I use the Nik Collection almost by default when processing photos. At least, I use part of it. Over and over, I use the same filters. It turns out that some of the filters in the Nik Collection that I’ve ignored are just as useful, if you have the right image. TweetPinShare1010 Shares
Trey Ratcliff and Macphun introduced a new HDR software program on Monday. Since it’s from Macphun, you know it only works exclusively for the Mac. Sorry, PC users. This one won’t work for you. If you have a Mac and you’re curious to check out something new to change the way you look at HDR, read […]
ON1 Photo 10 is available now. As promised, ON1 shipped its new product formerly Perfect Photo Suite 9.5) in October and it has some really cool benefits. You can use ON1 Photo as an addition to Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, but it may also give you a viable alternative to paying monthly for Creative Cloud. Also, […]
I will never create Lightroom Collections again, and I don’t think you should, either. For years, we’ve been mislead into thinking that collections were the best way to organize our photos. You ought to know that advice is completely wrong. I can show you a better way.
Lightroom CC Facial Recognition is an interesting new feature for portrait photography. I had a facial recognition feature in Aperture, but found it caused poor performance as it scoured images for faces. It seemed like a good idea to see if Lightroom CC facial recognition worked better for me.