In this episode of “The Complete Picture,” Julieanne Kost demonstrates enhancing light in Adobe Lightroom’s Develop module to enhance your photographs using color and tonality to change the mood and atmosphere of an image. We all know that the goal is to capture the best photograph in camera, not enhancing light using post processing tricks, but […]

It looks like Brian Griffith has updated my favorite RAW converter, Iridient Developer, to work almost seamlessly now with Lightroom. This is fantastic news! Dublin fine art photographer and Lightroom presets developer Thomas Fitzgerald has done a very informative video above that walks you through how to setup both Adobe Lightroom and Iridient Developer. Being able to […]

Using Iridient Developer and Lightroom for Processing Fujifilm X-Trans Files from Thomas Fitzgerald on Vimeo. This fairly lengthy video tutorial shows Thomas Fitzgerald’s process and workflow for working with both Lightroom, and Iridient Developer to get the optimum quality from Fuji X-Trans files.   This is the same workflow that I use myself, Iridient Developer […]

From Photography Life: Longitudinal Chromatic Aberration Longitudinal Chromatic Aberration, also known as “LoCA” or “bokeh fringing”, occurs when different wavelengths of color do not converge at the same point after passing through a lens, as illustrated below: Lenses with Longitudinal Chromatic Aberration problems can show fringing around objects throughout the image, even in the center. […]

Uwe Steinmueller | 10-7-2013 From: Digital Outback Photo Integrating PhotoNinja With Lightroom, and how best to use it. Our standard image organizer and raw converter is Lightroom 5. But there are cases where we prefer to use other raw converters for some images and cameras. For our Nikon D800 and the Fuji X-Trans cameras we really like […]

We recently often photograph in small historic towns and capture images that show quite a bit of perspective distortions. Lets have a look how we can improve it in Lightroom 5. Here is a typical image: The new Upright tool in Lightroom 5 works often very well to improve the image. With such an image […]

As with previous versions of Lightroom Adobe, we’re launching a public beta of the new Lightroom 5 in order to get some final user feedback. Listed below are the main new features of Lightroom 5:   Library Smart Previews The basic idea is to allow smaller previews and still be able to allow full editing […]