Author Archives: Technology for Media

How to set up Nikon D750

If you want complete control of your Nikon D750 you should really skim the whole manual and figure out for yourself what all the choices are. As a career engineer doing this is fun for me. If you take some time to do it I think you’ll have more creative choice when taking pictures and you’ll […]

Adobe Releases Lightroom CC2015.6/6.6

These are some fairly big changes to Lightroom cropping for all owners of the current version with a neat new tool for CC subscribers.

Content-aware Cropping

Originally posted on Holy Crop!:
Adobe offered us a sneak-peek today on a new feature coming soon to Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud. As you may remember, Cropping (and anti-cropping) are one of the first things to consider as you build a stronger composition. But, rather than drone on, I have a video preview for you.…

Round-trip Image Editing on your mobile Device with Lightroom for mobile and Photoshop Mix

Originally posted on Holy Crop!:
It started with a simple tweet Then people wanted the details. Unobtrusively, Adobe’s Lightroom for mobile and Photoshop Mix have integrated behind the scenes and given us a robust image solution that enables our Lightroom for mobile to Photoshop Mix and back to Lightroom for mobile workflow. This has long…

How to move your iPhoto photos into Lightroom

Moving from iPhoto to Lightroom is now so easy. Learn some tips for using Adobe Lightroom’s built in tool for moving your photos over and then watch the video to see how. Adobe made this great built in tool called a plug-in to get your Aperture or iPhoto photos into Lightroom. They know people are […]

Put copyright info into your photo with Lightroom

Adding copyright info to your photos with Lightroom is quick and easy. This video will explain how to make a custom preset for you that can be show up in Facebook. I also mention where to go to copyright your info if you live in the United States. Share with email <mark@technologyformedia.com>

The demise of Aperture and Apple’s plan for the pro photographer

We’ve known for awhile Apple is no longer going to make improvements to Aperture. Aperture is a powerful program that is easily on par with Lightroom in nearly every way. They decided to “replace” it and iPhoto with a new program called Photos. The easiest way to explain the Photos app is the look and functionality […]