Archive for March, 2012

The Truth About UV Filters

UV filters have become a must have item for many photographers who want to protect the front of their lens. They serve as cannon fodder (or as I like to call it “Canon” fodder), shielding your expensive lens from dangerous …

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Golden Gate Panorama

The other day I had my first chance to cross the Golden Gate bridge and take a photo of it while facing San Francisco. I was headed out to wine country with a friend and my wife, so we stopped…
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Lightroom FTP Export

One of the biggest missing features in Lightroom 4 is that they still haven’t added a built in FTP export option for users who want to only upload images to an FTP server. Fortunately, a Lightroom user contributed a
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Lightroom 4 Video Editing

One of the most interesting new features in Lightroom 4 is the ability for users to edit videos from the Lightroom interface. In previous versions of the software, Lightroom would only link to videos and play them in an external…
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RAW Image Lightroom Camera Calibration

A friend of mine was recently shooting in both JPG and RAW formats lately and noticed that the RAW image files looked funny in Lightroom. He asked me for help in determining what caused the RAW files to look so…
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Adobe Lightroom 4 Release Date

Update: Lightroom 4 has been announced and is now available from retailers! My original estimate of a March 6th release was off by a few hours. The official release was announced on the evening of March 5th, 2012.…
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