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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

Not very often you come across a piece of software so complete, so full of nice surprises, so comprehensive in scope and functionality. I was a beta tester, I installed the trial, I decided to buy it and never looked back.

I'm not going to post a full review, I just wanted to say how fascinating it is using Lightroom. Every single day I learn a new thing, I dive more into the abyss of functions and features and every single time it puts a smile on my face.

I initially thought that Lightroom is just for RAW photography workflow (non-destructive exposure control, etc.). It turns out to be that on top of that, it gives you massive metadata, labelling and generally cataloging functionality which can be used on all sorts of images. What is more, you can clone pictures for editing and "stack" them with the originals. Moving on, you discover it's amazing usability in terms of sorting out pictures, comparing shots and selecting collections of pictures.

It has this "spray&…

Running the Numbers

For those who missed it: "Running the Numbers", an amazing gallery of prints by Chris Jordan.

News Update

I know, I know. I have withdrawn myself, I have not been on Skype or Googlechat and people are wondering where I am... The truth is that I have been really very busy. And I still am. Things at work have not been great and my mind is constantly occupied by a million things. The least of my worries is to post a blog entry. :-(

I do however, feel very guilty about this so - yet again - I will make the promise to do my best at contributing to this blog.

I'm keeping this entry short expecting that I will be able to post a couple more today. Need to do some Photoshop-ing first... I've got news for you! :-)