Getty Images to acquire Unsplash In an unexpected turn of events, Getty Images is set to acquire Unsplash, my beloved free online photos sharing site. I'm in a state of shock because I love this service so much. Unsplash will continue to operate as a separate entity. In partnership with Getty Images, we’ll be accelerating... Continue Reading →
Adobe Lightroom CC on the iPad is finally able to import RAW images from an external storage. Is this a game changer for photographers working with the iPad to edit images?
In the first part of the 2021 edition of the GuruShots Tips and tricks guide (read here), I talked about the newly introduced or updated GuruShots features. GuruShots is still based on challenges. Moreover, I explained what GuruShots is really about: a game. GuruShots is a time-consuming game, but how much time-consuming? To answer this... Continue Reading →
This guide is based on my gaming experience1 after returning to the well-known photography game, GuruShots, after a very long pause away from it2,3,4. Here is what I found out5,6. This article is for everyone interested in GuruShots, who played the game or would like to start playing. My Gurushots score board Let me be... Continue Reading →
Congratulations from Unsplash If you’ve been following me for some time, you know how much I’m fond of Unsplash. I’ve been a contributing member since the early days of Unsplash. Over the years, Unsplash expanded its platform in many directions (not all of which I’m happy with, by the way). I had the chance to... Continue Reading →
I don’t often post pictures of mine here, but this one had to be. I like it a lot. It was a mild winter day with some fog in the morning. It’s was a perfect setup to go out for a quick photowalk. On my way into the park, this person probably had the same... Continue Reading →
A botched update to Adobe Lightroom CC caused some users to lose photos and presets. What happened? Read the full story.
Selection of pictures I took and processed in July of 2020 My summer vacations plans are not what they were supposed to be. That being said, I managed to get a few nice pictures during the month of July. I rarely post pictures here so why not post a visual summary of what July brought... Continue Reading →
Do you wish for a better version of Instagram, not owned and operated by Facebook? Your wish may come true. A year ago, the Kickstarter project for …Bokeh To Challenge Instagram Good piece by one of my virtual-and-blogger-friend about a possible Instagram alternative. From the screenshots above, it certainly looks promising. But there are signs... Continue Reading →
Today, I want to share a few updates on my photo processing workflow. It's been a long time since the last update. This time, four important additions to my workflow require attention as shown on the following workflow diagram. My photo processing workflow as of 2020-06. Click to enlarge. New visual space In order to... Continue Reading →