• Selecting a Post-Processor

    I’ve spent the last couple of months working back and forth between the raw processors Capture One, Lightroom Classic, PhotoLab Elite, and Photo RAW in an attempt to settle on just one going into 2024. Owning more than one is just too expensive and too complicated trying to keep edits and metadata in sync.

  • DxO PhotoLab Elite?

    I’ve been working with PhotoLab Elite over the last couple of weeks re-editing some of my better images from the last few years. The more I work with it, the more I see the missing pieces yet to be included to make it a real competitor to Lightroom Classic, Capture One, and Photo RAW.

  • From Lightroom to PhotoLab Elite

    Over the years I have used many (too many) different image post-processing applications, even so far back as when Adobe Bridge was the only DAM available other than the Finder. When Apple’s Aperture first came out, I jumped on it right away, loving it until Apple discontinued it. That was a sad day, for me.

  • T4 ➙ T5 ➙ H2 ➙ H2S

    Fujifilm has done a nice job differentiating their top-of-the-line X series cameras. I studied the differences, read reviews, and watched YouTube videos to learn which camera would best suit me when upgrading my X-T4.

  • Squarespace Customization

    The Squarespace platform allows the web developer a lot of flexibility in creating unique designs. But, naturally, there are limits and some developers will want to go beyond them to create websites that are even more unique. Although not covered by Squarespace’s support team, CSS and JavaScript can be used by more advanced web developers.

  • About Topaz Photo AI…

    In my last post, I ended by saying I had chosen Lightroom Classic and Topaz Photo AI for my post-production needs. It didn’t take long for me to realize that Lightroom Classic’s new Denoise feature made that a bad choice, for me.