Film Styles For Capture One [Review]

With the announcement that Apple is killing off Aperture, it looks like Adobe Lightroom is poised to be the de facto app for processing RAW files. After all, it plays (somewhat) nicely with Photoshop, has a bunch of great non-destructive tools and terrific presets like VSCO and Replichrome let you style your photos with a single […]

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Lightroom 5 Up To Speed

Get Up To Speed With Lightroom 5

Just in time for Adobe’s launch of the final version of Lightroom 5, Craft & Vision have released a brand new eBook to help you get the most out of the latest upgrade to Adobe’s digital darkroom software. In the aptly titled, Lightroom 5 Up to Speed, Adobe Certified Expert (and author of some of our […]

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Capture One Express 7

Capture One Express 7 [Review]

I’ve been a Lightroom user off and on since version one came out in 2007, though I’m far from what you would call a Power User (I’ve been getting better at establishing a workflow, with the help of Gavin Gough’s fantastic eBook, The Photographer’s Workflow). The Lightroom interface and toolset clicked with me straight away, […]

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Essential Development - Sean McCormack

Essential Development: Sean McCormack

It seems like more and more photographers are using Lightroom as their main post processing tool. Photoshop is still king of the mountain, but with every new version of Lightroom, the feature set increases and, in many ways, closes that gap. Essential Development, by Sean McCormack is aimed squarely at you Lightroom users, taking you […]

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Joshua Tree

Turn Lightroom Up To 11 With Amped

Lightroom 4 is the latest version of Adobe’s “other” image editing application and while there are a bunch of new features under the hood, including video support, Blurb Books integration and a brand new Map Module, there are three big reasons, at least in my opinion, to upgrade (or four if you count the new […]

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