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Adobe just posted some information regarding the compatibility of the not-yet-released Lightroom 6, and operating systems for Mac and Windows. To read the update, go here. In summary, Lightroom 6 will require that your OS (Operating System) is up-to-date with a recent versions of Mac or Windows. Here’s what you will need in order to run Lightroom 6 (when it […]

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It’s a new year, and that means updating your copyright information! For photographers, this oftentimes means making updates in more than one place, like your Camera, post-processing software (such as Adobe Lightroom), and possibly your website. On Your Camera All camera models will be a little different, but they should each have a place to enter your […]

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Adobe announced a simple update to their Camera Raw, which affects Photoshop and Lightroom! It’s a pretty light package that adds a slew of support for new lenses and a couple new cameras. Also, there’s a couple bugs that’ll be squished with the installation of this update. And here’s the meat and potatoes of the […]

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Apple seems to be picking up its pace on Raw file format updates.  This makes two updates in about a month. This new update is somewhat small, but addresses three specific use scenarios. Available to download is the Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 4.09.  Just click the Apple menu and choose Software Update…. You can […]

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The new Photoshop CC just dropped.  I’ve had a chance to review the new features and wanted to post about the ones that should matter most to photographers UPDATE: A 14.1.1 Update just shipped to address bugs in 14.1 Camera Shake Reduction Improvements The user interface has been tweaked a bit to give productivity gains. […]

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Follow Rich on Twitter If you’re a Mac user, two new camera updates have shipped. OS X Mountain Lion provides system-level support for digital camera RAW formats.  In order to use these files, you can access them through Aperture or iPhoto on your Mac.  You can also browse at the system level looking through folders. Supported by […]

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