Tag: photo management

Take Control of Lightroom CC

I've published a new book! Take Control of Lightroom CC is all about Adobe's newest entrant into the Lightroom family of photo editor/organizers.

Talking New Digital Photos Book Edition on MacVoices

I talk to Chuck Joiner at MacVoices about what's new in Take Control of Your Digital Photos on a Mac v2.1, including how the book almost didn't happen.

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Review: Capture One Pro

When I wrote the Macworld review of Adobe Lightroom CC 2015, several people in the comments brought up Capture One Pro, another photo manager and editor with a loyal following. Macworld hadn’t ever reviewed it, so I pitched it to my great editors and they said yes. Read it here: Capture One Pro 8.3 review: ...

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My Review of Photos for OS X at Macworld

Apple dropped OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 today, and with it the release version of the new Photos for OS X. You can read my detailed review of the replacement for iPhoto and Aperture at Macworld here: Review: Photos for OS X is faster than iPhoto but less powerful than Aperture. If you like the work ...

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Interesting: Lightroom Can Be Used Free

Peter Krogh dug into the Lightroom terms of service and discovered that the software doesn’t completely shut down if your subscription lapses: But other than Develop and Map, everything else works. You can make new catalogs, add new photos, add keywords, make collections, books, web galleries, prints, slideshows, exports, published copies… Basically, you have Lightroom ...

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Take Control of Your Digital Photos Now at Apple and Amazon

The initial response to my latest book, Take Control of Your Digital Photos on a Mac, has been wonderful. Now I’m happy to see that the ebook is available from Apple’s iBooks Store and also from Amazon for the Kindle. When you buy from Take Control directly, you get versions that can be easily imported ...

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Chapter 9 of Take Control of Your Digital Photos Now Available

Here it is, the last chapter of my book Take Control of Your Digital Photos, available for free to TidBITS members: Move Photos from iPhoto to Aperture or Lightroom! Originally the book was going to be eight chapters, but thanks to feedback from readers, I wrote up the process of moving one’s library out of ...

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I talk about iPhoto on the latest Macworld podcast

http://www.macworld.com/article/2038751/creative-cloud-and-iphoto-improvements.html

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New Article: Four Things Apple Could Do to Improve iPhoto Right Now

http://www.macworld.com/article/2038415/four-things-apple-could-do-to-improve-iphoto-right-now.html