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  • How to move your iPhoto photos into Lightroom

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    Technology for Media
    15 Mar 2015 | 4:06 pm
    Moving from iPhoto to Lightroom is now so easy. Learn some tips for using Adobe Lightroom’s built in tool for moving your photos over and then watch the video to see how. Adobe made this great built in tool called a plug-in to get your Aperture or iPhoto photos into Lightroom. They know people are moving over as iPhoto and Aperture will no longer be supported or sold by Apple. What will happen with my photos?  Case 1:  For most folks, your photos are inside your iPhoto library. If you’re like most folks who use iPhoto then your photos have been “managed” by iPhoto itself.
  • Why I Chose Capture One Pro v8 and Abandoned Aperture 3 (Part 1 of 2)

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    PhotoApps.Expert
    30 Mar 2015 | 12:00 pm
    In part one of analysis, I compare many aspects of Aperture to Capture One, and highlight my reasons for moving to Capture One Pro v8. Tags: ApertureCapture One Pro 8RAW ConversionComparison
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    16 Mar 2015 | 7:36 am
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  • Why I Chose Capture One Pro v8 and Abandoned Aperture 3 (Part 1 of 2)

    PhotoApps.Expert
    30 Mar 2015 | 12:00 pm
    In part one of analysis, I compare many aspects of Aperture to Capture One, and highlight my reasons for moving to Capture One Pro v8. Tags: ApertureCapture One Pro 8RAW ConversionComparison
  • Backblaze 4.0 Released — Your Friendly Backup Reminder!

    PhotoApps.Expert
    27 Mar 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Backblaze has received another major update which could prove to speed up backups dramatically, especially for those over 500 miles away from their datacenter in Sacramento, California. Tags: BackupBackblazeApp Announcements, Updates & News
  • Capture One Pro 8.2 Update

    PhotoApps.Expert
    25 Mar 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Capture One Pro was recently updated to 8.2. The headline for the app claims that it’s the “Most advanced color grading options of any RAW converter”. Sounds good to me! Click through to read more and watch their promotional videos. Tags: Capture OneApp Announcements, Updates & News
  • Your Aperture Files Imported into Capture One Pro 8; the Good, the Bad and the Missing

    PhotoApps.Expert
    23 Mar 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Capture One Pro 8 allows you to import and Aperture library — adjustments and all. This article gives you a brief overview of what you can and cannot expect Capture One to do with your Aperture images once they are imported. Tags: Capture OneComparisonRAW
  • Migrating Metadata from Aperture to Lightroom

    PhotoApps.Expert
    20 Mar 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Like others, I am evaluating which direction to migrate my Aperture libraries. I have been testing PhaseOne Capture One Pro and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. Both applications offer migration paths for ingesting Aperture libraries, but neither application does the job perfectly. It is important to me that all of the IPTC metadata and keywords are transferred. In this article I demonstrate four different methods that I tested with Lightroom for transferring this information and provide the results of each test. Tags: ApertureLightroomTransferMetadata
 
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    Capture & Snap
    16 Mar 2015 | 7:36 am
  • A sampler of male dragonfly claspers (Part 1)

    waltersanford
    16 Mar 2015 | 3:00 am
    All male dragonflies have three terminal appendages, collectively called “claspers,” that are used t
  • The Art of Microphotography

    adaevans
    15 Mar 2015 | 4:21 pm
    Taking photographs is an art, and when you take a picture of something small, it’s your job to see it as something huge and tell a story with it. It doesn’t have to be a big, long story, but someone should wonder about it. To do this is so much harder with microphotography. The two most important factors are focusing on detail and aperture. If the picture is not focused, then you will not have the detail that will make it interesting. Then, you get to decide how you want the background. It can be blurred or focused or slightly focused. Having the background blurred to simple…
  • How to move your iPhoto photos into Lightroom

    Technology for Media
    15 Mar 2015 | 4:06 pm
    Moving from iPhoto to Lightroom is now so easy. Learn some tips for using Adobe Lightroom’s built in tool for moving your photos over and then watch the video to see how. Adobe made this great built in tool called a plug-in to get your Aperture or iPhoto photos into Lightroom. They know people are moving over as iPhoto and Aperture will no longer be supported or sold by Apple. What will happen with my photos?  Case 1:  For most folks, your photos are inside your iPhoto library. If you’re like most folks who use iPhoto then your photos have been “managed” by iPhoto itself.
  • Sometimes Getting the Most Light, is Not Light

    view2013
    15 Mar 2015 | 2:29 pm
    In photography it’s all about the light.  Without light we can take no photos, it’s that simple.  It doesn’t matter if you are using studio light, natural light, or inside ambient light.  Photography is all about the light.  I know, I know, you also need something to be taking photos of.  But, and trust me on this, the best subject in the world will not show up in your photo without light. This of course leads the discussion directly to lenses.  Lenses are classified in two main ways.  By their focal length, and by their light gathering ability.  There are of course…
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