A photography blog from the creators of Perfectly Clear

Like you, we’re learning all the time. And this blog gives us a chance to pass along the latest news from the frontlines of photo correction. Every week, we’ll report on the trends that we see shaping the industry… as well as the very coolest customer stories.

Inside Look at the New Features of Perfectly Clear v3: Powerful Landscape Corrections

Great landscape photography doesn’t just show you places, it takes you places. That’s why we added new powerful landscape corrections in Perfectly Clear v3 that will reveal the beauty you see in front and behind the lens.   Powerful Landscape Corrections Check out the 5 corrections you’ll be using in v3 to create lively landscapes […]

Say Hello to Perfectly Clear Complete Version 3

Looking to get the most out of our newest tools?  Join us for an in-depth webinar that explores how to get the best results from Perfectly Clear Complete V3! Register for FREE here. Date: Wednesday, March 15, 2017 Time: 1:00 pm ET | 10:00 am PT REGISTER HERE https://app.webinarjam.net/register/37581/6005582f16

5 Cool Things Coming to Perfectly Clear Complete Version 3

We’re super excited that the beta program for Perfectly Clear Complete version 3 is underway (and that we’ll be shipping really soon).  We wanted to share with you 5 awesome additions that you’ll find inside the next generation of Perfectly Clear Complete.  Remember, you can order an upgrade early and save or buy version 2 […]

Use a Diffuser: A Must Have Lighting Tool!

This is a guest post from Levi Sim, a talented photographer and a writer over at Photofocus. I’m a snob about lighting, which means I won’t make a picture if the light isn’t good enough. When I have the opportunity to influence the light on my subjects, the one tool I use most frequently is […]

Never Overwrite a Memory Card Again

Written by Robert Vanelli,  originally posted on Photofocus.com   After finishing shooting for the day, you need to figure out how to keep your memory card safe until you transfer your images to your computer. The worst thing you can do is put the card in your pocket and taking a risk of losing it. […]

How to Register and Protect Your Images with the Library of Congress

Written by Robert Vanelli,  originally posted on Photofocus.com   Recently I wrote “adding copyright information“—reminding us to update our copyright information for the New Year. This quick tip made sure we added our copyright information to every photo we imported into Lightroom. Our next step to protect our images is to register them with the […]

Our Furry Friends Say Thank you!

From all of us and our furry friends at Southeastern Guide Dogs, we wanted to say- THANK YOU! What better way to kickstart the year than knowing you’ve helped someone out. With your help, we were able to donate $5,000 to Southeastern guide dogs. This donation will help breed, raise and professionally train guide dogs […]

When to use your Camera’s Auto Mode

Written by Robert Vanelli,  originally posted on Photofocus.com   While covering a water polo event, I noticed a mom holding her camera. I looked at her and she smiled and said I know, I know I’m holding it wrong. She then turned her hand and cupped the lens properly. She laughed and said she read […]

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