In the first look video, we gave you a first peak at the new pangolin-journal monster coming with Backlight 4. This video offers a deeper dive, and introduces some core concepts to using the new module. It clocks in at just over 25 minutes, but you will hopefully find it informative.
A while back, I ripped up my personal website. I’ve recently been rebuilding, have been publishing a lot of new albums, and realized this is a prime opportunity for sharing how I use Backlight when publishing images out of Capture One Pro. I mean, I’m doing it anyway; why not make it a learning opportunity? I hope this sheds some light for someone.
Backlight 3.2 is coming soon! In this video, I show off my favorite new feature in the upcoming update, how to upload custom images in Backlight’s publisher, for an album’s cover and hero images.
Backlight 3.1 is live, and so we delve into the new image watermarking feature in video form.
This one was been a long time coming. I’ve dreaded recording it, but because I knew it would be long, and difficult, and kind of all over the place. I’m glad now it’s done, and I feel I was able to trace a mostly linear path through it. The video does clock in at a […]