Month: October 2021

Terry White dives deeper into the new re-envisioned masking workflow. He shares just some examples of powerful combinations that can achieve more complex and accurate selections using features like subtract, add, select, duplicate, invert, intersect, select sky, select subject, and more. Powered by Adobe-Sensei AI technology. Follow Lightroom: http://facebook.com/Lightroom Tweets by Lightroom http://instagram.com/Lightroom
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Now that Nikon’s Z9 has launched into the mirrorless world, the biggest question is how it stacks up against the competition. And while it’s a seriously impressive camera, the same can be said about other cameras on the market today. Perhaps the biggest competitor to the Nikon Z9 is the Sony A1. Nikon Z9 versus
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Julieanne Kost shares a basic overview of the new re-envisioned masking workflow and capabilities available now in Lightroom Classic. The updated selective edits enable more complex and accurate selections with multiple masks, including utilizing color and luminance masks. Powered by Adobe-Sensei AI technology. Follow Lightroom: http://facebook.com/Lightroom Tweets by Lightroom http://instagram.com/Lightroom
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Now that Sony has announced the A7 IV, a lot of photographers are wondering what it brings to the table compared to the previous generation A7 III. Sony is still selling the A7 III new ($2000, compared to $2500 for the IV), which adds to the confusion. In this article, I’ll compare the specifications of
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It’s cold, and I’m shivering under the dark night sky. Out of breath from hiking up the mountain above 9,000 feet elevation, I set up my camera for a shot. I enjoy creating compositions of the night sky; composition is my favorite aspect of photography. I choose a horizontal view to include the arch of
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It’s fair to say that we’re living in the golden age of photo contests. Awards like World Press Photo and Pictures of the Year International have been around for generations, having recognized some of the most important photojournalists of the last century. Meanwhile, contests like the Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year or Nikon’s
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