Lightroom 6.3 Is Here!
Nov17

Lightroom 6.3 Is Here!

Hey guys – just got the word from Tom Hogarty that Lightroom 6.3 is Out! In addition to adding camera profiles and repairing some bugs that will make the Lightroom experience a lot smoother, they have gone back to the original 1 window Import dialog box. Make sure that you go out to your Creative Cloud Account and get the latest update.  If you want to see the whole list we’ve included it below.   New Camera Support...

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Having Problems w Lightroom 6.2? Rolling Back the Update (Video)
Oct07

Having Problems w Lightroom 6.2? Rolling Back the Update (Video)

With the newest release of Lightroom 6.2 – there have been users that are experiencing issues with the program. From random hangs to force quits – it would seem that the experiences are focused on the newest Mac OS release of El Capitan – but this is just my opinion on it. In the interest of trying to help this along I figured I would do a short video talking about the things that could help your installation of...

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What is new in Lightroom
Oct05

What is new in Lightroom

What’s new in Lightroom… Adobe has just added some new features to Lightroom CC desktop in their latest update. The two biggest changes are a Revamped import experience and the Dehaze filter can now be applied as a local adjustment. 1.The new Import interface is cleaner and easier to understand, especially for the new user. Adobe has done a great job to make the entire import procedure easier and more effective for everyone, but still...

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3 Keyboard Shortcuts for  People View
Apr28

3 Keyboard Shortcuts for People View

As a person who does a lot of pictures of people, I am very excited to get into tagging them in People view in Lightroom CC. Here are three shortcuts that I think will speed up that process for you. O and G : The G key will always bring you to Grid view in Lightroom – so we already know that one. The O key will bring you into People view. If you have your people scanning turned off in Activity center, this is the only time that...

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Quick Tip: Turning off  a Plugin
Apr27

Quick Tip: Turning off a Plugin

Here’s a quick tip to start off your Monday. If you have a plugin that you would like to stop running in Lightroom CC, it’s as easy as going into the Plugin Manager. Click on File>Plugin Manager and you’ll see a list of running plugins for your system. Highlight the one that you want to stop and click on the Disable button on the right of the window. Now, the plugin is stopped, and no longer...

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