If you have experienced a massive slow-down and / or crashes after upgrading to Lightroom 6.2 or 6.2.1, basically the versions with the new and improved (BOOOOOOHHHHHHH!!!!! Shame on you, Adobe!) “Import” window, you have two options.
How to backup your pictures in six steps
Asking “how should I backup my pictures” is like asking “what camera is better”, you’ll probably get millions of differente answers 🙂
LensTagger, or: how to add metadata to images shot with legacy glass and/or on film
First and foremost: in this way you will actually be able to add much more to your images then just, say, lens data, such as: lens serial number, film type used, developer, agitation scheme, shutter times, scanner, paper etc.
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Be smart, minimize dust!
A quick and dirty trick to minimize dust onto your camera sensor(s).
Cheap tilt lenses for full format cameras
If you’re a savvy landscape shooter you know that in many situations only stopping down isn’t gonna cut it. No matter what, you will not manage to have a scene perfectly sharp front to back, and this even before starting considering the nasty effects of diffraction.
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