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Adobe DNG – the future is NOW

15. December 2009

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Adobe DNG – the future is NOW

To the modern digital photographer, the Raw data from the camera is the modern day equivalent of the traditional photographer’s negatives or slides. Everything we need to create stunning final images is provided by the single simple file, regardless of its format – be it .NEF, .CRW, .CR2, .PEF; the list goes on and on. […]

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Mad Stacks Yo! – Stacking images in Lightroom

2. December 2009

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Mad Stacks Yo! – Stacking images in Lightroom

One of the biggest debates in using Lightroom revolves around the best way to organize your library. I used to have images scattered all over different drives with no format whatsoever and had tons of duplicates from shoots with different flags, colors and stars. I started to browse the internet for some guidance and found […]

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Slamma’ Jamma’ – Lightroom Panorama

24. November 2009

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Slamma’ Jamma’ – Lightroom Panorama

Not one to be left with just 1 time consuming project, I’m also working on another blog to be added to the X-Equals + Media network focused around skateboarding. As part of this new endeavor, I have been working with Lightroom and Photoshop to create some very nice panorama’s. Even though some of you may […]

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Lightroom Collections – Bringing Your Images Together

18. November 2009

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Lightroom Collections – Bringing Your Images Together

Much has been mentioned lately about using Collections in Lightroom for organizing your images as opposed to using your system folders you store your images in. Even if you maintain a meticulous folder structure, organizing your photos on your hard drive, it can sometimes become cumbersome finding particular images, or working with images that are in […]

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Turn down the volume – Noise Reduction in Lightroom

4. November 2009

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Turn down the volume – Noise Reduction in Lightroom

When it comes to shooting high ISO images and processing in Lightroom, the general consensus is Lightroom is unable to do a reasonable job at reducing noise. While it is true that Lightroom will not perform as well as Noise Ninja or Nik Dfine day in and day out, Lightroom can handle much of you […]

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Into the Future – Lightroom 3 Beta

29. October 2009

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Into the Future – Lightroom 3 Beta

A week ago Adobe dropped a bomb on the Lightroom world. They released the new Lightroom 3 Public Beta, giving a preview of the newest incarnation of Lightroom before it is complete. The new Beta presents a few new tools, heavy refinements to existing tools and a completely new Raw demosaicing engine. Some new tools […]

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Good to the last Drop – Photoshop Droplets

27. October 2009

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Good to the last Drop – Photoshop Droplets

I always loved Photoshop for its ability to create Actions, and in turn automate a LOT of my work by leveraging those actions to create Photoshop Droplets for batch processing. And, the best part is I can access these Actions from directly within Lightroom. By leveraging Droplets within your Lightroom workflow, you can take advantage […]

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Lightroom Speed Tips – Fast, Fun, Easy

19. October 2009

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Lightroom Speed Tips – Fast, Fun, Easy

We were discussing some of our favorite Lightroom tips with some fellow photographers this weekend and we were reminded of our Tip ‘O The Week series we tucked away in the X=101 Category. Rather than keep things as a bunch of mini-posts, and in the spirit of making things EASIER for everyone to access and […]

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The Lightroom Painter – It’s not just for keywords!

5. October 2009

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The Lightroom Painter – It’s not just for keywords!

It’s a rather tiny icon, and you probably don’t give it much thought … I know I didn’t. Yet it’s so simple and does its job so well it’s time to give this little guy a shot. Luckily for you, we’ve taken the mystery out of this hidden gem with some examples of how you […]

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Lightroom Best Practices – Adventures in Workflow

1. October 2009

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Lightroom Best Practices – Adventures in Workflow

As Summer winds down to a close here in Chicago, we’ve taken some time to reflect on the past few seasons and some of our favorite posts. These little gems are a small taste of our upcoming Best Practices in Workflow book coming out in December*. We guarantee one of the below posts will shave […]

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