ON1 Photo RAW 2020 is now available with several new features that take us into the realm of a full-featured photo processing suite as ON1 continues to deliver its alternative to Lightroom. It’s come a long way in a short time since its introduction in 2016. [Read more…]
Adobe Lightroom is now available in the Mac App Store with the Lightroom subscription plan for $9.99 per month billed through the Mac App Store. The app is available to download for free and comes with a free week of use, then the subscription will be billed monthly through your Apple account.
Notably, it appears to offer only the Lightroom Subscription Plan, which gives you Lightroom access and 1TB of cloud storage with Adobe. The Photography Plan that includes Photoshop does not appear to be available with the Mac App Store version of Lightroom. [Read more…]
Today, DxO announced the availability of Nik Collection 2, which adds over 40 new creative presets and high-resolution monitor (HiDPI) support for Windows. Additionally, Nik Collection 2 now comes with DxO PhotoLab 2.3 ESSENTIAL Edition, DxO’s recently released RAW photo editing software. [Read more…]
Adobe Lightroom’s recent update added the Texture slider to the Develop panel. A lot of people see it as a similar slider to the Clarity slider; however, there are some key differences. In the above video, Matt Kloskowski walks through some of the differences and use cases for Texture and Clarity sliders, along with how they can work together in order get the optimal results from your post-production in Lightroom.
The technical article that Matt refers to in the video can be found here on Adobe’s blog.
Check out the above short video that shows off some quick tips for using the Quick Develop panel to adjust images in Lightroom CC Classic.
The latest version of Lightroom adds a massive update to the Camera Profiles feature (Lightroom Classic and Adobe Camera Raw) – now simply called Profiles – and adds them into Lightroom CC (the “cloud” version of Lightroom). [Read more…]
Here’s a super short video that shows us how to copy develop settings from one photo to another using Lightroom. I use each of these methods fairly often with the exception of the fourth technique. I can’t say that I’ve ever used Auto Sync – and I can’t think of a time when I’ve ever needed to use it.
ON1 Photo RAW 2018 is now officially out of beta and available for purchase. With several new features, the ON1 Photo RAW 2018 looks to capture some of Adobe Lightroom’s market share from those photographers who are not inclined to continue down the subscription path as Adobe locks future upgrades for Lightroom to its subscription-only Creative Cloud plan.
If you missed out on the beta, ON1 will still let you download the full version of Photo RAW 2018 for a 30-day trial period to kick the tires. You can download it here from ON1’s website.
B&H has the new Loupedeck Photo Editing Console for Lightroom 6 & CC in stock and now shipping. Loupedeck gives you analog controls on a console that attaches to your computer running Lightroom. Check it out here at B&H Photo.