Tag: photography

Pike Place Market Photo Workshop in April

[Update: We had a great time shooting and editing photos at the market. I’m currently working on scheduling the next one. Interested? Send me an email to help me figure out the best date!] I’m leading a one-day photo workshop on April 21 at Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market, and a few spots are still ...

Alien Skin Exposure X3 Review

Exposure X3 is a good alternative to Adobe Lightroom, though I found a few quibbles. Read my review at DPReview.

Talking Take Control of Digital Photos on MacVoices

One of the bonuses of releasing a new book update is getting the chance to sit down with Chuck Joiner at MacVoices to talk about it.

Four Under-the-Radar Lightroom CC Features Worth Knowing

Adobe's new Lightroom CC isn't as full-featured as its older sibling Lightroom Classic CC, but it's more capable than you may think. At CreativePro.com, I write about four features that aren't obvious and which add a lot to the photo editor.

New Edition of Take Control of Your Digital Photos

I've published a new edition of Take Control of Your Digital Photos, plus an updated version of Take Control of Lightroom CC.

The Power of Lightroom Gradient Tools

My latest article for CreativePro.com looks at a set of underrated editing tools in Lightroom Classic and Lightroom CC: the gradient tools.

Loupedeck Review at Macworld

I review the Loupedeck, a physical control board for making edits to photos in Lightroom Classic CC.

Review of Cascable, a Remote Shutter App

Since writing the first edition of my book The iPad for Photographers, I’ve been interested in how apps can work with traditional cameras. Too often, it’s a bag of frustration. But not every time. Cascable is an app that focuses on controlling cameras that have Wi-Fi built in, which is a slowly growing number. With ...

Why Lightroom CC Is a Big Step Up from Apple’s Photos

Over at TidBITS, I compare the new Lightroom CC application to Apple's Photos.

Lightroom CC 1.1 Adds Curves, Split Toning

Lightroom CC 1.1 is out, with tone curves, split toning, a full screen view, and a new Adobe Sensei-based Auto feature.