The most common raw editors have to be Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop and without a doubt they are great at what they do. However, there is lot of reasons why someone may not want to go for either of these options. You may not like subscription services, or they may not be available for your system (ahem, Linux). So for this article we will cover three of the most popular, completely free (no paid options), cross-platform (available on Mac, Windows and Linux) options.
So you have been shooting for a while now, you have gotten the basics down and are looking for a way to expand your photography. Well there are many ways to expand , you could get a new body, a new lens, try your hand at a different type of photography or you could look into filters. Filters are a relatively inexpensive way to try different things.
There have been so many times where I have been out camping or hiking before the sun had risen or long after the sun has set and each time I am thankful for any type of light I have. Since the Vyc Waterproof light is a tube, instead of giving off a pointed light like a flashlight, it surrounds you in a ring of light so you and those around you can easily see your way. With 450lms it comfortably lights about 20 feet around you.