Another Hidden Little Feature in Lightroom Mobile’s Camera
Apr26

Another Hidden Little Feature in Lightroom Mobile’s Camera

The hidden Exposure Compensation feature — it’s really well done (much more precise and better implemented than Apple’s version)

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Automatically Matching Exposure Across Multiple Images
Apr25

Automatically Matching Exposure Across Multiple Images

It’s Tuesday, and we have another awesome tip from Lightroom team member Benjamin Warde, and this one is a tip I showed this past week in my tips & tricks session on the Lightroom Track — how to automatically match exposure across multiple images. It’s less than 60-seconds (as always), and it’s a really handy tip: Thanks Benjamin! 🙂 Hope that gets your Tuesday off with a little learnin’ 🙂 Best, -Scott P.S....

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I’m Back, and It’s Time for a Quick Lightroom Tip
Apr24

I’m Back, and It’s Time for a Quick Lightroom Tip

Here’s how to make Lightroom show both your RAW image, plus your JPEG image as two separate files (for those folks who shoot RAW + JPEG on their camera).

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Adding Overlays To Lightroom’s Loupe View
Apr18

Adding Overlays To Lightroom’s Loupe View

There’s lots of info you can view superimposed over your image — Ben Warde shows you which ones, and how.

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Tip For Seeing a Better Color Preview in Lightroom’s Split Toning Panel
Apr17

Tip For Seeing a Better Color Preview in Lightroom’s Split Toning Panel

Here’s a great little tip on how to see your Hue at full Saturation, without dragging the slider to full Saturation. It’s like a preview of your color, and it makes it much easier to choose the Hue you’re looking for.

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