Friday Tip – Full Screen View

Happy Friday folks. I just taught a Lightroom class yesterday and got a great question that I’m turning into a tip. I kept looking at my photos in full screen view and I just take that shortcut for granted because I do it so much. Finally, some one asked me how I keep doing that and I heard a bunch of “Yeah’s” in the audience. It’s really easy. When you’re working on your photos and you want to see...

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Wednesday Inspiration – LeRoy DeJolie

I’m just a few weeks away from my Arizona workshop with the GAPW. We’re going to Page, Arizona to shoot the Antelope Slot Canyons and surrounding areas. Anyway… that’s besides the point. This morning I was searching for some hot photo spots around the area since I’ll be out there a day early and guess what I came across? LeRoy DeJolie’s website. LeRoy is actually the pro-photographer that is...

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Video – Using History in Lightroom

This week’s video comes directly from a question I get all the time. It’s all about History. See… we have a History palette in Photoshop but Lightroom’s history is a little bit different (and cooler in some ways). First off, Lightroom saves everything! Even when you close the program down and open it back up – your history states are still there. You can always go back to any point in your editing of a...

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Lightroom 1.2 and Camera Raw 4.2 Are Available

Bet you didn’t think you’d get a dose of Friday news did you? Well, it’s just a special day isn’t it Seriously though, Lightroom 1.2 and Camera Raw 4.2 are out. You can download them from this link. Of notable interest is the support for the new Canon 40D. Tom Hogarty’s blog (the Lightroom Product Manager at Adobe) listed a few things to note about the updates. If you get past the stuff about “Bayer...

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Friday Tips

As you know I always like to wrap the week up with a tip (or two). First off, I’ve gotta say thanks to all of you that came out to my Lightroom session at Photoshop World last week. It was amazing and the feedback was outstanding. Thanks! Tip #1: Here’s a neat one to use when cropping or straightening. See, when you crop an image Lightroom pops up a grid over your photo to help you crop. It’s the Rule of Thirds grid...

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