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Daily Archives: August 9, 2017

How Lightroom Can Tell You What Lens You Should Buy


Lightroom has a feature that can help you use your photography metadata to make informed lens buying and upgrade decisions. In my personal case, Lightroom proved to me that I don’t need a 24-70mm lens. In this article, I’ll show you how. Here’s a candid portrait that I shot using ...

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Corel Unveils PaintShop Pro 2018 with More Speed, Sleekness, and Features


Corel today introduced PaintShop Pro 2018, the latest version of the Canadian company’s photo editing software. This new version brings a number of notable improvements that include performance boosts, user interface redesigns, and features added. In the area of performance, PaintShop Pro 2018 launches 50% faster than its predecessor and ...

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Indian Police Couple Fired for Faking Everest Climb with Photoshop


In September 2016, an Indian couple made international headlines after it was found that their photos “proving” they had reached Mount Everest’s summit had been faked using Photoshop. It turns out the husband and wife were both police officers in India, and they’ve just been fired after an investigation into ...

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Legendary NYC Street Photographer Arlene Gottfried Dies at 66


Legendary New York City street photographer Arlene Gottfried passed away yesterday due to complications from cancer. She was 66. Gottfried was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Her brother is the well-known comedian and voice actor Gilbert Gottfried, who’s best known for voicing the parrot Iago in Disney’s Aladdin ...

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