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Pick of the Week: Link Edition – Nov 4, 2008

Antonio MarquesFiled under:Pick of the Week: Link Edition

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A few days later this week, but here it is, a recommendation of some good reads around the web.

34 free Black & White film presets for Lightroom (Presets Heaven) – For all Lightroom users that miss the film era. 34 presets with some of the mostly used black and white film stocks.

Understanding Image Resolution (Shutterbug Source) - A nice explanation of what image resolution is and what it means for prints.

Tips for shooting star trails pictures (ADIDAP) – Star trails can create highly surreal images but they are not as easy to get as one might think. This article goes into what equipment you need, camera settings and taking the shot. The second part, processing, is still to come.

CS4: What’s in it for Photographers? (John Nack on Adobe) – Adobe has released the latest version of what is probably the best imaging software out there (too bad it’s not cheaper). As a photographer, what can you take out of this upgrade?

Have You Ever Needed to Use Your Photo Backup? (Epic Edits) – Still on his great Backup series, Brian asked this question and I’m very curious to see the answers. So, head over there and have your say.

And the disaster of the week, Digital Railroad has gone down. Here are a few articles where you can read more about it and some opinions of DRR forcefully ex-users:

The Second Mouse Gets The Cheese – Who Will Acquire Digital Railroad Assets?

Digital RailWreck

An Over Due Review: Digital Railroad vs. Photoshelter Collection

I feel like this has been a slow week in the photography world. What do you think?

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