As we sit in our homes and flip through the channels, or read another book, I thought I would offer a short alternative to help occupy your time. I created this slideshow, “Motion,” depicting capturing or creating motion in still images.
With the latest release of Lightroom 9.2, Adobe has changed the way you create Camera Raw Defaults. Camera Raw Defaults allow you to save certain parameters that you want to apply to all your images but don’t want to take the time to apply them to all your images...Here is a little video on how to create and save Camera Raw Defaults in the newest version of Lightroom.
Once again, I selected my favorite images of the year. When I select my top 24 images, I select my top 2 from each month. This makes the choice a bit more difficult because some months have a hundred great images and some months only a few. But it gives me an exercise in editing, so I guess that’s a good thing!
No matter what camera you own, there will be times when noise can be an issue in an image. After getting such good results with Topaz Gigapixel AI, I decided to try the new DeNoise AI and compare it to my old favorite, Neat Image Reduce Noise...