When you are out photographing nature there are times when the dynamic range is far greater than your camera can handle. However, you can take a few images at different exposures and blend them together using Lightroom's HDR feature, and here's how.
After returning from a trip to Jupiter Beach this past weekend I was excited to dig into the images. Last year I upgraded my computer and at the start of 2018 I began a fresh new Lightroom Catalog just to ensure I had the best experience editing.
My report is... Lightroom Classic CC is still painfully slow. Really??? YES, really!
With every image I process within lightroom I start with global development and then move on to specific selective finishing. This video will take you through the Global Editing and will help you make a dramtaic difference in your image development.
The company OnOne is releasing the beta version of their Photo Raw 2018. This version has panoramic stitching, HDR, Masking Tools, and Versions (like virtual copies in Lightroom). This software is a non destructive camera RAW editor much like Adobe Lightroom and has been evolving for some time. However, it has been lacking in may key features which may be addressed in their 2018 version.
As an individual who is really tired of how slow Lightroom has become I may give this beta a go. My first thoughts are I'll never switch but I said the same thing about digital cameras back in the film days. It is worth a fair shake especially if it solves a problem.
What do you all think?
Is Adobe taking too long to fix their slowness issue with Lightroom? (it's been two years since a major update Adobe... come on!)
Is there room for competition in the photo finishing side of photography?
Find out more about the beta which is released for free October 6th, 2017: https://www.on1.com/promo/live-event/ (live event today October 3rd, 2017)