Hi, I’m Jeff Carlson, a writer, photographer, editor, and coffee enthusiast. I’ve written dozens of books about photography, the Mac, iOS, and countless articles for outlets such as The Seattle Times (where I write a monthly technology column), Macworld, TidBITS, iMore, and others.
Build a stress-free digital workflow to import, tag, rate, and organize your photos!
Digital photography expert Jeff Carlson helps you understand the strengths and weaknesses of the three most popular photo-management applications: Photos from Apple, and Lightroom and Photoshop Elements from Adobe.
Once you’ve picked the app that’s right for you (there’s a chapter on migrating to Lightroom from iPhoto, Aperture, or Photos), you’ll learn to create a streamlined workflow for importing, evaluating, keywording, and tagging your photos so they are sorted into logical groups and are easy to find. For each of these essential aspects of your workflow, Jeff provides step-by-step instructions for each of the three covered apps. You’ll also learn how to easily locate and remove duplicates.
Think you don’t have time for all of that? Learn to use the artificial intelligence in Apple’s Photos and in Google Photos to do the heavy lifting of identifying faces, objects, and more in your photo collection.
You’ll also find advice on how mobile/cloud solutions fit into the mix, with notes on Google Photos, iCloud Photo Library, Lightroom mobile, Amazon Prime Photos, and Mylio.
It’s all too easy to lose everything if you don’t have backups, so Jeff also discusses how to back up and archive photos to protect your irreplaceable photographic memories.
Only $15 for 133 knowledge-packed pages in this ebook. Read more and buy at Take Control Books.