Hey folks! I’m sorry I haven’t been posting as much, super busy with the video shoot we did recently, as well as the promotional stuff after, but I have plenty of articles coming soon.
I did have a new article come out on Digital Photography School this past week, discussing the newly released Adobe Lightroom 6/CC update. Lots of cool tidbits came with this upgrade, so delve into a bit of a summary on some of these features in this article, thanks for reading folks!
“The day is upon us, my friends; Lightroom CC is here. The latest update to Adobe’s excellent photo management tool has arrived, and as cliche as it sounds, it really does offer something for everyone.
While the updates won’t necessarily satisfy hardcore Aperture users (who are still licking their proverbial wounds), Lightroom 4/5 users can easily justify this upgrade as a satisfying mix of under the hood, and hands-on improvements.”
Read the entire article here:
So I’ve been listening to a lot of podcasts lately covering the forthcoming Photos.app from Apple, which essentially is an iPhoto replacement (but not an Aperture replacement), and I’m curious to those of you that have a photo post-processing workflow…what is it, and will it change or be affected by this new app?
We know Aperture is eventually going away, and Apple seems to be moving away from apps focused at professionals, and concentrating on the average consumer and prosumers instead (which seems to be a good financial move for the company).
For myself, I recently moved over to from iPhoto to Lightroom for my image management/metadata system, and use Photoshop for actual editing. I’m of the mind to keep my personal photos in iPhoto (and soon, Photos.app), since I have them synced in iCloud for use on my other iDevices.
What are your thoughts? Have a great week guys!