A while back I traveled to Dubai and realized I never changed the time/date on my camera. As a result, all of the capture times of my photos were off by 9 hours. Well there’s a cool little feature in Lightroom that (if you’re like me and always forget to change it) let’s you change the capture date and time after the fact. Thanks for stopping by!
Today’s tip is from one of the comments on Monday’s “Wedding Day” preset post. Blog reader Nick Noble, left me a comment about installing presets and a different way to do it. Sure enough, there is a WAY better way to install presets in Lightroom. Check out the video to see how. Thanks Nick!
Hey everyone. A friend of mine, Dawn Camp over at MyHomeSweetHomeOnline.net sent me a graphic the other week and asked if we could create something similar in Lightroom. After working with it for a while, I realized that (with some Photoshop help of course) we definitely could. There’s some cool little tricks for the Print module along the way as well. Hope you enjoy!
This week’s video comes from a request I got on my Facebook page. It’s a pretty specific question and something that you’d normally think Lightroom doesn’t do. But when you learn about the Quick Develop loophole, it’s actually pretty cool. Enjoy!
Even though they’re at the very bottom of the Develop module panel, one of the first settings I change on my photos is the Camera Calibration Profile. The problem is that it’s one of those really tedious things to do for each photo you edit. Especially when you know that you want to apply the same profile for a bunch of photos. Well, in this video I’ll show you a couple of ways to apply a profile if you’ve...
Today I’ve got another one of those Before/After videos for you. This time we stay primarily in Lightroom with a tiny bit of Photoshop retouching. It uses one of the new panels in Lightroom 3 – Lens Correction as well as the usual stuff (Exposure, Sharpening, etc ). Thanks and let me know what you think. Enjoy!