Pro (and why maxing it out isn’t the best idea), and what happens when you try to make a filter even better, even stronger. It’s our longest episode yet, and worth every minute of it… or so I hope!

Story 1: I Tested 10+ Photoshop Alternatives to See How They Stack Up (PetaPixel)

Story 2: Want a Fully Loaded iMac Pro? That’ll Be $13,199, Please (PetaPixel)

Story 3: Neutral Density Filter Drop Test: Can Breakthrough Filters Survive? (fstoppers)

Bonus, Martin’s fantastic iOS app that you should all download: Photographer’s Friend

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Don Komarechka is the host of Photo Geek Weekly and Inside the Lens. From auroras to pollen, insects to infrared, much of Don’s photographic adventures reveal a deeper understanding of how the universe works. Exploring the world that we cannot see with our own eyes has been a common thread in Don’s career as a professional photographer.


  1. Hi Don

    I know this is a lot over my head but I love to see how the steps to a better understanding of the science and practical photography pushes me to the net level. I do know that it really doesn’t matter to me if I use a mac or pc. I have most of the equipment I want for making images. Having been in business for over forty years, you never buy equipment unless you can make it pay for itself. For most of us editing programs seem to be brand envy. I don’t use Photo Shop that often since Corel Draw is my main graphic program and like those that learn on one system you just never try anything else. Being a Canon user for many years I love all the products that I have owned. In most of my work I shoot in manual mode but have learned how to lie to the camera and make it do things it shouldn’t do. You hit on many of the points for camera care. I have had my old Rebel in the deserts and canyons of the south west and the camera was fine but one lens sure got nailed. hahaha I am hooked on your Geek Week now. Keep up the great work

  2. Whew… the more I listen the more I realize how little I know, and Martin is right up there too! I thoroughly enjoy these podcasts even though I feel dumber and dumber as we go.

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