Every year, I like to conduct a brief retrospective of the top posts for this blog. In the event you missed one of the more memorable posts of 2010, here follows a recap.
This article features a down-and-dirty way using Adobe Lightroom to quickly process an image into a suitable passport photo according to the US Government specs. It features a handy Lightroom print template as well as a video tutorial. Given this article is from 2009, it definitely has had long legs!
Lightroom 3 is here:
My featured announcement of the release of Lightroom 3 is next on the list. In this article I outlined my favorite features for the new release. It is no secret I am an advocate for the program and I am gratified so many of you came here to see the new features.
By far my most popular article of 2010, this article discussed the use of cropping to isolate an image’s most compelling feature. What is most interesting to me about his article was that it became the springboard for the Holy Crop! blog.
Thank you for a great 2010. I appreciate your readership.
Rikk Flohr © 2010