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December Updates for Lightroom CC & Classic

2020-06-03T18:34:59+00:00December 12th, 2017|Adobe Lightroom Classic Perpetual, Adobe Lightroom Classic Updates, Adobe Lightroom Desktop Updates|

Lightroom CC (1.1), Lightroom Classic CC (7.1), Lightroom iOS Android mobile Apps and ACR

 

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Hot on the heels of the official release of Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic CC, Adobe is releasing a full version updates for both of their flagship photography programs. This is an important update as both programs have been plagued with bugs, reports of unsupported camera files as well as a number of key usability issues.

You can read the full, official post here on Adobe’s

CrashPlan Discontinued, Carbonite Not the Solution

2020-06-03T18:35:19+00:00September 9th, 2017|Backup Systems, Product Reviews|

CrashPlan is out. Use Backblaze to back up your photos in Lightroom

To the shock of many CrashPlan users, the online backup provider announced on August 22nd that it will exit the home consumer market and is now referring CrashPlan for Home users to Carbonite. As highly rated as CrashPlan is (was), Carbonite is not; its basic plan is Mac only, leaving PC users to pay more. Additionally, Carbonite only rates a 5 out of 10 rating on Tom’s Guide.*

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Lightroom Before and After Tools

2020-06-03T18:38:01+00:00December 8th, 2016|Adobe Lightroom Classic, Developing, Video, YouTube|

How to use the Lightroom Before and After tools in the Lightroom Develop module

I always love discovering something new in Lightroom that helps my workflow and developing process! I’ve been editing (selecting) and developing some photos that I shot for a wedding at a lovely farm in the Catskills this summer. The groom is a good friend of mine and he happens to be a film director as well so, he knows a lot about color process. He and his wife had some specific requests for how they wanted their photos look, which posed a slight

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