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Loupedeck is a New Console for Photo Editing in Lightroom


Ouch. Reviews don’t get much worse than starting with “The GoPro Karma is unquestionably, inarguably, unarguably, without a doubt, the worst drone I have ever flown.” And it only went downhill from there… (Warning: Strong language). I just got back from Batanes as part of a large group of bloggers ...

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Adobe Photoshop CC Adds a Universal Search Bar and More


Adobe announced an update to Photoshop CC today that brings a collection of new features and enhancements that photographers can use to improve the way they work. One of the main new features is the addition of a universal search bar. The In-App Search feature lets you search tools, panels, ...

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This Photographer Turned a Potato Into a Camera


Questions on the subject of lens choice are as limitless as lens choice itself. Show me 10 photographers and I’ll show you at least 11 divergent opinions on which lens is right for a particular type of photograph. After tasting some success selling their budget 50mm f/1.8 and 35mm f/2 ...

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CSSCO: Free VSCO-style Photo Filters Made with CSS


CSSCO is a new free and open source project that offers VSCO-style retro photo filters made and used entirely with CSS. This means that web designers can now upload an ordinary photo and then have it display with a non-destructive filter when viewed on a webpage, simply by adding the ...

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Yongnuo Releases Budget 100mm f/2 Lens for Canon, Costs Just $170


Martha Payne, a 9-year-old girl in Scotland, started her photoblog NeverSeconds as a writing exercise. With her school’s permission, she photographed her school meals and offered some commentary to go along with the pictures. The blog soon went viral, amassing millions of views and attracting the attention of Jamie Oliver. ...

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Facebook to Bring Face and Art Filters Like Snapchat and Prisma


Selective color, bad HDR, over-sharpening, we’ve all seen (and if we’re honest, probably made) these Photoshop mistakes… but are you sure you’re still not committing some Photoshop faux pas? In this video, Nate Dodson of TutVid covers 10 common novice mistakes you should avoid. I’m a big fan of the ...

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