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What’s New in Adobe Camera Raw 10.3.0.933 – f64 Academy

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom went out for a mani/pedi

Adobe Camera Raw updates usually entail camera raw profiles and minor tweaks.  This week, however, ACR and it’s sister Lightroom went out for a manicure and pedicure and had one too many mimosas.  They came back all pretty with a whole bunch of great new ideas.  Here is the skinny:

  1. Dehaze has been moved to the basic settings
  2. Presets are Active and show on the image when you hover over them
  3. Presets can now be put in folders and organized (thank goodness)
  4. Profiles have been moved out of calibration and work as phenomenal starting points for images

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The Color Dodge & Color Burn Blend Modes – f64 Academy

Dodging and Burning with Blend Modes and Colors

If you have spent any amount of time with me you know that I am always trying to come up with new ways of using Blend Modes.  I have recently started experimenting with the Color Dodge and Color Burn Blend Modes.   At first I thought they were trash at best!  That was before I figured out how to use them effectively.

Source: The Color Dodge & Color Burn Blend Modes – f64 Academy

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Snapshots in Adobe Camera Raw – f64 Academy

Snapshots – A great way to test different looks

Adobe Camera Raw is a powerful editing tool with many features we often overlook.  With its ability to transform a RAW image it is easy to gloss over the techy things that we can do with our pictures.  One of those lesser known functions of ACR is Snapshots.

Snapshots allow you to save your work as you edit your image.  After saving a snapshot, you can bounce back and forth between saved looks.  The snapshots are saved right in the XMP sidecar file of the RAW image and will be there anytime you open your photo.

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Stel zelf de sterkte van een preset in met OPAL, mijn favoriete nieuwe Lightroom plug-in

Lightroom presets zijn enorm populair en met reden: in één klik kan je een foto een total makeover bezorgen. Maar… wat als je het effect van een preset te sterk vindt? Dan is het vaak zoeken naar hoe je het kan aanpassen.

Behalve wanneer je de nieuwe Lightroom plug-in OPAL gebruikt. Met deze plug-in kan je het effect van een preset instellen tussen 0 en 150 procent. Je leest het goed, je kan presets zelfs sterker maken!

In deze Nederlandstalige video leert Piet Van den Eynde je alles over hoe eenvoudig OPAL te gebruiken is en verklapt hij je ook hoe je maar liefst 33% korting kan versieren op deze geweldige plug-in.

De plug-in aankopen kan via deze link.

De normale aankoopprijs bedraagt $15,- maar met de kortingscode launchparty of MTW5 bespaar je $5,-!!! Netto en incl. BTW komt dit op zo’n 10,-€!!!

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31 Days to Become a Better Photographer – Digital Photography School Resources

Learn to take stunning pictures like these…

Jim Hamel has recorded 31 practical lessons in video format, that you can watch online, whenever suits you.

You can binge watch all 31 lessons, or take it a day at a time, it’s totally up to you and how fast or slow you want to go as you receive lifetime access to the photography training videos.

PLUS you’ll have 3 months access to a closed Facebook Group so you can ask Jim anything you need to help you progress through the training and participate in assignments so you put your learning into practice.

Source: 31 Days to Become a Better Photographer – Digital Photography School Resources

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Programma PiXperience 365 op 24 en 25 maart 2018

Op zaterdag 24 maart en zondag 25 maart 2018 vindt PiXperience 365 plaats bij Hart van Holland in Nijkerk.

365 dagen in het jaar kun je aan de slag met natuurfotografie. Elk seizoen, elke dag en elk onderwerp heeft z’n charme en uitdagingen. Nederland alleen al telt 14.021 soorten planten- en paddenstoelen, 26.987 soorten dieren en meer dan 1.590 natuurgebieden. Er is zoveel te ontdekken en te fotograferen dat je je hele leven eraan kunt wijden….

Lees meer … Programma PiXperience 365 op 24 en 25 maart 2018

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Why Does Lightroom Take Up So Much Space? (Part 2)

In het tweede deel beschrijft Andrew S. Gibson nog een aantal methoden waarmee je significant schrijfruimte kunt besparen op je harde schijf als Adobe Lr gebruiker.

Veel plezier!

Source: Why Does Lightroom Take Up So Much Space? (Part 2)

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Why Does Lightroom Take Up So Much Space? (Part 1)

Gebruikers van het programma kunnen op een aantal manieren schijfruimte besparen. In deel 1 beschrijft Andrew S. Gibson waarom Adobe Lr zoveel schijfruimte inneemt en met welke tips je ruimte kunt vrijmaken.

Veel leesplezier en “Free the bytes!”

Source: Why Does Lightroom Take Up So Much Space? (Part 1)

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The 5 Tone Heat Map in Photoshop – f64 Academy

Another astonic en interesting video tutorial by Blake Rudis you have to watch!!!

Source: The 5 Tone Heat Map in Photoshop – f64 Academy

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Sharpening in Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom – f64 Academy

Source: Sharpening in Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom – f64 Academy by Blake Rudis

These 5 steps you may use as a starting point either in Lr or ACR:

  1. Drop the Sharpening sliders down to zero… all of them!   Afterall we do not want to be reducing our noise reduction efforts while seeing our sharpening, that would not be helpful for either.
  2. Address the Luminance and Luminance Detail.  I tend to keep these pretty close on every photo.  Whatever Luminance Detail I set, I usually set the Luminance to half that.  So if 50 for Detail, then 25 for Luminance.
  3. A Healthy dose of Color Noise Reduction and Color Detail is a good idea.  Most of the “noise” in noise comes from the color.   Reducing the color noise all the way can usually produce what looks like grain rather than noise.  Sometimes I just reduce the color noise a great deal and call it a day if I like the grain that is leftover.
  4. Now you can address the Sharpening, but start with the Mask FIRST!  The mask slider has this mysterious hidden hot key. Pressing Alt (Option on a Mac) will show you where the mask is affecting the photo.  Hold that hotkey while you drag it over and when all of your detail is in white and your smooth surfaces are black, you should be good to go!
  5. Hit the Amount, Radius, and Detail simultaneously.  There is no magic bullet setting here.  I use these three at the same time and dial in my sharpening with them as a set of sliders rather than individuals.  Amountis how powerful the sharpening is going to be.  Radius is how many pixels around the sharpened pixels is going to be, the smaller the number the more subtle the sharpening. Detail is the amount of contrast between the sharpened pixels, or how light and dark those pixels are going to be as a result of moving it.
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