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A collage of three images: a dog sitting on a forest trail, a person in a red coat walking on a bridge with large hand sculptures, and a bear standing in the water raising one of its paws.

Using Adobe Lightroom’s New AI Tools to Tell Better Travel Stories

For over a decade, Tiffany Nguyen has been traveling the world documenting the landscape, adventure, and culture in some of the most photogenic places. With Adobe’s recent announcement of a number of impressive new Lightroom Firefly-powered features, Lightroom Ambassador Nguyen revisited some of her favorite photos to give them a modern, Firefly-assisted, makeover.

Cyme photo editing app breakdown

The Editing Apps That Won Photographers Over in 2023

Cyme makes macOS software for photographers, including Avalanche and the photo cataloging app Peakto. Whereas Peakto helps photographers organize their photos across multiple locations and apps, Avalanche allows users to migrate their photos from one editing app to another easily.

Michael Shainblum noise reduction for landscape photography

The Best Noise Reduction Software for Landscape Photographers

Landscape photographer Michael Shainblum's latest video takes a very close look at noise reduction software, specifically when using noise reduction on landscape images. Shainblum published an article on his website that includes sample images and crops, which are more beneficial than viewing comparisons in the YouTube video featured below.

How I Changed My View of Lightroom Presets with a New Workflow

Lightroom presets are all around us. You might love them as a 1-click solution to your batch editing needs or you might think that they are useless and that all the photos for which one was used look the same. Still, the truth is they are here to stay and maybe we should start thinking of how to integrate them into our professional workflows as more than crutches for your next Instagram post.

What is a Contact Sheet and How Do You Make One?

Film set the photographic standard in more ways than one. The contact sheet, for example, once an essential aspect of the film process, has survived the transition to digital. Although it serves a slightly different purpose these days, the contact sheet can help you see the results of a shoot and make your best photos easier to share.

How to Turbocharge Your Photography Workflow

I recently heard a photographer say he’d spent 17 hours going through 10,000 images, deciding which ones were worth saving. My first thought was, “I hope he’s retired.” My second thought, though, was that he badly needed a lesson on speeding up his workflow. Which led me to write this guide on how to turbocharge your photography workflow.