The image-processing enhancements in Lightroom 3 are impressive, and only solidify the program’s position as one of the best tools for managing, editing, and publishing photos.
The Stylus Pro 7900, with its UltraChrome HDR ink set, excellent print quality and highly flexible paper handling, is definitely the gold standard in wide-format photographic printing.
Adobe's low-cost image editor features some interesting new tools and lots of small changes that add up to top-notch program.
Adobe has released a new version of its consumer image-editing program, Photoshop Elements 8, which features a reworked interface and powerful new editing tools. Rick LePage gives you a hands-on tour of the changes.
What can photo pros take away from Epson's upgraded printer?
Of the five applications that make up iLife, iPhoto is the one with the broadest appeal. As our libraries grow, so too do the problems with managing our pictures. With iPhoto ’08, Apple tried to simplify photo management by introducing the concept of events, letting you automatically organize photos based when they were taken. With iPhoto ’09, Apple has added the who and the where components to this equation—helping you provide more context to your photos.
The experts at Printerville share some first impressions of the Designjet Z3200 Photo, a wide-format inkjet printer for professional photographers and designers that HP announced Tuesday.
With Photoshop Lightroom 2.0, Adobe has smartly upgraded an already-strong product. But what’s most impressive about the update is how smoothly it works with you to organize and edit your photos; by focusing on improving the little things, Adobe has made an already good program even more usable.
Wondering if the latest version of Photoshop Lightroom is worth the $99 to upgrade or whether you should finally give Adobe’s digital workflow tool a try? Rick LePage highlights five of the top features in Lightroom 2.
Still using the lens that came with your digital SLR? Explore the creative possibilities of your camera by buying a new lens. Whether looking for a zoom lens or a prime lens, we'll show you what to look for when shopping.
Rick LePage has been using OS X since the earliest days. And yet it's Leopard's instabilities that have him up in arms.
Rick LePage of Printerville takes a look at the long-awaited replacement to the Stylus Photo R2400—the $800 Epson Stylus Photo R2880 photo printer.
For years, if you wanted the best possible glossy prints, you had to purchase a dye-based printer. The R1900 changes all that. On Epson’s Premium Glossy and Premium Luster papers, images pop off the page.
The HP Photosmart Pro B8850 photo printer is a strong offering with very good print quality on most paper types and excellent black-and-white printing capabilities.
If you’re looking for a multifunction printer that’s loaded with features but still does a good job printing text and graphics-filled documents, HP’s Photosmart C7280 is worth a look. This multifunction device includes print, scan, copy, and fax capabilities, with just about every connectivity option you could want.
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