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Adjusting for Daylight Savings After the Fact in Lightroom

Each time I experience the biannual shift in time for Daylight Saving, I hear reminders to change the batteries in our smoke detectors, but no one reminds photographers to also change the time in their cameras. Capture time may not be as important as functioning smoke detectors, but having the wrong time in your cameraContinue Reading »

What Colors Do You See?

I had a conversation with a commercial photographer friend yesterday that got me thinking about color blindness and photography. Color perception is something many of us take for granted, but you would be surprised at how many people suffer from some form of color perception deficiency (commonly called color blindness). For many people this hasContinue Reading »

A Reader Changed My Mind About DNG

In the past when discussing Adobe’s DNG format in Basic Lightroom classes and books, I would say converting to DNG during import poses little risk. No data is lost and the DNG format has all the Lightroom editing capabilities of the original raw format. I recommended this because an advantage of DNG is that LightroomContinue Reading »