Tag: photography

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.

RAW Power for iOS Hands-On

RAW Power takes over from where Apple Photos leaves off when editing raw images. I look at the new iOS version for DPReview.

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.

Affinity Photo for iPad Review

As someone who’s been using the iPad for editing and working with photos since the very beginning, even I was surprised by how capable Affinity Photo for iPad is. The power of the iPad Pro makes a big difference, yes, but Serif has delivered a full-featured image editor that doesn’t feel compromised. Over at DPReview, ...

Math Is Hard, or, A Quick Look at Lightroom Pricing

People in a huff about the price of Adobe's Lightroom subscription plan are threatening to switch to Capture One Pro. Okay, but...

Looking at iPhone 8 Plus Auto HDR at DPReview

The Auto HDR feature in the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus works remarkably well. I write about it at DPReview.

iPhone 8 Plus Sample Gallery at DPReview

Take a look at how the iPhone 8 Plus camera performs.

Long Exposure Photos in iOS 11

At TidBITS, I write about how to use the Long Exposure effect in iPhone photos to get silky waterfall photos.