Bridge vs. Lightroom

I hear a lot of people talking about how Lightroom has supplanted the Bridge as their program of choice for handling all of their image needs and workflow.  I have to admit that I use Lightroom and it does have some butt-kicking features for photographers.  I think that the reason Lightroom is so good is […]

Can you feel the love?

* A big thanks to Talent Speaks for the write-up in yesterday’s entry. So many kind words, you make me feel all warm and fuzzy. But seriously, I am always extremely honored when someone points out my blog to their readers. If you haven’t checked out Talent Speaks yet, do yourself a favor and click […]

Late Breaking News

Here’s a little late breaking news for you Lightroom users, Adobe has released version 1.3 for download. The update includes these new enhancements: • Additional camera support for the Canon 1Ds Mark III, Nikon D3, Nikon D300, Olympus E-3, and more • Updated Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard support Mac users can download their update […]

Make some room on your bookshelf

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Shutterbug as just released their: Top Digital Books Of 2007; More & Better Digital Imaging Books. The list covers different topics such as Digital Photography, Techniques, and Elements, Lightroom, and Photoshop. It is a very broad list and includes several books that I had not yet seen but am now placing high on my must […]

Photography Code of Ethics – The issue is older than you think

Original Photograph by Bob Jackson, Adapted by George E. Mahlberg

On Monday, Scott Kelby discussed his personal code of ethics for image enhancement and manipulation. The discussion pulled in many different opinions of what is and is not acceptable when creating an image. I found this story over at the PBS site called American Photography: A Century of Images. The story discusses the history of […]

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