The Flickr Lightroom Preset Extractor is Back Up!

First, don’t forget to check out the next post. I’ve commented about some comments I got here on the site. Instead of burying them in the comment section, I created a post so everyone could read. Next…Good news! The Flickr Lightroom preset extractor is back up. The original post and the following post I made about it caused nearly 150 comments here on the site. Mike Wiacek (who wrote the program) took it down to...

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A Comment About Some Comments

Hey folks. I just wanted to say thank you for the time you’ve taken to participate in some discussions on the blog in the last couple of weeks. There’s been some pretty decent topics brought up and it reminds me of what I really like about this blog which is the level of participation from the community. Also, a number of people ask whether or not I’m going to weigh in and I usually just stay out of it. However, I...

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Worth-a-click

Here’s a few links worth checking out while you’re web surfing today: • Bogen is putting on an Extreme Sports webinar by kick-butt photographer Michael Clark on July 17. Its free too! Here’s the link. • If you’re a working pro then you’ll probably want to check out GridIron Flow – a Visual Workflow Manager. Its pretty cool software but, again, mainly for professionals that touch a number of programs...

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Lightroom 2.4 (and Camera Raw 5.4) Available

Happy Wednesday folks. I’m on my way out to San Jose, CA to visit the mother ship (Adobe HQ). But I wanted to let you know that the Lightroom 2.4 update is out (and Camera Raw 5.4). Its mainly a camera update (D5000 support woo hoo!!!) but there’s some minor bug fixes as well. Check out Lightroom Product Manager Tom Hogarty’s blog for more details and visit the link below to download the updates. Click here to go to...

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Is it wrong to steal Lightroom presets?

Whew! Who knew an innocent tool from a talented guy would incite a discussion like we had the other day. I held back from posting so I could respond here with my thoughts. Before we get to it, a couple of things: 1) I was extremely impressed with the quality of comments. Its definitely a touchy subject and very important to some people. For the most part (yes there were some meanies who had to resort to name calling), the comments...

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Worth-a-click

Here’s a few links worth checking out while you’re web surfing today: • Scott Eccleston over at Weekly Photo Tips featured me in a Q&A. • Tim Armes has a new plug-in that exports your photos and preserves the folder hierarchy during the export for the new images. • Cool product of the day alert. I haven’t tried the Eye-Fi memory cardsout yet but I think I’m going to have to. Wireless transmitting of photos...

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