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Adobe ships Lightroom 6: Adds facial recognition, HDR, Panorama, performance

Overview of new features in Adobe Lightroom 6 for ET featured imageAdobe continues to add value for Adobe Creative Cloud Photo Plan subcribers, and for those who buy Lightroom “a la carte.” The new version of Lightroom is a solid performance upgrade, but also adds some cool new features.

ArtRage 4.5: Solid Upgrade for top-notch painting program

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While having a good painting program isn’t a requirement for most photographers, it can come in handy for sketching out ideas for the “bones” of an image (thanks to John-Paul Caponigro for effectively demonstrating that point to me originally). My favorite when I’m on Windows (or Mac) is ArtRage. The company has just released a solid update to version 4.5. I’ve been using the beta for awhile now and have been quite pleased with the new features…


Nikon’s Manual Viewer mobile app is a ‘must have’–and it is free

imageRegular readers know that I’m a big proponent of carrying PDF copies of camera manuals while traveling – whether on a laptop, tablet, or both.

Lightroom goes mobile: Hands-on with Lightroom for the iPad

Lightroom mobile displays each of your albums in a pleasing grid that you can use to select an image to work withAdobe has taken Lightroom mobile, announcing a highly simplified version for the iPad that syncs seamlessly with your main computer’s Lightroom collections. It is well-designed and a joy to use. I’ve been working with it for the last week, and have posted my hands-on review on Extremetech. Frankly, the tablet I carry every day isn’t an iPad (it’s a Samsung Note 10.1 2014 Edition), but Lightroom mobile is one of the first apps that’s tempted me to bring an iPad along as well. It’s free to get started for anyone with a Creative Cloud or Photographer Program subscription from Adobe (you will need one of those, unfortunately for folks who’ve been buying Lightroom a la carte).