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Emerging trends in digital photography

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Emerging trends in digital photography

 

 

Some would argue that photography is defined by creativity. Planning in some aspects, too.

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Post Processing in Street Photography with Lightroom 5

My way of post processing using Adobe Lightroom 5. In my opinion there is not a lot of post processing needed in street photography. You'd better focus on do...

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 released today.

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 released today. | Photo Editing with Lightroom | Scoop.it
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 photo software, now part of Adobe Creative Cloud, makes everything about digital photography easier, from organizing to editing to sharing.

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Which One? Adobe Photoshop CC or Lightroom 5: An Intro For the Completely New Photographer

Which One? Adobe Photoshop CC or Lightroom 5: An Intro For the Completely New Photographer | Photo Editing with Lightroom | Scoop.it


With today’s announcement of Adobe Photoshop CC and the previous announcement of Adobe Lightroom 5 Beta, we have a very good idea of who each product is tailored to. However, many people don’t know if they need Photoshop or Lightroom–and many by default just end up purchasing Photoshop. But if you’re trying to figure out which one is for you, here’s a quick guide that won’t get too technical.


For those just stepping into the world of photography, you’ll very quickly get blinded by the term, “I’ll Photoshop it.” While the program allows for lots of work to be done on an image, keep in mind just that–the emphasis is on one image. That is generally good for:

 

- A retoucher working very heavily on a set of images but focusing on one at a time.

 

- A wedding photographer needing to fully edit 200 images before shipping them off to the couple

 

- Commercial photographers working to ensure that their client has the best image they possibly can deliver

 

- Working with images where you’ll need to insert text and all.

 

Remember though, if you’re shooting loads of images, culling through those picture and editing each is going to be a tedious process that will eventually eat away at your computer’s RAM......


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Alex Leys's comment, May 9, 2013 3:13 AM
Als ik de beta van LR 5 mag vertrouwen, geen PS meer nodig! (of toch bijna niet)
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considering what I need is most important before stepping out

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Lightroom 5.2 New Features Now Available | Trevor Dayley

Lightroom 5.2 New Features Now Available | Trevor Dayley | Photo Editing with Lightroom | Scoop.it


Lightroom released their lastest update today (5.2) which added some new features, addressed some bugs introduced in previous versions and added additional camera raw support as well as more lens profiles. Here’s a break down of what has been added and fixed.

 

New Features in Lightroom 5.2

A Smoothness adjustment slider has been added to the Detail Panel under Color Noise Reduction. This helps to reduce low-frequency color mottling artifacts

Refinements to the Spot Healing Tool: New Feather control – Auto find source method now works better for images with textured areas like rocks, bark, and foliage – Auto find source method now prefers source areas within the crop rectangle

Auto Exposure has been improved to be more consistent across images and across different image sizes.

Smart Preview size has been updated to 2560 pixels on the long edge.

Refinements to the Local Adjustment Brush: – Right Click (PC) / Control-click (Mac) on a brush adjustment pin to bring up a context menu to duplicate or delete – Control+Alt+Drag (PC) / Command+Option+Drag (Mac) on a brush adjustment pin to clone (duplicate) that adjustment

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Steph le Gnou's curator insight, August 30, 2014 1:57 PM

Nouveautés de la version 5.2 de Lr