#286: You Don’t Need To Make New Friends

© Eugene Richards

This week, the amount of new post-production tools (including the newly announced Lightroom CC) inspires a discussion around workflow and the potential need for evolution in how we catalog and process our photographs. While some photographers (ourselves included) tend to prefer the “old” ways of doing things, tools seem to be making a shift, both in capability and in target audience. Also, we begin a look at whether or not you even need a website anymore. There doesn’t seem to be a definitive answer either way and, in the end, it really depends on what you want to get out of your work. Eugene Richards is our Photographer of the Week.

Adobe doesn’t care what you think and quits the standalone version while launching the new Lightroom CC – 43 Rumors

Adobe’s new version of Lightroom lets you resume editing anywhere – The Verge

Adobe CC Photography Plan | Professional Photo Editing Software

Photographer Dawoud Bey wins MacArthur genius grant

Climber Hayden Kennedy and Partner Inge Perkins Dead After Avalanche – adventure journal

Worlds most dangerous hikes – Angels landing, Zion (full hike) – YouTube

William Eggleston, at 78, in a New Key – NYTimes.com

Blade Runner 2049: Inside the Dark Future of a Sequel 35 Years in the Making | WIRED

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #OutOfTheOrdinary

Eugene Richards – Wikipedia


Faith in Winter — EUGENE RICHARDS

The unflinching eye of Eugene Richards – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian

FUJIFILM X70 | Fujifilm Global