I love Adobe Lightroom, and I use it for the vast majority of my image workflow, from import to output. I don’t profess to be a Lightroom expert but I put together this short video to share my top ten tips for making your work in Lightroom’s library module as efficient as possible. You may [...]
Photographers have to have an efficient home office as part of their workflow. In this post, I discuss a few free programs that help me to organize, backup, sync, and share my work files.
A field report with impressions of the new Canon Series III 2x Teleconverter from a couple of days of bird photography in the rainforests of Costa Rica.
It’s been cold and rainy and windy here the past few days so I took advantage to produce the second part of my digital workflow video series. The video is long but gives a comprehensive look at my Lightroom-based workflow from import to image optimization. I also share my technique for noise reduction; you can [...]
HDR has become very popular with landscape photographers. In this video, I take you behind the scenes as I compare a couple of single images with the same scenes done with HDR.
I’m introducing a new feature to the blog in the form of videos, or more properly screencasts, that share with you my digital imaging workflow. This first video above is just an overview, but I hope you find it informative. I will be uploading a number of more detailed videos over the next few months. [...]
I love Lightroom. In fact, I use it for 90-95% of my digital workflow. For those of you who also love Lightroom or simply want to learn more about it, check out www.lightroomkillertips.com. I’m not affiliated with the site in any way but I visit it regularly for new tips and ideas. Matt K does [...]