Lens Correction Coming in Lightroom 3

Here’s some cool news in the Lightroom world. Adobe Lightroom Product Manager Tom Hogarty revealed on his blog yesterday, that Lightroom 3 will have Lens Correction in it. From looking at comments every time a new beta has been released, I’ve noticed this is one of those things that a lot of LR users have requested so it’s good to see it make the cut into LR3. Still no official date on the full version of LR3 (so...

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Blogging Again at Scott's Today

Hey everyone. I’m blogging over at Scott’s again today while he’s taking a break. I wrote about 5 lessons for landscape photography that I’ve picked up over time. It’s complete with photos and examples so it should make a good read. Included in them are some photos from my Moab, Utah trip the other week so I’d love if you went by to check them out and let me know which ones you like best....

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Presets – The Vintage Look

This week on Photoshop TV I did a Lightroom/Camera Raw preset tutorial. Part of the tutorial was creating a vintage-style look for your photos. It came out great and definitely adds a nice 70′s look to a photo. So I decided to create two Lightroom presets for it. One of them is simply the vintage look and will work fine in Lightroom 2 and Lightroom 3 Beta. The second one incorporates the same look but also the Grain setting...

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Lightroom News and Scott Kelby's Blog

Hi all. I’m posting over at Scott’s blog today so make sure you stop by and give it a read. As for Lightroom, the only big thing that happened this week is LR 2.7 was released. Mostly camera updates so if you fall into the category of owning one of the newly supported cameras you’ll want to grab the update. There’s also some fine tuning in the way that LR reads the raw file (called demosaicing). If you’re...

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Video – Before/After with an Edgy/Dramatic Look

It’s time for another before/after video and I took this one in a slightly different direction. The photo I started out with has a very edgy and contrasty look to it to begin with. With a lot of work with the Adjustment Brush inside of Lightroom we can take it in a very different direction. Of course the usual sliders make their appearance (white balance, Exposure), but I think it’s interesting to see what can be done with...

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