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Whether you're looking for the insight on the latest imaging software or a program to manage your digital assets, our photography software reviews have it covered. Explore the latest trends in digital darkroom software and techniques here.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Photoshop CS5: What’s In It For You

As the newest update to the pro standard enters the creative marketplace, we look at how some of the new features will affect professional photographers

Photoshop CS5: What’s In It For YouFor professional photographers, having the latest version of Photoshop is a good idea.  Read More...

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

DPP Solutions: Fast, Easy Videos

Animoto is a web-based application that gives you a chance to make a dynamic video from still shots and motion clips. For a minimum amount of time and energy, you can reap the rewards of a new product for your clients.

DPP Solutions: Fast, Easy VideosWe recently had a conference call with a company that has a very cool application for professionals.  Read More...

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Photoshop At 20

Insiders at Adobe discuss the evolution of software that has become as vital to photography as a lens

Photoshop At 20For photographers today, it seems the word “Photoshop” is the very definition of ubiquity.  Read More...

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

DPP Solutions: Get The Hyperreal Look

The most powerful software that you haven’t heard of just might be Lucis Pro 6.0

DPP Solutions: Get The Hyperreal LookOne of the hottest looks going right now is the HDR look. Sometimes it’s called hyperreal, tone-mapped or just gritty.  Read More...

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

A Brief Guide To HDR Photography

High-dynamic-range photography has caught on like wildfire, and now with DSLRs capable of creating HDR images automatically, it’s time to revisit this hot trend

A Brief Guide To HDR PhotographyIf you go to the beach at sunset and see a brilliant sunset, what do you see? You clearly see the detail in the sand, in the sky and can enjoy the sunset.  Read More...

Monday, November 9, 2009

Managing Your Photographic Legacy: Part I

Taking a long-term perspective on creating your digital archive

Managing Your Photographic Legacy: Part IBy now, all of us know that photography changed forever the moment we began to capture our pictures digitally rather than on film. Overnight, film was dead for most of us, and every exposure made after that had to be imported into the computer before it could be viewed at all.  Read More...

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Color Space In Black-And-White

What is a color space, which options are best to use, and how can you make your own custom profiles to get the most out of your chosen color space?

Color Space In Black-And-WhiteThe subject of color space in digital photography seems to attract lots of controversy and very little consensus, which is unfortunate considering just how important your choice of color space is when it comes to producing the best photographic images.  Read More...

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Hi-Tech Studio: Plug-Ins For The Professional

Tools to help you streamline your workflow and get your images into delivery shape quickly and efficiently

Hi-Tech Studio: Plug-Ins For The ProfessionalPlug-ins first made their appearance as bolt-on additions for Photoshop. Because certain other image-editing software used the same plug-in architecture, compatibility spread. Later, Apple opened the Aperture architecture to third-party plug-ins, and their proliferation became even more widespread.   Read More...

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

The High Pass Filter

In the ongoing search for new techniques that will give your images a unique look and set them apart from the competition, the High Pass Filter can be another valuable tool for your business

The High Pass FilterFour decades as a photographer scroll easily through my mind as an ongoing loop of “new” techniques. In the late ’60s, posterizing was the hottest thing in the UCLA darkroom. Our student projects overflowed with starkly contrasting black-and-white images that took their lead from advertising and design photos worldwide. Cross-processing, infrared film, solarization and turbo filters—each technique had its time.  Read More...


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