January 12, 2010

Learn Lightroom next week in NYC

My fellow PM Bryan O’Neil Hughes mentioned that he’ll be teaching Lightroom 2 and 3 next week at Foto Care in New York:

Thursday, January 21st: Learn Adobe Lightroom 2 from Adobe specialist Bryan O’Neil Hughes, as well as see what’s new in Lightroom 3. Please RSVP by calling 212-741-2990 or email seminars@fotocare.com

Session 1: 9:00am – 11:00am

Session 2: 12:00pm – 2:00pm

Speaking of Bryan, remember that he’s speaking at the SJ Photoshop User Group meeting tonight.

Posted by John Nack at 10:41 AM on January 12, 2010


  • pete — 11:06 AM on January 12, 2010

    why should i learn LR when opther progranms offer superior quality and speed?
    bibble 5 or capture one are superior to LR.

  • Ken — 3:45 PM on January 12, 2010

    To my bibble 5 commenter. Went to Bibble 5 to watch tutorials and see the “superior” quality.
    It may be true….but all the tutorials freeze when I try to watch them and I have fast internet speed…I would suggest you contact bibble about their very slow, frozen tutorials, but it might a vast right wing conspiracy of the geekers at adobe.
    My Best to would even care
    Ken in KY

  • losamos — 1:52 PM on January 14, 2010

    all videos play fine here. must be your crappy system.

  • rockwell — 3:54 PM on January 15, 2010

    For decades, I seemed to be the only person who noticed that extreme wide angle lenses shift colors slightly at the edges. Most ultrawide lenses get a little cooler in the corners.
    I’m the only one who reports on in in lens tests, as I do in my report on the Nikon 14mm and my report on the Zeiss 21mm lenses.
    Lo and behold, yesterday I was learning how to use Phase One Capture One 5 PRO, and it has the ability to calibrate and correct for this problem! Heh heh, I have a few ideas of what I’m going to do with this.
    Phase One Capture One 5 PRO is software for professional use in converting raw files into final images. It is a few steps above Photoshop and amateur programs like Lightroom in being designed for exacting, ultra-high quality conversions.
    For $400, this software is a bargain, considering that it’s the same software real studio pros use with Phase One digital backs that can cost as much as a new Mercedes C-Klasse.

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