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Is Adobe tone-deaf or an ally to artists?
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Keeping your phone ready for photography

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Is Adobe Tone-Deaf or an Ally to Artists?

Is Adobe tone-deaf or an ally to artists?

With the release of Photoshop Camera, Adobe flexes some serious tech for consumers but at the expense of working artists. The smartphone camera completely transformed how the world communicates. For the first time, regular people can shoot, capture and share

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Keeping your phone ready for photography

The best camera to use is the one you have with you. You’ve heard it a million times, right? Treat your phone just like you treat your camera We keep our camera gear at the ready, don’t we? It’s cleaned,

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Adobe brings Direct Import to Lightroom on iOS

This morning Adobe announced its December updates, complete with the heavily anticipated Direct Import feature for iOS and iPadOS. This lets photographers import their photos directly into their Lightroom library without relying on a laptop or desktop, creating a truly

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Using Ultralight to process your mobile images

In this video, Seán Duggan walks us through the Ultralight iOS app for photography. For more LinkedIn Learning videos about photography, click here. Hey everybody welcome back to Mobile Photography Weekly, I’m Seán Duggan and this week we’re going to

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Look for the low-angle view in mobile photography

In this video, Seán Duggan explains how to get creative with low-angle views when you’re using a mobile phone for photography. For more LinkedIn Learning videos about photography, click here. Hey everybody, Sean here. Greetings from Nevada City, California. I’m

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Is Adobe Tone-Deaf or an Ally to Artists?

Is Adobe tone-deaf or an ally to artists?

With the release of Photoshop Camera, Adobe flexes some serious tech for consumers but at the expense of working artists. The smartphone camera completely transformed how the world communicates. For the first time, regular people can shoot, capture and share

Read More
mobile photography

Keeping your phone ready for photography

The best camera to use is the one you have with you. You’ve heard it a million times, right? Treat your phone just like you treat your camera We keep our camera gear at the ready, don’t we? It’s cleaned,

Read More
Lightroom-Updates

Adobe brings Direct Import to Lightroom on iOS

This morning Adobe announced its December updates, complete with the heavily anticipated Direct Import feature for iOS and iPadOS. This lets photographers import their photos directly into their Lightroom library without relying on a laptop or desktop, creating a truly

Read More
ultralight

Using Ultralight to process your mobile images

In this video, Seán Duggan walks us through the Ultralight iOS app for photography. For more LinkedIn Learning videos about photography, click here. Hey everybody welcome back to Mobile Photography Weekly, I’m Seán Duggan and this week we’re going to

Read More
low-angle-mobile

Look for the low-angle view in mobile photography

In this video, Seán Duggan explains how to get creative with low-angle views when you’re using a mobile phone for photography. For more LinkedIn Learning videos about photography, click here. Hey everybody, Sean here. Greetings from Nevada City, California. I’m

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ACDSee’s Mobile Sync is really cool

Transferring pictures between your phone and your computer is troublesome but often necessary. If you’re like me, then just because you shot a picture with your phone doesn’t mean you don’t want to use the best tools available on your

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