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Safari Compatibility Settings For Our Flash DVD Video Player …

January 17, 2014

Photograph © George A. Jardine If you’re a Mac user and you have purchased any of our Lightroom 5 DVD’s from Amazon, here’s a tip for you. Our current crop of LR5 DVD’s were mastered and produced before Apple updated Mountain Lion to 10.8.5, and the videos played fine in Safari from the DVD’s at […]

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Tips & Techniques: How To Add A Folder To A New Hard Drive In Lightroom…

August 13, 2013

Photograph © George A. Jardine Ever wondered how to move photos from one hard drive to another using Lightroom, when the new destination isn’t part of your Lightroom library yet? Well, admittedly, it’s not what I would call “intuitive”. But it’s easy. Just make sure your new destination hard drive is attached to your computer, […]

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A New Article For Digital Photo Pro Magazine: Heresy In Library Organization…

May 8, 2013

Photographs © George A. Jardine I read over and over again, that somehow the holy grail for digital photographers is to have a “fast and efficient workflow”…. or something like that. I even read recently that with a certain e-book, you’d soon be “importing digital images into Lightroom with your eyes closed.” Funny they should […]

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A Few Thoughts on Highlights, Shadows, Whites & Blacks

July 4, 2012

Photograph © George A. Jardine A few days ago, I received one of those digital-photo-advice e-mail newsletter things from one of the more respectable sources. The question du jour was regarding Lightroom’s new 2012 Process Version controls, and in the answer our friend stated that “The key difference is that the Whites and Blacks sliders […]

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RIP: Shoe Tree, Highway 50, Nevada…

May 2, 2011

Photograph © George A. Jardine I originally posted a story on the shoe tree as a bit of my own personal commentary about the problems associated with spending too much time in online forums. But unfortunately, there is something less useful than throwing your shoes up into a tree, just so you can see them […]

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