DNG Enhancements with Lightroom 4

Part of Lightroom 4’s update was some changes to the DNG file format. If you aren’t aware of DNG files and what they are it stands for “Digital Negative” and is a file format that was created by Adobe but also something that they created to be open so people can freely license the technology. It’s a lossless raw file and was created so that we could have a standard to our raw files instead of using only the RAW file formats that our camera manufactures have. Check out the great video below for a quick review of DNG files in Lightroom 4.

In this video you Julianne Kost from adobe will cover the new enhancements to the Digital Negative File format and how to use them to improve the way you work with and archive your photographs in Lightroom 4.

Do you use DNG’s in your workflow. Let me know along with any questions below.

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Mark is a fine art wedding and portrait photographer from Northern California. He has been passionate about photography since childhood and started his studio 12 years ago to bring a fresh style of photography to the wedding and portrait world.

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