I love Wordpress. I use it since it was still called B2/Cafelog, probably around 2002. Then I used its public .com version for my successful food-blog and the self-hosted one for a lot of my clients, including big names like JP Morgan or Bank Of New York Mellon. According to the latest stats, in 2020 Wordpress powers 35% of the entire Internet. It means it's installed on just shy of

This is a bit of old news but I still hear this question about Lightroom presets quite often. Over a year ago, Adobe decided to refine (= overhaul) how presets work in Lightroom. All of a sudden some of my own presets were not showing in the Develop panel anymore. And the same happened to others. In other cases, all the presets were showing but some had their names in

The new update to Luminar 4 is here. It's a minor update but it brings a couple interesting features and a few fixes. If you are remotely into photography you must have least heard of Luminar. Particularly with the last milestone, version 4, their marketing campaigns have been quite aggressive in trying to build hype. Skylum went all in with the promotion of their Artificial Intelligence. And one of the most

Everybody loves some abstract wallpapers, right? I installed a new app called Spectre on my iPhone. It's made by the same guys behind the Halide app, which is one of the best camera apps for smartphones. Spectre's purpose is to help you with long exposure photography, so you won't find it if you search for abstract wallpapers. I use it when out to shoot movement. For example, I used