Under the light of the full moon, Mika Suutari Photography created "Lunar Effect:" [ Bit.ly Link ]
Remembering and respecting the first official National Park Service photographer, George Grant, with some of his best photos: [ Bit.ly Link ]
When Budapest was cloaked in fog, Rizsavi Tamás (and his camera) jumped into action: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Ten years ago today, the first version of Lightroom officially launched, and boy it’s been a wild ride since then. Tap the video for a game of “Splash Screen Roulette” and a dose of nostalgia. Which Lightroom splash screen was your first?
Birds of a feather flock (and sit) together in these photos taken by a Portland Police Bureau officer: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Is it time for spring cleaning yet? Adobe Evangelist Terry White walks through how to organize your photos in Lightroom CC.
Is it cold in here? Warm up your editing skills with Julieanne Kost, Photoshop and Lightroom Evangelist as she dives into her Antarctica photoshoots and post-processing tips. On the blog here: [ Adobe.ly Link ]
An ethereal aquatic series from George Kamelakis turns mere swimmers into mermaids: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Wishing you luck throughout the Year of the Rooster: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Lava, mountains, and starry skies...what more could you ask for from Check My Dream - Photography? [ Bit.ly Link ]
In this week's Lightroom Coffee Break, Ben Warde guides you through crop overlays:
"I consistently focus and combine both simplicity and minimalism to achieve a dreamy artistic approach to my photography." -claireonline

Full "Silence" series here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
There's a slow train comin' up around the bend and Alexander Riek Photography got the shot: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Look over there! Just kidding...but check out these tips for creating a strong focal point in your photos: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Kristina Makeeva walked on (frozen) water to capture this series of the world's oldest lake, Lake Baikal: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Scott Kelby unlocks a secret Lightroom Mobile trick for finer adjustments here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Rare snow in Kyoto made for a surreal photoshoot: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Ever wonder why Ansel Adams' photography is so beautifully balanced? The Golden Ratio may be why...[ Bit.ly Link ]
Brr...❄Oscar Keserci brings the cold front back from Finland in this winter photo series: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Sometimes life isn’t fair. Like when Lightroom/ACR coding ninja Eric Chan also happens to be a rock star behind the lens. Here are his favorite photos from 2016 (and no shame in feeling as jealous as we are:) [ Adobe.ly Link ]