Our thoughts on the new mirrorless flagship from Nikon
This week, Nikon announced the development of the Z9 mirrorless camera. Although specs were scarce, there are a few things we can infer from the product announcement. Adobe released a new update to Camera Raw, which offers a new feature called “super resolution.” This enables ACR (and soon, Lightroom) users to double the linear pixel dimensions of their images while preserving a raw format. Our experiments with Super Resolution suggest that it has a lot of potential in the future for working with highly-cropped images or photos captured with lower-resolution cameras.
While Adobe Lightroom Classic is a powerful image editor and workflow management tool by itself, there are certain things that it cannot do. To go beyond Lightroom, you need a pixel editor such as Adobe Photoshop. In this live online class, I will teach you the fundamental Adobe Photoshop techniques you need to pair it with Lightroom.
When: Sunday, February 14th, 2021 Time: 10am-1pm US Mountain Time (UTC -7)
This cool floating frame effect is easy to create in Photoshop CC
I sometimes like to present my photos online with a nice “floating” effect. It’s easy to do in Adobe Photoshop, which is included when you subscribe to Adobe Lightroom Classic CC. Here’s how you do it:
Adobe Photoshop used to be one of those software applications that only the pros could afford (or justify purchasing). However, now that Photoshop is included with the Adobe Photography Subscription, which is how many of us get their copy of Lightroom, it might be a good time to see what this powerful software can do for your photographs.
I’m teaching two classes this month that will utilize Adobe Photoshop to do things that you cannot do in Lightroom. All participants will receive a printable PDF notes companion.