In this video, I spend some time doing Backlight on an iPad Pro, for no other reason than to show you how very usable Backlight 3 is on the iPad Pro. If the iPad is your go-to device for photo processing, or if you’re on the go with the iPad, Backlight should fit nicely into […]
Our first update is now available for Backlight 3, including fixes, quality-of-life improvements, and feedback accumulated during launch. Changes below. Also, be sure to download the 5.0.1 version of the Publish Services plugin for Lightroom Classic, if you haven’t already done so. Is important! How-to: Installing Updates in Backlight. Backlight 3.0.1 Changes RSS feed titles […]
Another day, another video. This time, we take a quick look at the new Album Permalinks feature in Backlight 3. This is really cool, as it allows you to simplify albums URLs that you might be sending to clients. This might be particularly relevant to wedding and portrait studio photographers, depending on how you organize […]
For our first Backlight 3 feature, I’ve made this video about the new “Hero Image” feature in Pangolin Album. Because not all heroes wear capes.
First patches are now available for Backlight 3, fast-fixing some issues in the new release. The Publish Services plugin for Lightroom Classic is now at 5.0.1. Backlight 3 users publishing from Lightroom will definitely want to be on the 5.x version of the plugin. If you need documentation, here’s Installing the Publish Services Plugin. Also, […]