Datacolor Launches SpyderX Tool Kits for Digital Photographers for Ultimate Color Calibration
Datacolor announced the launch of two new product bundles for photographers to manage their color workflow: SpyderX Capture Pro and SpyderX Studio. Covering everything from lens calibration, white balance, screen calibration, and printing!
On the Other Side of Fear – A Creative Live Podcast With Pye Jirsa
In this episode of We Are Photographers from CreativeLive, Pye explores how he had to lose everything to gain happiness, and he shares personal stories of loss and love, fear and growth.
New ‘Entry Level’ iPad Now Takes Apple Pencil & A Good Buy For Photographers
The benefits of an iPad for photographers have never been this accessible.
How To Retain Edits Made In Adobe Camera Raw When In Lightroom
Dont’ make all your Camera Raw edits only to lose them when you’re using Lightroom. Here’s how to handle it.
What Is JPEG? JPEG Definition & All You Need To Know About It
There’s more to JPEG than you may know, and it’s important to know.
New Lightroom Mobile Update Brings Raw HDR, Raw Export & More
Lightroom Mobile just received another update today, and if you see the Adobe video (see below) and read the release…
Skip The CR2 | New Magic Lantern Development May Let Users Capture DNG Files In-Camera
Magic Lantern has long been producing mods to let Canon users get more out of their gear than the manufacturer…
Lightroom Mobile Gets Stronger & Adds DNG Raw Support For iPhone 7 Plus’ Portrait Mode
When it was sneakily announced at WWDC a little while back that the new iOS 10 would be supporting RAW…
Your iPhone & iPad Can Shoot Raw As Of Today, With Lightroom Mobile
Lightroom mobile brings more power to you iPhone form capture to edit
How Apple Views Photography | Here’s What’s Coming & It’s More Than Just Raw Capture
Apple unveiled that RAW capture is on the way, but there’s a lot more than they let on in the primary WWDC address.
Edit RAW Files On iOS Devices With Snapseed | Snapseed Keeps In Line With Apple’s Vision
Apple devices are beginning to offer the discerning photographer more of what we want.