All about Time Lapse in One Place
With all the great forums and sites available on the internet, there is enough material for one to gather and write a book. Ryan did that, and so much more.
I tried following tutorials, checking sites and forums and experimenting on my first Time Lapse…, reading all over the internet on how to do it and how to avoid issues like flickering.
“Should I use Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Lightroom” Photography enthusiasts will consider this question at least once in their lives. A tough question, one that will differ from person to person based on a variety of factors such as:
How they want to edit the photos
The number of photos to be edited
Both Photoshop and Lightroom are fantastic programs by themselves, but are simply amazing when used to complement the other.…
I usually try not to write article to promote a specific rebate (since I receive these kinds of email almost daily) but here is one that may interest a lot of you: Adorama is selling LightRoom 3 at 50% off! This is a time limited deal, so think fast!…
When working with still images, I am a big layer user. And that is actually something that really annoyed me when using Aperture or Lightroom: both of these apps require an external editor to use layers. This basically means firing up Photoshop and working on huge TIFF files.…
Lightroom 3 Review Pt 3: The Develop Module Updates: ACR 6.1, Improved Noise Reduction, Lens Correction Tool
The newest incarnation of Lightroom uses the new Adobe Camera Raw 6.1 for it’s RAW conversion.
Since Adobe created Lightroom 4 years ago the software has changed the way photographers work in such a profound way that many have wondered if this little gem might just someday replace the need for Photoshop all together- for most photography needs. Anyone who has used Lightroom extensively as the de-facto front line in their digital workflow can attest to the power of the program as not only an essential digital asset management tool, but also as a potent developing and publishing tool.