A guide to using ZIP and LZW compression for TIFF images, along with real-world examples.
One of my favorite improvements in Lightroom 4 is the new Clarity tool. Halos and darkening are no longer the problems they once were.
The Recovery tool in earlier versions of Lightroom introduced unwanted side effects like color shifts. Lightroom 3.6 fixes many of those.
PropEdit is a free application for setting file permissions that combines the power of the command line and the simplicity of a user interface.
Using Typekit fonts with a Photoshelter customized site is quite straightforward with a few basic steps.
Lightroom doesn’t have a resize function in the main Library or Develop modules. Instead, it has a more powerful and safer way of dealing with image resizing.
What if you want to be sure to get a shot of the sunset over a mountain range or the full moon with the Eiffel Tower? The Photographer’s Ephemeris helps with that.
One of the nifty new features that snuck quietly into Lightroom 3 was the ability to resize to a specific target size measured in terms of megapixels (MP).
Cameras » How to choose the application that opens when you insert a memory card or attach a camera to your Mac.
Often you need to request large email-choking files from clients or friends and family. If you’re using the very useful backup and synchronization service Dropbox, a new service looks very promising: AirDropper.
Ever wondered how to take screenshots of your iPhone or iTouch? It’s actually incredibly easy. No fancy software, emulators, or coding required. It’s a feature built into iPhone OS by default.
FileChute for Mac OS X makes it easy to send large, oversized attachments to email recipients by automatically packaging and uploading the files to your server and generating the download link you can insert into your email.
When Lightroom exports your images, it takes an all-or-nothing approach to embedding metadata. But the Metadata Wrangler plugin is a very handy tool for adding fine-grained controls right into Lightroom’s export function.