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Lightroom: What is it and When Should You Consider it?

There have been questions posted as comments recently asking about the role of Lightroom in a photographer’s workflow. Many posters who are not currently using Lightroom aren’t sure whether Lightroom it is an alternative to Photoshop or where it fits if you have Photoshop too. I thought it was a good time to look at where Lightroom fits in the Adobe line up and to explain why Lightroom isn’t a Photoshop alternative.

Lightroom: What is it and When Should You Consider it?

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How to Use Textures to Enhance Your Photographs

Images with textures applied are not something we’ve seen much of in club competitions and I submitted this image Ancient Eyes in November as an experiment to see how it would be received. I was surprised at how well it fared, getting the highest score and winning the open section.

Given this interest I thought that more of you might like to try adding textures to your photographs and have found this Digital Photography School article in which Patrick Dean from NeutralDay.com explores how to use textures to enhance an image.

How to Use Textures to Enhance Your Photographs