During the summer of 2006, a group of ambitious photographers traveled to the pristine Icelandic landscape to capture its beauty. They applied their craft during 22-hour long days bathed in horizontal light.
Since each member of the team had to work around the clock, the processing equipment of choice were laptops running Lightroom, Adobe's new photo management software. Using Lightroom, photographers uploaded, sorted, keyworded, adjusted, and output their Raw images while still working in the field.
On this page, you can read the stories, see the images, and listen to the photographers discuss this challenging assignment. Blog posts are updated regularly.
Lightroom 1.1 is available starting today. And Mikkel Aaland's Photoshop Lightroom Adventure is ready. The up-to-the-nanosecond publication will be available mid-July. In the meantime Mikkel is talking about some of Lightroom 1.1's neat new features on the Digital Media blog.
Says Mikkel, "All of you who bought version1.0, don't worry. The upgrade to 1.1 is free. All you need to do is go to the Adobe site: www.adobe.com. This upgrade, in my opinion, is the best deal of the year."
By now, you've probably heard that Adobe's new Lightroom application simplifies your photography workflow, especially if you shoot Raw. In this seven-minute podcast, O'Reilly editor and photographer Derrick Story interviews Julieanne, and they discuss how Lightroom could change photography as we know it.
Lightroom is Adobe's new photo workflow application. It provides an upload-to-output solution in one attractive interface that's filled with features designed specifically for serious photographers. O'Reilly author Ken Milburn introduces you to this breakthrough application and provides a 22-page "Getting Started" PDF that you can download today.