Apple Will Now Let You Choose Between Power/Speed & Stability
But should we have to choose?
Adobe Wants To Fix Lightroom & Wants Your Input | But Do We Need A Fix Or A New Build?
Lightroom is, beyond the shadow of a doubt, the ubiquitous post post processing software of today. While Photoshop may be…
Sony A99II Hands On | The A99II AF Could Be In The Same League As The Nikon D5 & Canon 1DX Mark II
At the 2016 PhotoPlus Expo, we got our hands on the new Sony A99II, and as part of this trade…
Western Digital Introduces New Budget/Mid Range SSDs With Long Life Spans
For many people, myself included, Western Digital internal drives are the backbone of their workflow, and particularly these days many…
Lightroom Faster | New Update Makes A Known Speed Hack Unnecessary
If you threw a rock in a room of 10 Lightroom users you’re bound to hit 8 or 9 who…
You Can Greatly Speed Up Photoshop With A Click Of A Button, But Consider This…
‘No such thing as a free lunch’ is what comes to mind because to benefit from the speed boost you’ll pay in other ways.
Could Speeding Up Lightroom Really Be This Easy?! (No Hardware Purchase Required)
Lightroom is a brilliant tool, and most of us rely on it and love it. We hate, however, how much is can slow down a workflow. Here’s something to try which might actually give you a reprieve and cost you nothing.
5 Things to Consider For Better Action Photography
Here are 5 things to consider to help you take your action photography to the next level!
Apple vs ASUS – Premiere CS6 Benchmark and Hardware Test
The ASUS G75VW-DS73 beat out the Apple MacBook Pro Retina in real-time video editing tests within Adobe Premiere CS6 by nearly 500%! To see the full tests, read this article.
Freezing Motion with High Shutter Speed
Aperture is usually the control that people use creatively, while the shutter speed is the workhorse of the two. But in reality, you can use shutter speed to freeze and convey motion. For this first part on shutter speed, we will be focusing on how to improve your fast shutter speed technique to freeze motion.