Boom, OnOne’s Perfect Suite 8 is out. I thought I would record a quick first look at the new software and walk you through some of the new features.
Tipped to be released in November this year Perfect Photo Suite 8 seems to be pushing itself as a complete photo editing solution.
If you haven’t already, it’s time to update to Lightroom 5.2. Released today Lightroom 5.2 has a few new features and has addressed some of those bugs from the previous version. For those of you with newer cameras you’ll be pleased to know there is new support for cameras and lenses.
Back in February of 2012 we wrote a review of OnOne’s Perfect Photo Suite 6. Over the past couple of months we’ve been able to put the next version of Photo Suite to the test and I can say that it is not just a numerical update. Photo Suite 7 (or 7.5 which we now have) is the perfect accompaniment to Lightroom, Aperture and even Photoshop. Perfect Photo Suite 7 is a suite of plugins that can run as either a standalone piece of software or individual plugins.
I like many other photographers have a smaller Wacom tablet that I use to accompany me and my laptop when I’m on the road. You see once you’ve used a tablet you can’t go back. Everything else seems just weird. Wacom have just announced two new Cintiq tablets for those of us who are on the go.
It’s finally here. The FREE HDR photography tutorial, I’ve been writing it for a while now and it’s finally to a stage where I’m happy to release it. HDR doesn’t all have to be psychedelic colours and black clouds, if you treat it properly you can create some amazing images.
Have you upgraded to Lightroom 5 yet? I put together this short video of the cool new features that Lightroom 5 has to offer. It probably won’t change my workflow that much but the new Smart Previews is a definite winner for me.
This is pretty exciting. We know there is Photoshop Touch but now Adobe seems to be working on Lightroom for iOS. There are some major problems Adobe need to work on, Lightroom in its current form has the ability to make an average computer struggle.
Aaron Nace is the man behind Phlearn. He’s a bit of a Photoshop wizard and his blog Phlearn has over 450 free Photoshop video tutorials. Of course all of this can’t be free and he sells what is known as Phlearn Pro tutorials where he goes into more details and shows you an entire Photoshop retouch session.