Monthly Archives: February 2013

Send iPhone pictures to your computer (for Lightroom)

Switching to Lightroom means no Photostream It’s one of the things you should consider before deciding. You’ll need another way to move photos around so that your iPhone doesn’t fill up and so that you can retouch pictures with more control. I had 3 requirements Does not require iTunes wired syncing.Syncing with a computer means that computer has […]

5 Tips for Taking Your Pictures in Focus

Ever get surprised with an out of focus shot? This article is your one stop shopping for everything that affects focus. What’s your focus? Choosing focus is deciding what story to tell. Since you should have one main story, there can only be one true subject. Everything else is supporting it. Decide on the true subject and supporting […]

Aperture 4 – A Wish List from a Photographer

Aperture 4 needs to bring it home. Lightroom is winning more and more converts as Aperture loses the community it needs. This is happening for 4 basic reasons: Users perceive an advantage for Lightroom for Photoshop centric workflow and/or RAW processing Less advanced brush controls and sharing Smaller community and third-party development Apple’s perceived movement away from […]

Lightroom vs Aperture – All their features compared

Ever wonder what all the differences are between Lightroom 4 and Aperture 3? This article lists all the major differences and explains why you care. The differences between the two are so small, that in the end you should choose one over the other based on personal preference. (With this announcement this comparison seems a […]

Deciding on a the “RAW” Colorspace for Lightroom 4 and ACR 7 vs. Aperture 3

You’re concerned your choice of Post Processing software will affect your final product’s colors. You want to protect you RAW files from the evils and unknowns of color space choices. Bottom line up front Don’t choose between Lightroom or Aperture based on how they handle you’re image’s color. If getting the print’s color the way […]