Tag Archives: Lightroom

Lightroom Mobile – What’s the big deal?

I’ve had a few people asking me about this, so here’s the short version.

I won’t be getting it.  Not interested in the least.  It doesn’t do anything I’d need an iPad version of Lightroom to do, and it does a whole bunch of things I don’t need.

The fact that there isn’t an Android version, too, I think is a bit short sighted.

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ColorChecker Passport

Thus far, I’ve only used this blog to post about Linux stuff, but I also created it to write about photography related things as well.

First of those photography related things is the X-Rite ColorChecker Passport (CCP), as I’ve had a number of people asking me about this recently.

So, what is it?  Why use it?  Should I buy one?  Or am I just throwing away good money?

Well, to describe it as simply as possible, it’s a sort of grey card on steroids, but also much more.

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