Why is Adobe RGB included in desktop monitors marketed to designers and photographers? Should you buy a display that supports it?
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When is a photograph no longer a photograph? How important is realism and authenticity in new world of artificial intelligence?
Clarity can make a big difference when editing raw images, but only if you know how it works and when to use it. Here's what you need to know.
Tools and tips to get the best possible color out of your digital raw files in Adobe Lightroom, Lightroom Classic and Camera Raw
Exploring why some color images work in black and white and others do not, shooting and editing black and white, and more
Tired of building the same masks every time you edit a raw file in Adobe Lightroom or Camera Raw? Me too. I'll also show you how to build your own.
A not-so-elegant (but functional!) solution for backing up photos and videos to external hard drives without a desktop or laptop computer
I've received a number of emails and comments about Capture One, for a couple of years ago I was an enthusiastic "switcher" from Adobe Lightroom Classic after years of editing raw images using the latter. I also produced a number of videos about Capture One; touting its fantastic raw photo
Thoughts about new features and functionality that may (or may not) be coming to Adobe Lightroom, Lightroom Classic and Camera Raw
In the world of cinematography there's a common lighting technique known as motivated lighting. It's a method where artificial lights augment, accentuate, or emulate the appearance of natural light. Here's an example borrowed from the excellent @filmlights Instagram account (give them a follow if you're into this kind of thing)
Common signs of raw photos edited with too little or too much effort, plus how you check your progress for problem signs.