3-2-1 Backup Strategy

The Number One Reason to Backup Your Photos!

“About half of all computer users either know someone or they themselves have recently lost photos or data.”

After two completely different experiences this year, one of which happened just this week, I’m writing about why backup of photos (and other files!) is so critical. Actually, to be safe, you’ll want to have three copies: one on your computer, one on a backup drive locally (in your location – traveling with you, home, office, etc.) and one in the cloud (AKA online). It’s called the 3-2-1 backup strategy and

By |2020-05-28T18:10:23+00:00October 8th, 2018|Backup Systems|0 Comments

Another batch of updates for Lightroom CC and Classic

Adobe CC Lightroom UpdatesAs of Tuesday morning, Adobe has released another batch of updates for Lightroom CC and Classic, Lightroom CC version 1.3 and Lightroom Classic CC version 7.3, just two short months from the last batch of updates! Additionally, the Lightroom versions for both iOS and Android have been updated with significant enhancements.

The big focus of these updates are with Profiles — more about those below. Beyond Profiles, most of the updates and changes are incremental and/or community specific requests. Below is a quick run down of the changes for each platform

December Updates for Lightroom CC & Classic

Lightroom CC (1.1), Lightroom Classic CC (7.1), Lightroom iOS Android mobile Apps and ACR

 

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Hot on the heels of the official release of Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic CC, Adobe is releasing a full version updates for both of their flagship photography programs. This is an important update as both programs have been plagued with bugs, reports of unsupported camera files as well as a number of key usability issues.

You can read the full, official post here on Adobe’s

A Lightroom Tethering Tip For Nikon Users

At last night’s special NYC Lightroom Meetup we had Adobe Evangelist Terry White as our guest speaker. He presented a Lightroom tethering tip for Nikon users that I really appreciated – he discovered that Lightroom slows Nikons to a crawl when tethering if it has a memory card in it with lots of captures. It’s going to look like no camera is connected…

Lightroom No Camera Detected It looks like there is no camera, but Lightroom is actually very busy reviewing all

By |2015-03-11T10:09:54+00:00March 11th, 2015|Adobe Lightroom Classic, How To's, Nikon|18 Comments

Why Lightroom?

...consider Lightroom as a digital gateway drug. Photoshop might come later, once you’re hooked. You may actually become quite enamored with Lightroom and decide to completely forego Photoshop altogether. Many do. You may even decide make Lightroom a verb.

By |2014-05-13T22:32:05+00:00May 13th, 2014|Adobe Lightroom|0 Comments