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A Closer Look at Lightroom’s New and Improved Profiles

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With the release of Lightroom 7.3, the entire ecosystem (Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic, the Lightroom Mobile Apps) receives access to the updated “Camera Profiles” (now just called “Profiles”). If you weren’t using profiles before, you probably should have been. Switching from “Adobe Standard” to “Camera Standard” was usually a good ...

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MIOPS Splash is a Water Drop Kit for Perfect Splash Photos

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Camera trigger manufacturer MIOPS has announced the new MIOPS Splash, a water drop kit that helps photographers consistently capture picture-perfect splash photos. The MIOPS Splash is a tiny standalone device that can be controlled using a smartphone, and you won’t need any additional camera triggers to get started with this ...

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The Best Photography April Fools’ Jokes of 2018

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April Fools’ Day rolled through on a Sunday this year, but there was no shortage of tongue-in-cheek stories published in the world of photography. Here’s a roundup of some of the best jokes put out by companies and publications. Extreme Lunar Landscapes Photography Workshop Aperture Academy announced a new landscape ...

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This Photographer Restores Forgotten Veterans’ Tombstones

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Nearly 10 years ago, photography enthusiast Andrew Lumish visited an old cemetery in Tampa, Florida, to shoot photos of historic graves. He was struck by how derelict some of the veterans’ forgotten headstones were… so he decided to do something about it. Lumish put down his camera and began visiting ...

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