Video – Creating Versions (Virtual Copies)

I’d have to say that Virtual Copies are one of my favorite features in Lightroom. This is a feature that sneaks under most people’s radar, but I think they’re incredibly powerful. Think about it this way. How many times do you want to see your photo as say, a color photo – then maybe in black and white – then maybe even as a sepia-tinted photo? Imagine what a pain in the neck it would be to try and create...

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Video – My Top 10 Shortcuts

This week’s video is taking a slightly different spin then usual. Usually, I show you some type of tool or technique in Lightroom but this time I’m showing you my top 10 favorite shortcuts. These are things that I use all of the time because they help me work faster. When I demo Lightroom I always have people come up to me and ask “How’d you do that so fast”. Sometimes I even forget because these...

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Location Lighting Kit

Hey everyone. Based on the huge demand that B&H Photo received for Scott Kelby’s lighting equipment used in many of his demos, they went ahead and put together the Scott Kelby Location Lighting Kit. It’s out of stock right now but if you do manage to pick up the kit from B&H, Scott went ahead and created a video of how to set it up and use it. Check out the video here or click here to purchase the kit from...

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Video Tutorial – Printing with Borders

I have to say that it’s pretty darn amazing to see that Lightroom users are already coming up with ways to tweak Lightroom and get it to do things it probably wasn’t originaly built to do. A while ago, at Photoshop World, I saw a demo at onOne Softeware’s booth about tweaking the identity plate in the Print module to print a border around a photo. I had also heard about a post on Sean McCormack’s blog where he...

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Friday Tip – Black and White Tip

When I convert my photos to black and white, I usually nail the exposure and white balance before the conversion. That means setting the White Balance, Exposure, and Blacks settings. However, when you make the black and white conversion it’s always good to revisit those settings. Depending on which conversion method you use (one of the presets in Develop or by clicking Grayscale) Lightroom can change things about your photos....

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