Adobe CC 2015 Available

When Adobe first introduced the CC subscriptions, I was less than thrilled. I have always preferred to hand over money, and get a copy of software that I can keep indefinitely. I still have install CDs for early versions of Photoshop and Illustrator. Eventually I warmed up to the idea. $120 a year for Photoshop... Continue Reading →

OS X Mountain Lion

Normally, I'd have upgraded to Mountain Lion first thing this morning, but a full TimeMachine disk forced me to create an entirely new back up on a new, larger drive before I could even get started. So here I am, 11pm, finally on Mountain Lion. This is by no means a full review. I just... Continue Reading →

Apple Software Updates

Aperture, Final Cut, iMovie, iPhoto and more...Fire up Software Update and check the Mac App Store updates tab to grab the latest. The Aperture/iPhoto library integration is interesting. I won't be switching back to Aperture from Lightroom, but it's definitely worth checking out.   Related articles Apple releases updates for iPhoto and Aperture, unifies libraries... Continue Reading →

Lightroom 4.1 now available

Adobe Lightroom 4.1 is now available Processing of 16/24/32 bit HDR Tiff files generated by HDR Pro in Photoshop, along with other HDR software. There is a major difference from the RC2 version in that you now have ±10 stops of exposure. This can be useful for HDR Tiffs generated by Photomatix Pro. New lens... Continue Reading →

Evernote for Photographers

After creating the little presentation detailing how teachers can use Evernote, I decided to modify it for photographers. I still think 99% of the population can find a way to integrate Evernote into their lives in some way. There are so many different ways to utilize Evernote--find the way that works for you and get... Continue Reading →

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