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You can recover from over exposed shots too.

Posted 29-03-12 at 05:47 PM by Ian (The DPNow.com Editor's blog)

After yesterday's exploration of recovering from a grossly under-exposed image, how about an over-exposed one?

During a trip to the Isle...
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How about this for a recovery?

Posted 28-03-12 at 06:41 PM by Ian (The DPNow.com Editor's blog)
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Something went wrong. I think I had left the camera on spot meter mode, probably. Anyway, a...
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Lightroom 3 instability work around

Posted 28-07-10 at 12:07 PM by Ian (The DPNow.com Editor's blog)

A month ago I posted a plea for help with a problem I was, and still am, experiencing with Lightroom 3. In short, whenever I wanted to use the Library...
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Keep your image archive under control!

Posted 05-08-09 at 12:24 PM by Ian (The DPNow.com Editor's blog)

Two months ago I reported that I was well into my project to catalogue all my images from the last ten years or so. Well, I'm now up to 35,000 images...
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Message to all you pixel-peepers

Posted 18-07-09 at 03:24 PM by Ian (The DPNow.com Editor's blog)

If you spend much of your time staring into a computer screen examining images at 100% or 1 image pixel to 1 screen pixel and feeling bewildered about...
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