Lightroom Catalog FAQ – Should I Delete Old Catalogs?
Oct10

Lightroom Catalog FAQ – Should I Delete Old Catalogs?

A couple weeks back I posted about installing Lightroom if you have the Creative Cloud subscription. One of the questions I got back was a really good one so I wanted to post/answer it here. Q. I’ve upgraded to LR5 and converted my catalogs over to the new version. Should I delete the old LR4 catalog?Is there any reason to keep it? A. One of the best ways to answer the question is to let you know how Lightroom works when you...

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I’m Teaching Photoshop Compositing Secrets At PhotoPlus Expo in New York
Oct03

I’m Teaching Photoshop Compositing Secrets At PhotoPlus Expo in New York

If you’re in the New York area around October 24-26, then you need to check out the PhotoPlus Expo. It’s a huge show one of of the industry’s hottest events of the year. And while you’re there, you should check out my class Photoshop Compositing Secrets on Thursday from 4-6pm (smooth transition into pimping out my class huh?) Also, I was honored that Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, and iconic image maker...

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Lightroom 5 And The Creative Cloud Q&A
Oct01

Lightroom 5 And The Creative Cloud Q&A

Over the last few months I’ve seen more and more people subscribe to the Creative Cloud. Partly because everyone who went to Photoshop World got a free subscription for 1-year and partly because Adobe just announced a photographers bundle where you get Lightroom and Photoshop for $9.99/month. Anyway, since that’s happened, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about what to do if you already have Lightroom installed...

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Lightroom Video Tip: Speed Through Your Photo Editing
Sep26

Lightroom Video Tip: Speed Through Your Photo Editing

If you find yourself trying to move through your photos quickly to pick the best ones, then you’ll be happy to know that Lightroom has a great little trick to help out. It’s called Auto-Advance. When you turn it on, Lightroom will then automatically move to the next photo whenever you flag, rate, or label one of your photos. Depending on how you work in Lightroom, it can be a great time...

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Lightroom Video: The Ultimate Trick for Working With Skies
Sep20

Lightroom Video: The Ultimate Trick for Working With Skies

One of Lightroom’s best features for working with skies in your photos is the Graduated Filter. It’s a great way to realistically tame a bright sky without actually using a glass filter on your lens in the field. One of the problems with the Grad filter though (whether you use a real filter or the one in Lightroom), is that it tends to darken anything that goes above your horizon line (like trees or mountains). Well, in...

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