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A New Adobe Lightroom Update Just Deleted Customers’ Photos and Presets

The post A New Adobe Lightroom Update Just Deleted Customers’ Photos and Presets appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Jaymes Dempsey. Last week, Adobe released Lightroom 5.4.0, a routine update meant for the iPad and iPhone Lightroom app. But it soon became clear that the update was far more than users …

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The Best Photos from GuruShots’ ‘Inspirational Architecture’ Challenge

The Best Photos from GuruShots’ ‘Inspirational Architecture’ Challenge

GuruShots, the “World’s Greatest Photo Game,” has announced the winners of its “Inspirational Architecture” challenge, which received thousands of entries and over 36.4 million votes. The “Top Photographer” winner of the contest is Matthias Arnold of Germany. The “Top Photo” winner is Horvath Tomi of Hungary. Photo by Horvath Tomi – Hungary. The “Top Photo” …

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Magnum Suspends David Alan Harvey Over Harassment Allegations

In a shocking photo industry development, the renowned Magnum Photos agency has officially suspended prominent photojournalist David Alan Harvey while it investigates “a confidential complaint” that claims Harvey harassed a female colleague. First reported by The Guardian, the decision was made by the Magnum Photos board, who voted unanimously to suspend Harvey’s membership after one …

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Instagram’s Suggested Posts Bring an Endless Scroll of New Photos

If you use Instagram as a way to view photographic inspiration, you may be pleased to know that the service is rolling out a new “Suggested Posts” feature that brings an endless scroll of photos and videos tailored to your interests. Previously, scrolling to the “end” of your Instagram feed would display a “You’re All …

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Lightroom App Update Wipes Users’ Photos and Presets, Adobe Says they are ‘Not Recoverable’

This morning, multiple readers wrote in to alert us to a major Adobe gaffe. It seems the latest update to the Lightroom app for iPhone and iPad inadvertently wiped users’ photos and presets that were not already synced to the cloud. Adobe has confirmed that there is no way to get them back. The issue …

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Review: The Laowa 50mm f/2.8 Macro for M4/3 is Small and Sharp

Over the past few months, pre-production copies of the new Laowa 50mm 2:1 F/2.8 Super Macro Lens for Micro Four Thirds (MFT or M4/3) had been going around among some M4/3 macro photographers. With COVID-19 lock-downs happening across the globe, there weren’t any photos taken in the field with this new lens. After Singapore’s circuit …

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First Look: Flashpoint XPLOR 1200 Pro and R1200 Ring Flash

Ring flashes have always been among my favorite lighting tools. They can be used as effective key lights in certain situations, but I more often use them as front fills, as part of a multiple light setup. David Bowie by Markus Klinko Mariah Carey, Daphne Guinness and Iman by Markus Klinko Additionally, ring flashes are …

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