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  • Monthly Archives January 2008

    .....it's going to make a lot of people very happy! (Myself included). So here's the scoop: one of my meetings during my trip this week to Adobe's Headquarters was with the Lightroom team where they're showed me where Lightroom is going in the future. I'm under a Non-Disclosure Agreement with Adobe, so I can't reveal any specific features, or when Adobe plans to release it, or anything like that, but I can tell you this; I was very impressed (OK, a bit giddy was more like it). As Lightroom Product Manager Tom Hogarty mentioned in his blog post on Monday, to get all the things included on my 2.0 wishlist (now known as "our mutual wishlist" because your ideas are more important than mine) would take literally years (and after meeting with them, I have a much better understanding of why). In the coming…

    I met up with Lightroom Product Manager Tom Hogarty yesterday in the halls of Adobe HQ out in San Jose, California and when I stopped him to talk for two seconds between meetings, he had in his hands a stack of paper; it was a print out of all the ideas you guys posted as comments to my "Lightroom 2.0 Wishlist" blog post from last Friday. :) Tom had emailed me a nice note just a few hours after I had released my wishlist post on Friday, but I was even more excited to see with my own eyes how seriously Adobe was taking your suggestions and ideas. I wasn't at all surprised---just totally psyched! Tom did his own follow-up post last night on the Adobe "Lightroom Journal" Blog (Tips and advice straight from the Lightroom team) and you can read it right here.…

    Before I left, I got my hands on Katrin Eismann and Sean Duggan's new book, "The Creative Digital Darkroom" (Published by O'Reilly publishing) and I have to say---it's the most complete book I've seen on the topic, and packed with so much in-depth info they probably didn't sleep for a year. Way to go you two!!! While the ink is still wet on the pages, I want to send a copy of this great new book to eight people who posted killer ideas (as blog comments) to my "Lightroom 2.0 Wishlist" post from last week. These are ideas that struck a chord with me personally (and I hope will with Adobe, too!), and they were just so good, I wanted to do something special for them. The winners of Katrin and Sean's new book are: Bob Ellis, for his idea of adding a pop-up…

    Hope everybody had a great weekend. Here's what's up: Last week I mentioned the site of UK photographer Tim Wallace, and pointed you to his amazing automotive photography. Well, Tim dropped me a line to introduce himself, and in our exchange of emails, I learned that he's only been shooting cars for the past nine months. Talk about having a knack for something! Tim sent me this shot of his on-location gear (click on it for a larger view), and I saw he's shooting the same Elinchrom Ranger Kit I use---I knew I liked this guy). If you didn't get a chance to check out his work last week, here's the link again. The Digital Artistry blog did a quick review of the new Volume 2 of my book, The Digital Photography Book" Here's the link to see what he has to say. Don't…

    This past year I've spent a lot of time immersed in learning, using, and teaching Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. I traveled around the country with my Lightroom Live Tour and trained literally thousands of Lightroom users in person. Between that tour, my Lightroom hands-on workshops, the magazine, and hearing from readers of my Lightroom Book for Digital Photographers, I've gotten more real world, down in the trenches, tell-it-like-it-is feedback of what photographers want to see next in Lightroom than you can imagine. I love Lightroom---it's changed my digital workflow forever, and because it's so important to me (and to so many people I've trained this year), I wanted to share the comments and ideas I heard most---including those most-asked-for features and enhancements. I know Adobe gets a lot of input from high-end power users of Lightroom, but I also want to make sure that they…

    In the last free update to Lightroom, Adobe did something very cool; they snuck in three very slick Flash-based web site templates (which are completely customizable), designed by the gang over at Airtight Interactive. In Lightroom, these three templates actually appear in the Gallery Panel on the right side, and they're called: Airtight Postcard Viewer (shown above top), which arranges your photos like they're on a Light table, and when you click on any one, it zooms into a large size (seen in the image right below it). Click on either image to see larger versions. Airtight Auto Viewer (shown above--click for larger version), which gives you a row of interactive panels, and the center panel displays your full color image while the panels on either side are dimmed back. People viewing your Web site have the choice of clicking the play button to…

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