Joe McNally Photography

If you’ve never seen his work before then here’s a special treat. Joe McNally has been photographing for the National Geographic Society since 1987. Chances are, if you’ve lived on this earth for any period of time since ’87, you’ve seen Joe’s work somewhere. In addition to his work for National Geographic, Joe shoots for Sports Illustrated, ESPN The Magazine, Life, Time, Fortune, New York magazine,...

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Getting Your Photos Out of Lightroom (Exporting)

Ever since I started teaching people about Lightroom, there has been one question that I keep getting. It seems everyone understands how to get photos into Lightroom and there are lots of tutorials on processing and editing those photos once they’re in. However, the one thing that I keep getting questions on is how to get your photos out of Lightroom. There’s not really a “Save” button like there is in...

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Darkroom Magazine

I’m very happy to report the folks over at the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) have recently announced the launch of Darkroom® – the how-to magazine for Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom™ users. Darkroom, written for pro photographers, will feature in-depth tutorials and articles specifically for those photographers using Lightroom. I’ll be writing for it as well as Scott Kelby, Dave Cross, Corey Barker...

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Tinting Your Photos

If you don’t own a warming or cooling filter for your camera or you just flat-out forgot to use one when you took the shot, then consider trying the Temperature slider in Lightroom. Just go into the Develop module and you’ll see it. It’s right under the Histogram in the White Balance area and it’s a great way to add a warming or cooling effect to the photo after the fact. To cool the photo, drag the slider to...

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Adobe Videos Here!

Hey everyone! If you’re coming to this site from Adobe’s email, you may have noticed that they mention 3 videos. Here’s a quick way to get to each of those videos. Also, don’t forget that you can get to all of them in iTunes as a podcast. You won’t get all of the extra stuff that I put on the website, but it’s a good way to keep up with the videos. Black and White Conversion Using Lightroom and...

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