editing

Timelapse editing competition WINNERS | Matthew Vandeputte – Time Lapse Photography Article

Timelapse editing competition WINNERS | Matthew Vandeputte A few weeks ago I launched my very first timelapse editing competition. Today I’m excited to announce the winners. In case you missed the competition: I gave anyone who entered 35 of my favourite London timelapse and hyperlapse clips to edit to a track I chose from Lickd.co Lickd is a commercial music licensing website. They are changing the video and music industry by allowing creators to license well known music for their…

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Printing Photos from Lightroom – David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

Printing Photos from Lightroom – David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor Out of the box, your monitor won’t likely match the color space you’ll use for printing like sRGB or Adobe RBG. That’s the reason your printed photos may not look even close to what you see on your monitor. Calibration helps you correct your monitor’s color space so you don’t get any surprises. There are some free downloadable apps to help you calibrate your monitor, like Calibrize, or the Lagom…

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How to Add Metadata to Your Photos – David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

How to Add Metadata to Your Photos – David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor Metadata files store three types of data about an image– Descriptive, Rights, and Administrative. Descriptive data: headlines, captions, keywords, persons in image, location, company creating the image, artwork, and product shown in image. Rights data: Identifies the creator of the image, the copyright (if it exists), credits, and underlying rights. The underlying rights may include commercial licensing information, and links to rights reserved under Creative Commons. Administrative data: Creation…

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Editing with Lightroom Desktop (and a Book Giveaway!) – Photography Article

Posted By Rob Sylvan on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 in Cloud-based Lightroom, Develop, Featured, Lightroom CC, Lightroom Ecosystem, Lightroom Only | This post is following up from last week’s look at the cloud-based Lightroom desktop app. Today I want to explore the editing workflow to see how similar, yet different it is from Lightroom Classic. I’m also super excited to announce that the update to my Lightroom Classic for Dummies book is finally out! To celebrate I’ve got two copies…

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Why Top Photographers Use Photoshop – Photography Article

Photo: Erik Valind Thanks to blogs like Photoshop Disasters and the many, many err in editing judgment it points out, use of the Adobe photo-editing software has become something of a punchline. But Photoshop itself isn’t the problem; it’s how the tool is used, and by whom. For professional photographers, Photoshop isn’t about warping bathroom mirror selfies — it’s about creating beautiful images with subtle (and sometimes not-so-subtle) alterations after the fact. Getting it right in-camera is the dream, sure…

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