Lightroom 5 - Harness the Develop Module for Creative Impact

Join landscape photographer and Canson Infinity ambassador Robert Rodriguez Jr as he leads you through his creative workflow when processing RAW files in Lightroom.

B&H & Adobe Lightroom Digital Summit

The Digital Photography Summit is a software and digital-technology showcase of the latest trends, held at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, and featuring panel discussions, demonstrations, and surprises from Scott Kelby, Julieanne Kost, and Katrin Eismann.

Introducing the New Expanded and Refined Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5

Adobe has just released the newest version of their all-encompassing post-production tool that is highly beneficial to the contemporary digital photographer: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5. This version succeeds Lightroom 4 and adds an array of new features and tools.

Mapping Your Photos in Adobe Lightroom

In many cases, the location in which a photo was captured is an important piece of information. Having that location information included with your photos provides a variety of benefits. The information serves as a helpful reminder of the location and also enables you to browse your photos on a map.

How I Got the Shot: Adam Schallau on Thunder Over the Confluence

Take a look at the photo above: Adam Schallau was able to capture this gorgeous image by releasing the shutter at just the right time. But how did he get it? We talked to Adam about what he did to achieve it.

How I Got the Shot: Matt Kloskowski's Fall Sunrise

Kelby Training's Education Director Matt Kloskowski photographed the stunning sunrise in his photo above. Capturing all of the details in one image like this can be a bit tough to do, but it is totally possible through various methods. How do you think Matt shot it? After being captivated by it, we talked to Matt about how he photographed it.

Take a guess, then read on, to see if you got it right.

From Start to Finish: How to Get More Accurate Color From Your Images

A camera's LCD screen can be quite misleading when viewing your images. Often, when you import your images onto your computer they don't look anything like what you originally shot (that is, if you were working with RAW files). In order to get better color out of your images, you'll need to follow a couple of steps. And once you've reached the end, it will be like night and day.

We talked to four of the leading industry professionals to talk about how they get better color. Here are their tips from start to finish:

Lead image is Beached by JCNixonPhoto via the B&H Photo Flickr Group

B&H Pulse Weekly News Round-Up: March 9th, 2012

This week in the news: Apple announces their new iPad; SLRMagic outed some new lenses; Adobe finally released Lightroom 4; and Google decided to make all of their web content accessible in one place for Android users.

This is your B&H Pulse news feed for March 9th, 2012.

Finding Gems Once Lost

In today's world of large-capacity memory cards, we tend to snap the shutter button more liberally than in generations previous. Our archives fill up quickly, and we forget about the images that we've shot. Upon registering for, I read about their emphasis on including only your best work. Since it was a whole new start for me after having been on Flickr for a while, I booted up the external hard drives in a quest to find hidden gems.

Photographic Software on a Budget

Most of us who are amateurs have limited budgets for photography.  When it comes to buying software, we need to be prudent and frugal.  I've made both good choices and bad ones. 

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