New Study Details How Tariffs for China Tech Imports Will Affect Photographers

China-made computer monitors, batteries, and printer ink and cartridges will get about 23% more expensive if the proposed tariff for tech imports from the country pushes through

Are you a photographer looking into upgrading your computer monitor, or running a studio that also accepts orders for photo prints? You most likely have cause for concern over the proposed $50 to $60 billion tariffs President Trump is eyeing to slap on Chinese tech imports. These products include TVs, computer monitors, batteries, and printer ink and cartridges, which are just some of the China-made tech goods whose prices will increase with the proposed tariffs.

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How to Import Your Lightroom Catalogs into Capture One

If you’re looking to move away from Adobe Lightroom and you’ve become frustrated with a lot of the issues the program has (including its sloth-like pace), then you may want to try Capture One 10. Personally, I’ve been working with it for months and I’m smitten! Ever since I published my last piece about it, we’ve had questions about how to import your catalogs from Lightroom into Capture One. At the moment of publishing this post, it’s in Beta but it’s bound to be improved.

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