My Photo Processing Workflow as of 2020-02

Here is my photo processing workflow as of 2020-02. Following my blog post “Online Photo-Sharing Services: My Experience with 500px”, it is time to reflect the change and update some other areas1. Three areas of change My current photo processing workflow as of 2020-02 First, as I no longer publish photos to Flickr, thanks to... Continue Reading →

Behind the Scenes of Aperture Development

Apple’s now-defunct Aperture Remember Apple’s Aperture, the professional photo processing app that eventually got abandoned? Here is a moving and fascinating story from one of the QA engineers who worked on the development team. This is a must-read if you are looking for behind the scenes details of Apple's history. Aperture: Senior QA (2004-2005) –... Continue Reading →

From Havana Street

From the street of Havana, Cuba, here is an heavily processed shot with Lightroom and Snapseed. The latter can be very useful at creating effects that can add visual value to the picture.

The Lightroom CC Update we are Waiting for

The November update of Lightroom CC brought support for iPadOS 13. Included was the ability to import photos from Files.app like shown below. But is this the best Adobe could do? Well, if you compare to what we do on our traditional computers, there is an even quicker way. By just inserting a storage device... Continue Reading →

Adobe Lightroom Updates and Future

This week, at the #AdobeMax2019 conference, Adobe released a slew of updates to nearly every application. But what Adobe envision for the future of Lightroom could be troubling for many. Many needed additions Of particular interest to me, in the short term, is anything related to Lightroom support for Apple’s latest technologies. On that front,... Continue Reading →

Thinking Of Upgrading Your Adobe Photography Plan?

Thinking of upgrading your Adobe photography plan to increase cloud storage space? Please read this before.  Recently while I was using Lightroom, I got a notification warning me that I was running short of space on my Adobe Creative Cloud account. A lack of space can have a bad consequence of stopping images synchronization across... Continue Reading →

Adobe Lightroom Returns To The Mac App Store

Adobe Lightroom returns to the Mac App Store. This one is a surprise. Why? Surprising because Adobe has to pay 30% of their sales to Apple in order to be on their online store. Another surprise is the amount of Adobe Creative Cloud storage users will get with their subscription: 1 TB. Compare this to... Continue Reading →

New Lightroom for iPad Update

A new Lightroom for iPad update brings learning tools and more. First, a new home view makes its debut. From there, the user sees his or her recent photos at the top. But what is more interesting are two new learning tools. Lightroom new home view For new Lightroom users, the latest update will help... Continue Reading →

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