Articles tagged "classic"

Canon shows off new AI-powered plugin for Lightroom Classic that will cull images for you

The Photo Culling plugin will sort through your images and use Canon's Computer Vision AI engine and technical models to flag them based on 'sharpness, noise, exposure, contrast, closed eyes, and red eyes.'

Adobe updates Lightroom Classic, Mobile and its ChromeOS app at MAX 2019

In addition to a new mobile app and the release of Photoshop on iPad, Adobe also announced a number of new and improved features coming to Lightroom Classic CC Lightroom CC and Lightroom Mobile.

Sigma launches its ‘Classic’ Art cine lens line, announces development of PL to L mount adapter

Sigma is getting serious about cinema with its classic-inspired lens lineup, updated cine primes and a new PL to L mount adapter that's in the works.

Adobe's August update adds ‘GPU Accelerated Editing’ to Lightroom Classic, Camera Raw

Adobe's latest update speeds up editing on computers with more powerful GPUs and adds a number of other features to streamline your post-production workflow.

Adobe updates Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic CC and Camera Raw

Adobe has updated Adobe Lightroom CC to version 1.5, Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to version 7.5 and Adobe Camera Raw to version 10.5. The updates bring along a collection of new features, squash a few bugs, and add support for three new cameras and eight new lenses.

Lomography releases gold-plated Daguerreotype Achromat 64mm F2.9 lens

The limited edition lens joins the original black and brass versions, as well as the chrome-plated version released last year. You just have to be willing to pony up an extra $150.

Meyer Optik is reviving Dr. Rudolph's APO Plasmat 105mm F2.7 lens

The APO-Makro-Plasmat 105mm F2.7 is Meyer Optik's latest Kickstarter lens revival, and it promises "natural sharpness, unbelievable color reproduction, and a glowing bokeh united at every step of the aperture" ... whatever that means.

Video: Photographer shoots one model with three different vintage lenses

Photographer Mathieu Stern has put together another interesting vintage lens shootout. One model, three lenses, three locations.