Capture One Tips | How And Why To Use Capture One ‘Sessions’
Capture One Sessions are a thing of beauty, and here we’ll introduce why.
RawTherapee Version 5 | Better Speed & X-Trans and Foveon Support
The Fujifilm X-trans sensor has been a bitter-sweet addition to the photographic community; people praise it for its pixel array…
SmartAlbums | Album Design Just Got Much Easier!
Back in the fall of 2013, one company made album design a much more enjoyable task when they released Smart Albums. Yesterday, Pixellu, the company that developed Smart Albums released version 2 and I am in love!
Lightroom 6 Is Coming But Will Require Better Hardware
Adobe announced there will soon be the next big release of Lightroom, but you may need to upgrade your computer to handle it.
New Software Allows You To Replicate The Style Of Iconic Photogs Without The Work
New software coming from a team of mad scientists from MIT, Adobe, and University of Virginia will allow you to transform your basic point and shoot headshots into the styles of the greats.
Must-Have Apps for the Outdoor Photographer – Part 1: Planning
Back in the dark days without Internet, tablet and apps, planning a landscape photo shoot meant a lot of work….
Talking to High-End Retoucher Pratik Naik Part 3 – SLR Lounge Interview Series
High-end retoucher Pratik Naik of SolsticeRetouch.com is arguably one of the best in the business. His retouched images have ended up in pages of ELLE, Marie Clare, GO, Vogue, and Zink. In part 3, Pratik Naik tells us the different tools and software he uses when retouching.
Add Faux Camera Movement to Your Timelapse Videos with Panolapse
Timelapse videos are always fun to see, but they can also be rather boring after the first few seconds. The best way to do that in the past has been to setup your camera on a motion controlled slider which automatically moved your camera during the timeplase to create movement.
New Iphone App from onOne Aims to be Top B&W App
Software company onOne is known for their popular suite of photo editing applications for your desktop and laptop systems, but now they are setting their sights on the mobile processing market. They recently released an iOS version of their popular “Perfect B&W” desktop application and they hope that it has the mojo to go up against similar apps from Google(Nik) and Adobe.