The hidden Exposure Compensation feature — it’s really well done (much more precise and better implemented than Apple’s version)
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....
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).
There’s lots of info you can view superimposed over your image — Ben Warde shows you which ones, and how.
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.