We all love to get out to try and capture the spectacle of fireworks during the Fourth of July holiday. Sometimes we do better than others. And, sometimes we’ve done
Overnight, Adobe released updates to its photography ecosystem, including Lightroom Classic, Lightroom CC and Camera Raw. The updates contain a variety of improvements as well as support for new cameras
This morning at Adobe MAX, Adobe has announced some major updates to Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic CC. The updates to Lightroom CC focus on finding the photos you care
Want to open almost any image in Camera Raw? It turns out that you can! You can, in fact, open TIFF and JPEG files using the Camera Raw plug-in. Here’s
Working with Raw Files in Photoshop? One of the major benefits of shooting raw is an increased bit depth. If you don’t make these two change to your Photoshop Raw
Right there in Lightroom’s Develop module are two enigmatic sliders. Whites and Blacks. What do these two do? The word “clipping” in the title is a clue. These sliders set
This post started with an email from a friend, Carole, who I hadn’t heard from in… well, decades. She wondered if I still had the negatives from a shoot we
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Editor’s Note: Photoshop CC (2015) released today. We’ll have ongoing coverage of new features… but here’s a quick video about the top 5 features for all users. For complete details,
From time to time Adobe add a feature or two that seem to slip under the radar and this great feature seems to be one of them. Have you ever
I received my Sony a7II last Friday and immediately grabbed a lens to rifle off some test shots. I’ve already shared my thoughts on how solid of a camera it
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Adobe has just announced that the Release Candidate version of Camera Raw 8.7 and the standalone DNG Converter 8.7 are now available via Adobe Labs. Note, you won’t see this
In this quick tutorial, I show you three methods of correcting underexposed images in Photoshop, using Camera Raw, and Adjustment Layers.
If you shoot any imagery that contains glass you’re likely to run into the problem of reflections. Find out how to deal with reflections in post in this tutorial. Watch
I was honored to be the special guest on this week’s Photoshop Show (hosted by Jan Kabili, Ron Clifford and Dave Bell). They asked some great questions and tossed in
Yes, you can use Camera Raw within Photoshop to edit your videos! This short tip explains how easy it is! Follow Howard on | Subscribe on Disclaimer: This is just
“Why Can’t I Open Raw Files in My Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Lightroom?” This is a bit of a complex question as it really depends on a few things. Is
Adobe has posted a new Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw 8.5 plug-in. There are separate pages to download for both Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop CC customers from Adobe Labs. The update
New in Photoshop CC, users now have the ability to use Camera Raw as a filter! This not only means that its more readily accessible, but it can be used
Last week I told you about the next version of Photoshop Lightroom that was in the works. One of the things that excites me most is support for new cameras.