Adobe Finally Issues Fix for Lightroom, Go Download it Now

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Go! Go! Today, Adobe is announcing the newest update to Adobe Lightroom, which brings back the old import interface so your computer doesn’t nearly crash every time you use the program. Rejoice!

If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, Adobe Lightroom 6.2 caused lots of photographers (myself included) many headaches due to a new import system. It makes photographers look at this very beautiful visual and choose where to import from, then when you select that folder or location, it brings up the images. From there, you select which ones you want and click import. Then you pray to the Lightroom gods that your computer doesn’t crash and force you to import all over again. What was really annoying though is the fact that Adobe seemingly took out the “Eject SD Card after import” option. But today, we’re getting the old import back. Nice try on doing something new Lightroom, but please don’t change–at least not yet.

But beyond that, Adobe Lightroom 6.3 offers more bug fixes and new camera and lens profile support added in.

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Review: Sigma 70mm F2.8 EX DG Macro

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I have a deep passion for macro photography. When I got into DSLR photography, I bought the 70-300mm F4-5.6 DG Macro to multitask as my zoom and my macro lens. Lately though, I wanted a more specialized lens for macro photography. With the 70-300mm I have to zoom lens all the to the widest focal length, then switch to macro mode, etc. With the Sigma 70mm F2.8 EX DG Macro, I don’t have to do that. This is why I chose to test it out. So does it make the cut for my photography?

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