Workflow - DSLR to Android Sharing
I'd like to know what are people's solutions for getting images from their DSL Camera, to your Device for in-the-field/ on-the-road sharing?
there are card-readers made specifically for tablets, but I'm talking about from your phone..
the main obstacle is file size
your DSL may take a gigantic photo, which would be too big to share over social shares
An average shared image doesnt really need to go much further than VGA size, maybe 800xsomething smaller max..
Up until today I was working to get my OTG working so I could transfer files from my DSLR to my phone directly.. but then I thought. 'this is kind of stupid".. since the images are just too big for sharing..
which means you'd need a batch-file image processor to reduce the size of all your images to around VGA or so
then I thought, 'well, I cant really do any of my post-processing either, so is the gain really that much by not waiting to get home, or via my laptop'..
I wonder if any of you have a good workflow for sharing your images you take from a more professional camera, to your blog or whatever
maybe an app made for this exact thing?
Besides having a camera with bluetooth, which most of them dont.. or a big camera lens slapped on the back of a phone, or a 41 MP camera phone, since even they dont take great pictures, since the quality of an image is really dependent on lighting, framing, lens quality, and sensor quality... with the sensor being the most expensive thing on a DSLR, and the reason you'd buy one.
so 41mp will produce the same crappy phone picture, except you can zoom it in indefinitely
and a giant lens on the back of your phone, isnt going to be processed by a worthwhile sensor, and you'll not end up much better either
your DSL, even at VGA resolution image, will be monumentally better looking than even the most advanced current camera phones
hence, you'll still need your big camera or at least a dedicated camera for your good pictures for the foreseeable future.
so.. looking for workflows
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