Monthly Archives: January 2013

Adobe CS6 Photoshop Update 13.1.2 / 13.0.4

No noticeable difference in display I’m writing this short post just to show this post has no point I don’t see anything in the threads about what this wording meant but I don’t see any changes to Retina support. Here’s a before and after showing it had no noticeable effect. Photoshop CS6 had Retina (HiDPI) […]

Following the Rules to make something great.

Getting Messy with Photography Series – Stylistic Post Processing

Do you process your photos to get a picture that was different from how you remember it? ┬áThe Divide Out There Here is how a typical Facebook friend vs. Google+ Photography community member reply to the same statement. The Instagram look is ______. …fun and easy to apply. …over. Cut through the opinions and get […]

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Adobe Bridge CS6 Updated to 5.0.2 without Retina

Update Update message does not describe it’s purpose very well. No help on Adobe’s download page which hasn’t been updated as of this moment with the download. Retina? Still no Retina, HiPPI, HiDPI support. If you click on the image and zoom into the eye lashes you’ll see what I mean. No before and after […]

The Difference resolution makes.

Ultra HD (4K) Now Standardized – Is your Photography and Videography Ready?

Ultra HD (AKA 4K) When Now (well kind of) Ultra HD market is┬ádriven by capture, content, and display. Let’s see where we are with those to see how they will affect our media in the future. Display Driven This is the Achilles heel right now, and I bet it has every major TV manufacturer out […]

Video linked here to explain the process.

7 Steps to Switching from Aperture to Lightroom

7 Steps to Switching from Aperture to Lightroom 1. Understand Catalogs Think Card Catalog at the library. It doesn’t have books in it. It just keeps track of where they are and what the books have in them. It also knows any changes you make. It’s most like your Aperture Library except it can’t hold […]