If you don’t have a photo backup plan in place, I can promise that you will eventually lose your photos. That’s because all data repositories die. Some faster than others. With a good photo backup plan, you can ensure your photos live even if your repository dies.
I wrote an Aperture to Lightroom Migration guide for one of my other sites called Aperture vs. Lightroom. Once Apple announced that Aperture was at its end of life, there really wasn’t any further purpose for Aperture vs. Lightroom. It’s coming down in June, but I thought this post would still be useful for some […]
Everyone wants to make their photos pop. You can find a ton of tutorials showing how to manipulate sliders in Lightroom or use plugins, but there is a simple tool that I don’t see mentioned very often. If you want to know how to improve color in Lightroom, you need to start with with your […]
With the demise of Aperture, most of us are using Lightroom to organize our photos. In Episode 8 of The Photo Flunky Show, we’ll talk about some classic mistakes people make in Lightroom organization and what you should do, instead. I share my three point system for Lightroom organization to keep things simple and effective. […]