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  • Speeding up images in Develop

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    seanmcfoto
    26 Aug 2014 | 8:40 pm
    Julie Kmoch from the Lightroom Team has weighed in on a discussion on the Adobe Forums relating to slowness in Lightroom Develop: “Wait – let me explain what we found first as this may help others. The pattern you need to be most careful of in using Lightroom: lots and lots of brushing or spot heals are what typically cause problems. Remember that Lightroom has to re-apply every edit you make every time it renders a photo. And we render with every slider change, every crop, etc. The more local corrections you have, the ‘heavier’ the photo gets. This is different from…
  • Lightroom 5.6, Camera Raw 8.6 and DNG Convertor 8.6 now available.

    Lightroom Blog
    seanmcfoto
    30 Jul 2014 | 10:10 pm
    Lightroom 5.6, Camera Raw 8.6 and DNG Convertor 8.6 now available from Adobe.com or via their update mechanisms. This release gives camera support for the Nikon D810, Panasonic LUMIX AG-GH4 & LUMIX DMC-FZ1000. 22 new Lens Profiles have been added, including the new Canon 16-35 f4L IS, with bulk of the others being for Sony Alpha. In addition there are many bug fixes including: Custom Sort Order Collections could prevent sync with Lightroom mobile on occasion. Star Ratings from imported Camera Roll photos in Lightroom mobile didn’t sync properly to the desktop. Star ratings from…
  • Never Lose Access to Lightroom!

    Lightroom and Photoshop Tutorials, Tips, and Training
    Laura Shoe
    11 Jul 2014 | 2:02 pm
    Adobe’s Creative Cloud Photography Program subscription for $9.99/month is a great deal in my opinion, based on what you get: Always up-to-date versions of Lightroom and Photoshop (no need to pay more to upgrade to Lightroom’s next major upgrade when it comes out!) Syncing to Lightroom mobile for the iPad and iPhone (and Android sometime this year) 2 GB of cloud storage A Behance.net pro account However, potential subscribers and users of Lightroom have had a major concern – if you stopped paying, you could lose access not only to Lightroom, but also to your Lightroom…
  • Special “This Weekend Only” Deal For My Readers on a 15″ Toshiba Laptop

    Photoshop Insider
    Scott Kelby
    28 Aug 2014 | 10:42 pm
    Every once in a while we’re able to snag a special deal for folks who read my blog, and this one is pretty sweet if you’re looking for a pimped-out PC laptop. Here’s the deal:The full specs are on their site, but it’s a 15.6″ Toshiba laptop with a 4K touchscreen display, and it comes with Lightroom, it runs Windows 8, it’s got 16GB of Ram, a 1-TB hard Drive and you get for just $1299The retail price is $1799, and there’s already a $200 off promo, but we have an exclusive $300 additional code so my readers get a total of $500 off (sweet!) but the deal…
  • VIDEO: Smart Collection Tip on Automatically Sorting Your Photos

    Lightroom Killer Tips
    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    28 Aug 2014 | 7:35 am
    Yesterday, I wrote a post about 3 features that I’d love to see in Lightroom (but probably won’t). They’re 3 features that I think I’d use, but I’m not so sure the masses would and it would be worth the development effort on Adobe’s time. Well, as I wrote the post, I realized a way that I could sort of do one of the features I was looking for. See, I often import some photos in to Lightroom and just start editing. I know I’m supposed to go through and flag/rate them right away, but sometimes I don’t have the time or I just really want to see one…
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  • VIDEO: Smart Collection Tip on Automatically Sorting Your Photos

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    28 Aug 2014 | 7:35 am
    Yesterday, I wrote a post about 3 features that I’d love to see in Lightroom (but probably won’t). They’re 3 features that I think I’d use, but I’m not so sure the masses would and it would be worth the development effort on Adobe’s time. Well, as I wrote the post, I realized a way that I could sort of do one of the features I was looking for. See, I often import some photos in to Lightroom and just start editing. I know I’m supposed to go through and flag/rate them right away, but sometimes I don’t have the time or I just really want to see one…
  • 3 Features I Don’t Think We’ll Ever See in Lightroom (But I’d like to)

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    26 Aug 2014 | 11:01 pm
    I’m sure we all have features we’d like to see in Lightroom (or lots of other programs too). And sometimes those features are so meaningful to us that we have no idea why everyone else doesn’t think so too. Well, my post is coming from a different place. I’m fully aware that these features are fairly random and probably only just applicable to me. They’re so specific that I actually don’t think we’ll ever see these features in Lightroom, but I thought it would be kinda fun to throw ‘em out there. Here goes: 1) Auto Flag in Develop –…
  • The Top 5 Ways I Use My Wacom Tablet with Lightroom

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    18 Aug 2014 | 11:01 pm
    I always try to sit down and think up things that have become totally vital to my Lightroom workflow. Sometimes those things are right inside Lightroom, but I have to say if there’s one non-Lightroom thing that I can’t live without for my photos, it’s my Wacom tablet. No joke. I know I shouldn’t have to say this, but Wacom doesn’t pay me a penny to write about them. And honestly, if you don’t own a tablet then this post isn’t even for you because it’s probably hard for you to envision where you’d use the tips/settings I’m about to…
  • LIGHTROOM TIP: Organizing Collections From Folders

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    14 Aug 2014 | 11:01 pm
    Hey everyone. Sorry for being away lately. If you follow my personal blog (if you’re in to landscape photography I hope you do), I posted that I was going to be gone for a week filming a Landscape Photography at Mt. Rainier (outside of Seattle) class for KelbyOne. Well, I had no idea that I wouldn’t have any internet and cell service for most of the time. Anyway, I’m back in the office until Photoshop World and I wanted to get out a quick tip that I just learned this week… Side Note: I posted a recap of my photos from that trip in case you want to see it. Here’s…
  • NEWS: Lightroom 5.6 Update

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    31 Jul 2014 | 6:34 am
    Hey everyone! Adobe just released another “dot” update for Lightroom. We’re up to 5.6 now and it’s free to download. Just launch Lightroom, go to the Help menu and choose Check for Updates. There’s nothing really breathtaking in this one. It’s mostly a camera update (the Nikon D810 is now included as well as a couple of Panasonic cameras) and a few bug fixes. Oh and lots of news lens profile support (especially with Sony’s lenses). You can see exactly what’s in the update and what bug fixes were addressed over on the Adobe Lightroom Journal…
 
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  • Speeding up images in Develop

    seanmcfoto
    26 Aug 2014 | 8:40 pm
    Julie Kmoch from the Lightroom Team has weighed in on a discussion on the Adobe Forums relating to slowness in Lightroom Develop: “Wait – let me explain what we found first as this may help others. The pattern you need to be most careful of in using Lightroom: lots and lots of brushing or spot heals are what typically cause problems. Remember that Lightroom has to re-apply every edit you make every time it renders a photo. And we render with every slider change, every crop, etc. The more local corrections you have, the ‘heavier’ the photo gets. This is different from…
  • Sorting your LRB gallery collections

    seanmcfoto
    4 Aug 2014 | 7:46 pm
    In the users guide and videos for LRB Exhibition and LRB Portfolio, I say to create a set of collections to gather your the photos for each gallery together, then to create a new collection of all the photos to create the site at the end. This video shows how to put the collections in the order you want in the main gallery collection quickly. Make sure to go for 1080HD for highest quality viewing.
  • Lightroom 5.6, Camera Raw 8.6 and DNG Convertor 8.6 now available.

    seanmcfoto
    30 Jul 2014 | 10:10 pm
    Lightroom 5.6, Camera Raw 8.6 and DNG Convertor 8.6 now available from Adobe.com or via their update mechanisms. This release gives camera support for the Nikon D810, Panasonic LUMIX AG-GH4 & LUMIX DMC-FZ1000. 22 new Lens Profiles have been added, including the new Canon 16-35 f4L IS, with bulk of the others being for Sony Alpha. In addition there are many bug fixes including: Custom Sort Order Collections could prevent sync with Lightroom mobile on occasion. Star Ratings from imported Camera Roll photos in Lightroom mobile didn’t sync properly to the desktop. Star ratings from…
  • Clarity Volume 4 is out!

    seanmcfoto
    29 Jul 2014 | 10:52 am
    Clarity Volume 4 is out now! Featuring 73 pages of goodness with articles from yours truly, Piet Van den Eynde, Kevin Kubota & Dave Delnea amongst others. For my article, we’ve moved into Develop, and take an in-depth look at the Basic Panel. Other features include Food Photography, Hollywood Glamor, and making ‘Indoor Clouds’ with liquids. CLARITY is a bi-monthly eMagazine published in PDF format for maximum compatibility with a wide range of devices. There’s also a subscription offer giving 8 issues of the magazine. Issues 1-4 right now, with 5-8 as they…
  • After CC is gone.

    seanmcfoto
    10 Jul 2014 | 6:22 pm
    It’s been there since 5.5 came out, but wasn’t announced-perhaps because of the hubbub of all the other Creative Cloud announcements; You can continue to access your photos in Lightroom even if you cancel your Creative Cloud. Yes, you heard that right. You can still keyword, print, make websites, etc etc. What you can’t do is use Develop or Map. You can however still use Quick Develop and Presets. Mobile Sync to Lightroom mobile is off the cards too, as you need a subscription for that. Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski have a video about it: Victoria Bampton has a post over…
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  • Can i store images on dropbox rather than locally but still access them in lightroom?

    bigbarra1801
    29 Aug 2014 | 8:35 pm
    Hi, I am running out of space on my hard drive but given the recent increase in DropboxPro to 1TB of storage space I am wondering if its possible to move some of my image files to Dropbox and store them in a folder there that is not duplicated on my hard drive, but which I still have access to from Lightroom? I can copy files to a folder on Dropbox, delete them from my hard drive and then use selective sync in Dropbox to make sure that they are not synced with the hard drive so they are only stored on drop box and not locally. But I can't work out how to get Lightroom to find them in the new…
  • Newbie Nurvus

    nurvus
    29 Aug 2014 | 8:32 pm
    Hi guy's just purchased lightroom 5 updated to ver 5.6 Having a problem with importing photos from my CF card. Once my pictures are in lightroom, as a grid view I open one photo then it comes up full size but digitize all broken up. all 167 pictures are like that ????? I'm at a lost what is the problem and how can this be solved thanking you all in advance for input. nurvus :sad:
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    DOR D
    29 Aug 2014 | 8:16 pm
    I have been using Lightroom 4 for about a year, no issues. I opened it the other night and there is nothing there??? Where are all my pictures? I went on Laura Shoe's Lightroom forum before I found this one and she said to click File>Open Catalog, and navigate to it — it will be an .lrcat file. Once you highlight it and click on Select, Lightroom will relaunch with this catalog. Do I have to do this with every file and subfile I have? Will it bring in all of my adjustments previously done? This seems like a long process since I have any files. What the heck happened to my pictures? I do…
  • I'm back....need more HELP!

    msbrad
    29 Aug 2014 | 6:14 pm
    Hi- I'm the friend of Yorkiemom with the other issue and ... y'all helped and I was doing ok! :) moving right along....yesterday I was editing a photo in LR and a pop up showed up and said I needed to back up. I clicked it.....It went and it went and then.... ' ' ' ' the computer crashed! I tried : Ctrl/alt/delete ....>tasj mgr I tried to close the process... I had to hard re-boot twice [everything shut down] and today... when I tried to open LR I get. I tried the recover suggestions...nope. Should I: restore from a previous date or delete the program and start over? thank you. m Attached…
  • Can't import....?

    Sandoise
    29 Aug 2014 | 2:25 pm
    I can't get to the Import page. I'm in Library and have clicked on Import, but nothing happens. What dumb thing am I doing wrong this time?!
 
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  • Launchbar + Lightroom = Speedy Import

    Gene McCullagh
    17 Aug 2014 | 2:43 pm
    Application launchers have been around for some time now. As the number of applications grew and we collected more and more specialized programs it became tiresome to wander through a long list to find the application we wanted. On the Mac side of the world, Quicksilver was one of the earlier and more powerful launchers. Currently the two main Mac application launchers are Alfred and Launchbar. Both have their strengths and weaknesses. I have used both for a while and have decided I prefer Launchbar. With the release of version 6, Launchbar has gained many new features and stability. On the…
  • Get Your Site Running with CE4 and Lightroom

    Gene McCullagh
    19 Jul 2014 | 7:15 pm
    For many years now Lightroom has made it possible for you to create websites to showcase your images. The Web Module is an often overlooked part of the Lightroom experience. This may be so for any number of reasons. The heavy hitting modules ( Library Module  and Develop Module ) are where most photographers spend their time. The Web Module itself has always had more promise than delivery. Or, perhaps, users couldn't invest the time to learn how to manipulate the default Web Module assets. Whatever the cause, it has spawned more than a few third party plugins for Lightroom to make…
  • Lightroom, Model Releases, and the Cloud

    Gene McCullagh
    22 Jun 2014 | 6:25 pm
    Several months ago I wrote about how you can use Evernote and Lightroom together. (see Remember Everything: Lightroom and Evernote) Here is another way you can make Lightroom and Evernote help you with your workflow. Let Evernote hold your model releases and let Lightroom keep track of where they are. Lightroom has quite a few metadata fields in which you can store important information. But your Lightroom Catalog cannot hold PDF or other document files. This leaves the photographer to come up with a system to store model releases and link them up with the images they…
  • Using Adobe Illustrator with Lightroom

    Gene McCullagh
    17 May 2014 | 6:59 am
    Lightroom is very flexible when it comes to working with external editors. You probably already know that it will automatically detect if you have Photoshop installed and make that the default external editor. If you have other image editors like Pixelmator or Photoshop Elements you can add those as external editors too. Most of these pixel based editing programs will easily roundtrip back to Lightroom with a simple Save command.But sometimes you want to do things that most pixel based editors just can’t do (or at least can’t do well). One such artistic avenue is vector editing. That is…
  • Before/After - A New Video Series from Photography Concentrate

    Gene McCullagh
    4 May 2014 | 7:35 am
    You need a bookshelf. So you go to a large discount retailer near you and find a nice one. It comes in a box marked "Assembly Required." The next thing you know you have panels, shelves, and 122 assorted bits of hardware strewn across your floor while you ponder the mysteries of the instructions sheet.If you actually want a functional bookshelf then there isn't much room for creativity in this exercise. Bolt 24a attaches side panel C to shelf 2. Step by step. No deviations.But photography and Lightroom aren't like that. Sure, there are some things that need to be done in a certain…
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  • Special “This Weekend Only” Deal For My Readers on a 15″ Toshiba Laptop

    Scott Kelby
    28 Aug 2014 | 10:42 pm
    Every once in a while we’re able to snag a special deal for folks who read my blog, and this one is pretty sweet if you’re looking for a pimped-out PC laptop. Here’s the deal:The full specs are on their site, but it’s a 15.6″ Toshiba laptop with a 4K touchscreen display, and it comes with Lightroom, it runs Windows 8, it’s got 16GB of Ram, a 1-TB hard Drive and you get for just $1299The retail price is $1799, and there’s already a $200 off promo, but we have an exclusive $300 additional code so my readers get a total of $500 off (sweet!) but the deal…
  • It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

    Brad Moore
    27 Aug 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Aviation Photography: Warbirds and the Men Who Flew Them Join Moose Peterson, world-renowned wildlife and aviation photographer, alongside Scott Kelby, for a live webcast of the world premiere of Moose’s latest project. Together they’ll take us through this exhilarating documentary of two World War II pilots and the planes they loved and flew. Filmed on location with The Texas Flying Legends, this film beautifully captures the glory of these Warbirds in flight. You’ll experience the power and brilliant imagery of airplanes, such as P-51 Mustangs and B-25 Bombers, and you will see…
  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Jeremy Cowart!

    Brad Moore
    26 Aug 2014 | 9:01 pm
    For years now, I’ve always preached the importance and value of personal projects or personal work. The million dollar question that I always get asked is any variation of “How do I get work? How do I get to where you are? How do I make a living as a photographer?”Well, the best answer is personal work. The path to nearly every success story with famous photographers is personal work… some project that they started on their own that got discovered by an art director, then another, and so on.See, it’s not enough anymore to just take nice photos. Nearly anyone…
  • Some Quick Tuesday Stuff

    Scott Kelby
    25 Aug 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Above: iPhone shot of Bruno Mars in concert.Whew!!! What a busy travel week. On Saturday I snuck the wifey off to Vegas to see Bruno Mars in concert at the Chelsea in the Cosmopolitan Hotel (it was a surprise birthday present — her birthday was a few weeks ago), and we had an absolute blast! Bruno Mars’ show was just absolutely outstanding — one of the best concerts either of us had ever seen. Everything from the sound to the lights to the stage show was just spot on. What a talented guy!Anyway, here’s what’s up:Adobe Releases “Aperture to Lightroom…
  • I’m Bringing My “Shoot Like a Pro” Seminar to Swingin’ London Baby, Yeah!

    Scott Kelby
    25 Aug 2014 | 3:52 am
    Greetings from the Airport (well, I’m already on the plane, so “greetings from the Tarmac — I’m on my way to New York to shoot the US Open Tennis Tournament, which kicks off today. But first….I’m heading to London!!! When: Friday, 10, October Where: Conference Centre Westminster Tickets: Only 99£ at http://kelbyone.com/live/uk/ Earlybird Discount: Use the code Live10″ you save £10 — enough to buy me a pint. Why: Because I love Swingin’ London baby, yeah!PLUS: If you sign up now, you get my “Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it” full tour…
 
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  • “How Do I Save My Lightroom Work?”

    Laura Shoe
    7 Aug 2014 | 12:30 pm
    For those new to Lightroom, naturally you want to understand how to save your work. You’ll notice that the File menu in the menu bar suspiciously does not have “File Save” and “File Save As …” options. The short answer is that as you work in Lightroom – adding keywords, stars, flags and other metadata; developing your photos; creating collections and more, your work is being saved automatically, so there is no need to do a “save” before you wrap up your session. More on Saving and the Lightroom Catalog It’s worth understanding this…
  • Adobe Releases Lightroom 5.6

    Laura Shoe
    30 Jul 2014 | 10:35 pm
    Adobe has announced that Lightroom 5.6 is now available. This is a free update to Lightroom 5, with new camera support, new lens profiles, and bug fixes. If Lightroom doesn’t prompt you to update when you open it, go to Help > Check for Updates (or download the update directly from the links provided at the end of this article). Once the file downloads, double-click on it to run the installation wizard. Creative Cloud subscribers can also update through the CC desktop app. Note that it is always a good idea to back up your Lightroom catalog before updating. To do this, go to Edit…
  • Never Lose Access to Lightroom!

    Laura Shoe
    11 Jul 2014 | 2:02 pm
    Adobe’s Creative Cloud Photography Program subscription for $9.99/month is a great deal in my opinion, based on what you get: Always up-to-date versions of Lightroom and Photoshop (no need to pay more to upgrade to Lightroom’s next major upgrade when it comes out!) Syncing to Lightroom mobile for the iPad and iPhone (and Android sometime this year) 2 GB of cloud storage A Behance.net pro account However, potential subscribers and users of Lightroom have had a major concern – if you stopped paying, you could lose access not only to Lightroom, but also to your Lightroom…
  • Working with History and Viewing Before & After in Lightroom

    Laura Shoe
    3 Jul 2014 | 3:36 pm
    In this sample video tutorial from my Lightroom 5: The Fundamentals & Beyond video series, I show you all the different ways to view Before and After in Lightroom: Working with the History panel Using the “\” key Toggling on and off specific panel and tool work The Y/Y button I also show you how to change the definition of “Before” so you can compare any previous step to your current work. For best quality, hit Play, then click on the Youtube sprocket wheel in the bottom right and choose 720/HD.(For even better quality, consider purchasing the full series.) Check…
  • Adobe Releases Lightroom 5.5 with iPhone Mobile App

    Laura Shoe
    18 Jun 2014 | 11:15 am
    Today Adobe released Lightroom 5.5 along with Lightroom mobile for the iPhone. Along with the usual new camera support, new lens profiles, and bug fixes, the free Lightroom 5.5 update includes support for syncing with the new iPhone app, and a few other changes targeted at Lightroom mobile and Creative Cloud subscribers. Watch my video below to see the changes in action, or read on below the video for details. Creative Cloud subscribers: update through the CC app. Otherwise, to install the free update, if Lightroom doesn’t prompt you to update, go to Help>Check for Updates, download…
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  • VIDEO: Smart Collection Tip on Automatically Sorting Your Photos

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    28 Aug 2014 | 7:35 am
    Yesterday, I wrote a post about 3 features that I’d love to see in Lightroom (but probably won’t). They’re 3 features that I think I’d use, but I’m not so sure the masses would and it would be worth the development effort on Adobe’s time. Well, as I wrote the post, I realized a way that I could sort of do one of the features I was looking for. See, I often import some photos in to Lightroom and just start editing. I know I’m supposed to go through and flag/rate them right away, but sometimes I don’t have the time or I just really want to see one…
  • 3 Features I Don’t Think We’ll Ever See in Lightroom (But I’d like to)

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    26 Aug 2014 | 11:01 pm
    I’m sure we all have features we’d like to see in Lightroom (or lots of other programs too). And sometimes those features are so meaningful to us that we have no idea why everyone else doesn’t think so too. Well, my post is coming from a different place. I’m fully aware that these features are fairly random and probably only just applicable to me. They’re so specific that I actually don’t think we’ll ever see these features in Lightroom, but I thought it would be kinda fun to throw ‘em out there. Here goes: 1) Auto Flag in Develop –…
  • The Top 5 Ways I Use My Wacom Tablet with Lightroom

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    18 Aug 2014 | 11:01 pm
    I always try to sit down and think up things that have become totally vital to my Lightroom workflow. Sometimes those things are right inside Lightroom, but I have to say if there’s one non-Lightroom thing that I can’t live without for my photos, it’s my Wacom tablet. No joke. I know I shouldn’t have to say this, but Wacom doesn’t pay me a penny to write about them. And honestly, if you don’t own a tablet then this post isn’t even for you because it’s probably hard for you to envision where you’d use the tips/settings I’m about to…
  • LIGHTROOM TIP: Organizing Collections From Folders

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    14 Aug 2014 | 11:01 pm
    Hey everyone. Sorry for being away lately. If you follow my personal blog (if you’re in to landscape photography I hope you do), I posted that I was going to be gone for a week filming a Landscape Photography at Mt. Rainier (outside of Seattle) class for KelbyOne. Well, I had no idea that I wouldn’t have any internet and cell service for most of the time. Anyway, I’m back in the office until Photoshop World and I wanted to get out a quick tip that I just learned this week… Side Note: I posted a recap of my photos from that trip in case you want to see it. Here’s…
  • NEWS: Lightroom 5.6 Update

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    31 Jul 2014 | 6:34 am
    Hey everyone! Adobe just released another “dot” update for Lightroom. We’re up to 5.6 now and it’s free to download. Just launch Lightroom, go to the Help menu and choose Check for Updates. There’s nothing really breathtaking in this one. It’s mostly a camera update (the Nikon D810 is now included as well as a couple of Panasonic cameras) and a few bug fixes. Oh and lots of news lens profile support (especially with Sony’s lenses). You can see exactly what’s in the update and what bug fixes were addressed over on the Adobe Lightroom Journal…
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  • New Abstract Photograph: Untitled

    Nat Coalson
    29 Aug 2014 | 5:25 am
    Abstract photograph made in Paris, France. Vertical format features a thin vertical line in orange hues over a textured field of deep browns and blacks. Fine reproductions available in any size and on any material. Also available as mixed media Original on canvas, hand embellished with acrylic. Click the image or click here for a larger preview.
  • New Abstract Photograph: Eye of the Beholder

    Nat Coalson
    29 Aug 2014 | 5:21 am
    Abstract photograph made in Bristol, England features soft streaks of blurred purple, teal and gold hues over a circular form with subtle texture. Available as fine art prints on any material including mixed media Original on canvas, hand embellished with acrylic. Click the image or click here for a larger preview.
  • New Landscape Photograph: Dawn at Canyonlands

    Nat Coalson
    29 Aug 2014 | 5:13 am
    The rising sun illuminates the crests of sandstone canyons and spires in Canyonlands National Park, Utah. Fine art prints available. Click the image or click here for a larger preview.
  • New Nature Photograph: Indian Paintbrush

    Nat Coalson
    29 Aug 2014 | 5:08 am
    Scenic nature photograph of wildflowers in a high mountain meadow in the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado. Fine art prints available in any size and on any material. Click the image or click here for a larger preview.
  • Abstract art reception at Belmont Hotel

    Nat Coalson
    12 Aug 2014 | 11:59 pm
    In November 2013 we held a private viewing of my abstract art at the historic Belmont Hotel in Leicester, England. I’ve [finally] posted the photos of the event. Click the image or click here to see the gallery.
 
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