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Throwback Thursday: the Samsung NX1 is still impressive three years later

“,”slides”:null,”currentSlideIndex”:-1,”slideshowWidth”:590,”slideshowHeight”:442,”disableImageZoomInSlideshow”:false,”fullContent”:”TODO”}); }); We usually dig a bit further into the past for Throwback Thursday, but decided to make an exception for the Samsung NX1. Announced just three years ago, the NX1 is the camera that still leaves us wondering what might have been had Samsung decided to remain in the ...

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RIP Lightroom 6: Death by subscription model

“,”slides”:null,”currentSlideIndex”:-1,”slideshowWidth”:590,”slideshowHeight”:442,”disableImageZoomInSlideshow”:false,”fullContent”:”TODO”}); }); In all the fanfare of the launch of its more cloud integrated, edit-anywhere Lightroom CC software, Adobe has made a lot of noise about ease-of-use and faster speeds, but it also quietly made reference to the death of the standalone desktop version, Lightroom 6. With it, it feels ...

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Hello Lightroom CC: Embracing the future

“,”slides”:null,”currentSlideIndex”:-1,”slideshowWidth”:590,”slideshowHeight”:442,”disableImageZoomInSlideshow”:false,”fullContent”:”TODO”}); }); It’s an inevitable truth that Adobe, like any other company, can’t please everyone. Today’s news of a new, all-cloud Lightroom CC has definitely ruffled some feathers among loyal users. But it might just be time to embrace the future – consider some important points here: The current version ...

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