Workflow Tip – Crop First

Here’s a quick workflow tip for you. If you’re wondering when the right time to crop is then consider this. When you work through processing and developing your photos, chances are you’re going to be looking at the histogram often, right. Well, why leave an area in your photo that may affect the histogram significantly, when you’re just going to crop it out later? That’s why I crop first. Actually, second...

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Neil and Susan Silverman Photography

This week’s gallery spotlight is Neil and Susan Silverman (the Silvermans). They teach workshops for the Great American Photography Workshops and they’ve both got some really amazing work. I was privileged to be able to participate a couple years ago on a workshop with them in Bar Harbor, Maine. Let me tell ya’ – these two are passionate about photography. Neil is an absolute maniac and he will make sure your...

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Video – Renaming Photos in Lightroom

This week’s video is on renaming photos once they’re already in Lightroom. Now, you may already know you can rename when you import into Lightroom. But what if you don’t? I’ve heard many requests for a Batch Rename feature similar to what we had in Bridge. Well Lightroom has a feature that’s does just that. It’s useful for renaming a bunch of photos or just one if that’s all you need. Click...

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Tip – Has your photo been edited?

Ever want to quickly tell if your photo has been edited in Lightroom. Come on, you know when you’re sitting there alone at night the urge comes over you and you just can’t help it. You HAVE to know if a photo has been edited. Seriously though, I’ve found many times where I just wanted to see if I’ve done anything to a photo or not. If you get the urge too, there’s a quick way to tell. When you’re...

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Removing Dust Spots from Multiple Photos

Ever go on a photo shoot only to get back and realize there was some type of dust or spot on your lens. So not only is the spot there for one photo but it’s there on all of your photos. In Photoshop it would be a royal pain in the butt to get red of each one of them but in Lightroom it’s a breeze. By using the Remove Spots tool along with the Synchronize feature you can get rid of those spots in just a few seconds. While...

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