I’m thrilled to announce that my Lightroom 5 book, Lightroom 5: Streamlining Your Digital Photography Process, is available and shipping! In fact it seems to have reached many of you…
I’m very excited about an opportunity to team up with my friends at The Digital Photo Workshops! The first workshop is a trip to Death Valley. This is a brand new location for me and I really can’t wait to get there.
I have a couple of new Lightroom 4 Beta resources that were recently published. The first is My Top10 Reasons to Check Out Lightroom 4 Beta over at Peachpit.com, and the second is a feature article in the February issue of Photoshop User Magazine that just hit my mailbox yesterday.
OK, I’m sure you are curious about jumping into the driver’s seat and giving this new version of Lightroom a few laps around the block. There’s a lot of cool stuff in here, and if you have been using Lightroom for awhile you should feel very much at home, but there are a few things I want to mention before you go too far.
There comes giddy a time in every Lightroom user’s life when you will purchase a new computer. I’ve broken out the components you need to consider to get from old to new with a minimum amount of angst and a maximum amount of control.
I’ve had a chance to play around with a pre-release version of Adobe’s new platform for viewing, sharing and editing your photos across any number of supported (Mac only at the moment) devices. I thought it might be helpful to share some of my impressions and how I’ve come to use this platform within my existing photo workflow.