Lightroom CC 2015.4: Boundary Warp Tool Samples

The new boundary warp tool is evidence that Lightroom CC updates contain a lot more than new camera and lens profiles. From time to time Adobe sneaks in some life savings goodies. The recent dehaze tool is great for fuzzy photos and can be used in multiple ways. For me personally however, panorama and HDR stitching are the most handy tools because they reduce visits to Photoshop to a bare minimum. Generally, panorama stitching in Lightroom provides better out-of-the-box results than Photoshop, with less warp and less need for geometric corrections. Continue reading

4 simple tips to avoid deleting your images by accident

The little girl in the video below is heart-breaking. But it can be much much worse if we are talking about lost precious memories made in a faraway destination or during an event that cannot be replicated or repeated. The worst is of course images of kids that grow up and will never be the same age again…

So here is a few tips that can help avoid accidental image deleting disasters: Continue reading

Photo backups when on the move

Backups and storage of photos are two of the most serious issues photographers of all types are facing from moment they take their first series of shots. I would like to distinguish situations in two types. First we have to deal with backups as we proceed with our actual photographic session and secondly we have to worry about more permanent storage when back to our base. This post deals with the first face of backups when we actually take our pictures. Continue reading