Lightroom has just released a nice update that brings in a few new features and performance improvements. Typically when Lightroom does their updates they are usually small little baby steps to a better product, which is great as it allows us to adjust and get used to the new features gradually, compared to if they were to overhaul everything completely in one go. But occasionally, Adobe will implement a small change that completely changes the way the software can be used, and sometimes it's game-changing.
Capture One Pro is on sale right now for almost the same cost as the camera dedicated versions. Check that out here at B&H photo. You could buy this now and have support for all the different brands, but keep in mind Capture One does make you pay for future updates. So you might have to spend a little money in the future to unlock the upcoming Nikon profiles and support. But maybe not.
For this blog, I'm going back to my old ways of education, sample photos, cool stories starting with this tutorial I put together for Youtube. I'll be shifting my focus this year on Youtube since that is where all the traffic is going with camera-related information and education. Camera blogs are for the most part dying. So I will start this adventure into Youtube land, by covering some of the most popular questions people ask me, which is usually about color editing.
All you hear about is how much better Capture One is than Lightroom, but is this true for every brand of camera? Does capture one handle X-Trans better and are Capture One's colors better? I will summarize since I can't get too deep into all the features of each program in a written review, it would take forever, but mainly we are going to look at some straight out of camera samples.