Does anyone here use Adobe Lightroom? If you have, what do you think of it, what do you use it for?
Darkroom. Black and white. Fully manual old camera. It's magic!!I spent 30 years on and off shooting film, a lot of B&W, printing my in a darkroom. My "photographic eye" is always on as a result. I have BOXES of prints, negatives and slides. Have done some scanning and digitizing of photographic prints. I have enough to keep me busy as a retirement project until I am no longer with this earth.
My wife and I were into that way back too.Darkroom. Black and white. Fully manual old camera. It's magic!!
Previous post was before I saw your latest. DSLR cameras are digital Single Lens Reflex cameras modelled after the film base SLR cameras. Your view is through your lens, reflected by the mirror through the optical system into your eyepiece. What you see is what you get, sort of analog style. You press the shutter the mirror moves up the shutter curtain moves at the speed you set, the image is recorded, the shutter closes and the mirror comes back down.What is the difference between DSLR and Mirrorless?