My Favorite Lightroom 5 Feature – Smart Previews

Lightroom 5 has been out for a few months but to be truthful, I didn’t upgrade right away. One reason is that I was pretty happy with Lightroom 4 and didn’t really see any reason to upgrade. That was then, but now that I’m using it, I am kicking myself for not making the switch […]

Adobe Announces New Creative Cloud Option for Photographers

If you weren’t watching the Photoshop World Keynote Live Stream yesterday, or paying attention to Twitter, Facebook, and Google+, then you might possibly have missed one of the biggest announcements of the year as it relates to the world of photography. As you might already know, a while back Adobe changed their business model for […]

Exporting Print Layouts in Lightroom

This weekend I received an email from a blog reader who was having difficulty exporting images in Lightroom. She had created a multi-image template with a watermark and she wanted to export it to use in her blog. The problem is that every time she went to export them, she would end up with separate […]

Lightroom Updated for Retina Displays

It doesn’t actually come out and say it in the Lightroom 4.3 release candidate description but there is one little mention of support for HiDPI displays. Now I am just going out on a limb here but there isn’t a display around that is much higher than the Retina display of my MacBookPro (2880×1800). Of […]

Creating Time Lapse from Raw Files

One of the really useful nuggets I picked up in the Post Production World classes I took at NAB came from the Time Lapse workshop instructed by my buddy Rich Harrington. Rich is a mad genious when it comes to video so I was really happy to have the opportunity to learn a few things […]