50% Discount on Capture One for Aperture users

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As the news broke out a couple of days ago that Apple is discontinuing the work on Aperture most of the articles are advising it’s users to make a switch to Adobe’s Lightroom. While this will certainly be a great move for most of the folks, some of you might consider switching to Capture One Pro 7 instead. Capture One Pro … Read More

Difference in editing workflows

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Let there be light

I’ve recently decided venture into Capture One Pro 7 and so far it has been an interesting bumpy ride. Being an Adobe and Lightroom user for many years I am naturally used to UX of their products which really has many well thought and delivered UI and workflow decisions. In the end there are things Lihgtroom does better, others are really … Read More

Tonal adjustment workflow, small test and comparison

Marko RosicPost-production1 Comment

Over the past few years I’ve developed workflow that works for me but inevitably as I develop as a photographer, see and learn new stuff, mature as person I step back to from time to time to reflect on experiences and think of ways to improve myself. As you probably noticed there are numerous ways and combinations to achieve similar … Read More

New version of Lightroom 5.2 is now available

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New version of Adobe Lightroom 5.2 is now available for download. It’s an incremental update and a list of new features is not long but some of them can prove to be handy. Among those that caught my eye is feather control for Spot Healing Tool that should make less noticeable touch-ups. Hopefully it will also bring some speed improvements, but … Read More

Open Keyword Catalog Project

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You are using Lightroom for your photography workflow, so you already know how keywording can be a tedious job. Lightroom provided us with a Keywords List panel that should make this process a bit easier by “forcing” you to think about keywords not as they were some random flat list of tags but rather a hierarhical controlled vocabulary that you can use and reuse … Read More