Skylum Luminar vs. Adobe Lightroom Classic – Software comparison

Updated on: May 6th 2019

I opened Adobe Lightroom for the first time ten years ago. It was when I bought my first DSLR, the Nikon D90, and I was looking for a powerful software to sort and edit all my photos.

I haven’t looked back since, not necessarily because I believe Lightroom is the absolute best, but because I got so accustomed to it that I wasn’t interested in trying anything else. In a way, this is the best compliment one can give a product. And working with other Adobe software applications such as Photoshop and Premiere has certainly helped me keep faith in the company for as long as I have.

Over the last couple of years though, I’ve realised that the competition has intensified: there is now more choice than ever. While excellent alternatives such as Aperture have disappeared, others have emerged along with many powerful features.

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Metz M400 vs Nissin i60A vs i40 – Flash comparison for mirrorless cameras

As the popularity of compact interchangeable lens camera systems has grown over the years, many people have started looking for smaller accessories to complement their gear – particularly flash units. After all, mounting a large and heavy flash onto a small camera such as the Fujifilm X-T20 or Olympus OM-D E-M5 II isn’t particularly comfortable. For this reason, many manufacturers have started releasing speed lights that are smaller and lighter but don’t compromise on performance.

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