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ASUS’ New 1600-nit 4K ProArt Display Challenges Apple’s Pro Display XDR – Photography Article

Apple made a big splash with their Pro Display XDR, promising unmatched performance for creative professionals, but “unmatched” might no longer apply. ASUS just unveiled a new lineup of ProArt Displays at IFA 2019, including a beastly 32-inch, 1600-nit 4K HDR display that promises to go step-for-step with Apple. The ProArt Display PA32UCG is “the world’s first HDR 1600 and 120Hz variable-refresh rate professional display,” matching the Apple display’s blinding peak brightness of 1600 nits while increasing the refresh rate…

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Building The Ultimate Photo Editing Workstation – Photography Article

Building a solid workstation is critical to photographers and retouchers. We find ourselves sitting at the desk for 7-10 hours a day to meet deadlines. If you dread going to your editing station, it can make post-processing a chore that you don’t look forward to, which means delayed deadlines and unhappy clients. I made up my mind to build the dream station where I look forward to spending hours on end sitting at. In the above video I showcase my…

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Why I Don’t Use Global Sliders in Lightroom – Photography Article

When you use Lightroom, do you edit globally or locally? Many (possibly most) people use the global editing sliders liberally when processing an image. But landscape photographer Thomas Heaton‘s most recent video makes a good case for using mostly local adjustments and leaving those global sliders alone. In a video released this past weekend, Heaton shows his viewers how his Lightroom workflow has slowly but surely evolved to include only two or three global adjustments in total. Instead, he recommends…

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  Artistic Adventurer – Teri Lou: Night iPhone Photography Comparison – iPhone Photography Article

Since ProCamera just released the in-app purchase ‘LowLight+’ I went to the Portland Winter Light Festival to capture some comparisons between different camera apps.I am the visual comparison type, not the technical type so this comparison is purely visual for you to decide for yourself what image you like better. If you want to find out how the different apps are technically capturing the image I am sure there is plenty of opportunities to find out through a Google search.The…

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