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Ghosts of the Galaxy

Nothing pushes a camera’s sensor more than the broad dynamic range of a sunset, or trying to capture the soft glow of the Milky Way rolling overhead. 2,493 more words

How to change the AutoPlay settings on Windows 8.1 when a memory card is inserted

I’m a keen photographer and for years have been using Breeze Downloader Pro to download photos from memory cards to my computer, before editing them in Adobe Lightroom. 149 more words

Windows 8.1

Real World with Lightroom Mobile

With Lightroom mobile, photographers can edit and organize photos in their Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 catalog using an iPad or iPhone. It’s the only mobile photo editing solution that works natively with Lightroom 5 and can edit raw images from DSLR cameras using Smart Previews.

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Monochrome Strømsfoss

Here’s my entry for Leanne & Laura’s Monochrome Madness Challenge this week.

You can see my Adobe Lightroom settings & Adobe Photoshop layers in this gallery: 283 more words


How to Manually Add Lens Profiles to Lightroom

I own a Sony NEX-7 mirror-less camera and use Adobe Lightroom 4.4 to develop my RAW shots to more or less great looking photos. A very powerful feature of Lightroom are its integrated lens profiles that enable automatic correction of all common optical distortions. 462 more words

Useful Knowledge

Copyright Your Photos

Why Copyright? Why not?

With the software for image processing and the cameras available today, is there any reason why someone would not apply copyright information to their photos?  301 more words


Adobe Lightroom

Adobe Lightroom is a super raw editor. These days almost all my editing is done in Lightroom, I hardly ever export to Photoshop. Editing a raw file is non destructive and you can make several different edits and save them all for future use. 125 more words

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