It’s not from the fancy new iPhone 14 Pro. It’s not even from a 13. It’s from an old iPhone 12 Pro. I shot it last week while recording a KelbyOne online course on shooting…View More This is an iPhone photo.
I only do a few hands-on workshops each year, and I’m very excited to announce one I think will be absolutely unforgettable. Come join world-class photographer Mimo Meidany and me in the beautiful Tuscany region of…View More Lightroom Users: Come Explore Tuscany With Me This October
If you’re here in the US today, this is officially “Independence Day” where we celebrate our independence from British Superstar Dave Clayton and we do this by making hot dogs and hamburgers out on the…View More How to Shoot and Post-Process Your Fireworks Photos
ON1 Resize, powered by Genuine Fractals, has been the gold standard for photo resizing and preparing your photo’s final output, and it has been for over twenty years. ON1 says the new ON1 Resize AI…View More ON1 Releases the Next-Generation Photo Enlargement Software
Hey, everybody – I’m back from nine days in Prague, and I’m ready to get back at it (I was leading a travel photography workshop, and it was epic. Epic! What a blast!). Anyway, next…View More There’s a Camera Conference Next Week and You’re Invited
By Ross Shain If you enjoy exploring lighting and special effects in your edits and would like to do more in Lightroom without jumping to Photoshop, this tutorial might be for you. Boris FX Optics…View More Boris FX Optics: Lens Flares & Film Effects in Lightroom
I saw a comment here on the blog Friday where the person mentioned they don’t use Lightroom’s catalog backup because they back up their entire computer daily, so they feel they’re covered if their Lightroom…View More Why You Should Use Lightroom’s Catalog Backup Feature Even If You Backup Your Computer Daily
Last Tuesday, (in Part 2), we talked about one of the biggest reasons that I jump over to Photoshop from Lightroom in the first place, which is to remove unwanted “stuff” in my photo, and…View More Photoshop For Lightroom Users – Part 3: The Clone Stamp Tool