7. April 2021
von Pat Kay
Kommentare deaktiviert für How the Calibration Tool in Adobe Lightroom Actually Works

How the Calibration Tool in Adobe Lightroom Actually Works

One of the most misunderstood tools in Adobe Lightroom is the Calibration tool. This is kind of a shame, because it’s also one of the most powerful tools available to us as photographers, both from a correction perspective and a creat… Read the rest “How the Calibration Tool in Adobe Lightroom Actually Works”

5. April 2021
von Brian Matiash
Kommentare deaktiviert für Why Topaz Labs DeNoise AI and Sharpen AI Blew My Mind

Why Topaz Labs DeNoise AI and Sharpen AI Blew My Mind

For the past few years, I’ve been content with keeping my entire photo editing worldview pegged to the Adobe ecosystem. Anything that Lightroom couldn’t handle, or that required more refined content-aware heavy-lifting, … Read the rest “Why Topaz Labs DeNoise AI and Sharpen AI Blew My Mind”

31. März 2021
von Brian Matiash
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Correctly Use Creative Profiles in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

How to Correctly Use Creative Profiles in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

A few weeks ago, I was speaking with a good friend — who is also a heck of a photographer — about the pros and cons of using creative profiles and presets as part of your photo editing workflow. His stance was unambiguous and straig… Read the rest “How to Correctly Use Creative Profiles in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop”

29. März 2021
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Wacom One Review: An Entry-Level Pen Display Perfect for Photo Editing

Wacom One Review: An Entry-Level Pen Display Perfect for Photo Editing

With the release of the Wacom One in 2020, Wacom lowered the barrier to entry into the world of pen displays and inadvertently created an ideal product for photographers. Where other pen displays in the Wacom lineup are either too big or too e… Read the rest “Wacom One Review: An Entry-Level Pen Display Perfect for Photo Editing”

19. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Rawsie Claims It Can Make RAW Files 80% Smaller with No Quality Loss

Rawsie Claims It Can Make RAW Files 80% Smaller with No Quality Loss

Dotphoton, a deep-tech startup, has built a program called Rawsie that enables quantum-based RAW image compression. What that means, practically speaking, is that its technology can compress RAW file data sizes by up to 80% without qual… Read the rest “Rawsie Claims It Can Make RAW Files 80% Smaller with No Quality Loss”

16. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Adobe Updates Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic

Adobe Updates Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic

Adobe has announced an update to both Lightroom Classic (to version 10.2) and Lightroom (to version 4.2 on desktop) with a few new changes and performance enhancements. Both updates are available to download from Creative Cloud immediat… Read the rest “Adobe Updates Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic”

9. März 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für These Playing Cards Double as Photo-Editing Cheat Sheets

These Playing Cards Double as Photo-Editing Cheat Sheets

After the crowdfunding success of his The Photography Deck camera cheat sheet playing cards, photographer Eric Bohring is back again with a new set that features tips and tricks for digital photo editing.

Bohring’s original set of … Read the rest “These Playing Cards Double as Photo-Editing Cheat Sheets”

6. März 2021
von David Crewe
Kommentare deaktiviert für Nikon NX Studio Review: A Good Start That Will Get Better

Nikon NX Studio Review: A Good Start That Will Get Better

Nikon recently announced the launch of its free NX Studio software, which has hopes to be a Lightroom/Capture One Pro alternative for Nikon RAW processing on Windows and Apple computers.

This new application is supposed to view, process, … Read the rest “Nikon NX Studio Review: A Good Start That Will Get Better”

5. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Adobe MAX Set for October, Will Again Be Fully Virtual and Free to Attend

Adobe MAX Set for October, Will Again Be Fully Virtual and Free to Attend

Adobe has announced that its creativity conference Adobe MAX will be held from October 26-28, 2021, and will once again — as was the case in 2020 — be virtual and free for all attendees.

Adobe says that the event will again be full … Read the rest “Adobe MAX Set for October, Will Again Be Fully Virtual and Free to Attend”

4. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Nikon Launches NX Studio, Its New Free Photo/Video Editing Platform

Nikon Launches NX Studio, Its New Free Photo/Video Editing Platform

Nikon has launched NX Studio, a free photo and video editing application that appears to have many features found in Lightroom and Capture One but is tailored specifically to Nikon cameras. The company says that NX Studio enables viewing, … Read the rest “Nikon Launches NX Studio, Its New Free Photo/Video Editing Platform”

17. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Software Can Turn Lightroom or Aperture Catalogs into Luminar Catalogs

Software Can Turn Lightroom or Aperture Catalogs into Luminar Catalogs

Avalanche is a photo migration software by developer Cyme that can be used to convert one photo catalog into another without losing any data. Today it announced compatibility with Skylum Luminar 4 and AI, allowing Lightroom, Aperture, an… Read the rest “Software Can Turn Lightroom or Aperture Catalogs into Luminar Catalogs”

16. Februar 2021
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Best Monitors for Photography and Photo Editing in 2021

The Best Monitors for Photography and Photo Editing in 2021

There’s one piece of equipment that the working photographer uses more than any other. No, it’s not their camera. Not their favorite lens either. I’m talking about their photo editing monitor.

Unless you plan to outso… Read the rest “The Best Monitors for Photography and Photo Editing in 2021”

13. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Asus’s New Dual Screen Zenbooks Aimed at Creatives Actually Look Practical

Asus’s New Dual Screen Zenbooks Aimed at Creatives Actually Look Practical

Asus has announced the second generation of its dual-screen laptops and is aiming them at creative professionals thanks to software and hardware improvements. The original dual-screen design felt more like a novelty, but this follow-u… Read the rest “Asus’s New Dual Screen Zenbooks Aimed at Creatives Actually Look Practical”

5. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Understanding the Differences Between Clarity, Texture, and Dehaze

Understanding the Differences Between Clarity, Texture, and Dehaze

Youtuber Kevin Raposo believes that many photographers use the Clarity, Texture, and Dehaze sliders in Lightroom without fully understanding what each is doing. To help, he’s uploaded this quick 4-minute video that teaches you t… Read the rest “Understanding the Differences Between Clarity, Texture, and Dehaze”

26. Dezember 2020
von A. Cemal Ekin
Kommentare deaktiviert für Making Relative Adjustments to Sets of Photos in Lightroom

Making Relative Adjustments to Sets of Photos in Lightroom

Sometimes it may be necessary to make a set of images darker or lighter, more or less contrasty, or otherwise change their appearance but retain their relative appearance. Lightroom has the ability to make relative adjustments on a select… Read the rest “Making Relative Adjustments to Sets of Photos in Lightroom”

24. Dezember 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Adobe Lightroom v6 is Falling Apart

Adobe Lightroom v6 is Falling Apart

Lightroom version 6.0, officially Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC 2015, was the last major release of Lightroom that was available with a perpetual license (i.e. a one-time purchase). Unfortunately, some users who don’t wish to mak… Read the rest “Adobe Lightroom v6 is Falling Apart”

18. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Six Signs You’ve Over-Edited Your Landscape Photos

Six Signs You’ve Over-Edited Your Landscape Photos

While looking over images from earlier in his career, photographer Mark Denny made note of six flagrant signs that he over-developed his photos and shares them in this 15-minute video.

The very first sign he noted was what he calls “d… Read the rest “Six Signs You’ve Over-Edited Your Landscape Photos”

18. Dezember 2020
von Bryan O’Neil Hughes
Kommentare deaktiviert für Stellar Astrophotography Tips for Upcoming Astrological Phenomenons

Stellar Astrophotography Tips for Upcoming Astrological Phenomenons

With several astrological events coinciding with the Winter Solstice, including the Jupiter-Saturn Conjunction and the Ursids Meteor Shower, December 21st is poised to be a prime opportunity for practicing nighttime and astrophotog… Read the rest “Stellar Astrophotography Tips for Upcoming Astrological Phenomenons”

16. Dezember 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Optimize Lightroom Classic for the Best Performance

How to Optimize Lightroom Classic for the Best Performance

One of the consequences of reviewing computers for PetaPixel and running benchmark after benchmark is that you learn a thing or two about working in Lightroom. From weird quirks to the optimal performance settings for import, export, and … Read the rest “How to Optimize Lightroom Classic for the Best Performance”

9. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Lightroom Hack Unlocks All Fujifilm Film Simulations Regardless of Camera

Lightroom Hack Unlocks All Fujifilm Film Simulations Regardless of Camera

Fujifilm cameras come pre-loaded with access to popular film simulations but unfortunately, all of the company’s simulations are not available to all of its cameras. But in this 10-minute video, Pal2tech reveals a hack to unlock t… Read the rest “Lightroom Hack Unlocks All Fujifilm Film Simulations Regardless of Camera”