Video – Batch Cropping and More

Hey there! Today’s the first day of my Arches National Park photo workshop in Moab, Utah. Over the next few days I’ll be up at the crack of dawn (starting at 4am today) with my class shooting some of the prettiest landscapes in the country. Then we’ll hit the classroom to process the photos and go through the whole workflow. I’ll try to post some photos as we go along. OK, video time… I recorded a video...

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Video – Adjustment Brush Adjustments

This week I started to write my tip in a blog post and quickly realized it was going to take me a while to explain it the right way. With the wonderful world of video being so easy, I figured it would be so much easier to explain the tip if you could watch what I was doing. Hence the Friday video tip today. It deals with a little-known feature of the Adjustment Brush in Lightroom 2. It’s pretty neat so make sure you check it...

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Video – Lightroom and Photoshop Automation

Last week at Photoshop World in Boston, I taught a class on Lightroom/Photoshop integration. The class went over really well and I think it gave people a good look at why and when you’d go between the two programs. Well, during the class a did a tutorial on how to automate Lightroom with a Photoshop action and a Droplet. Now there’s two things you should know about this technique: 1) It’s really cool, and 2) I...

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Video – Auto Advancing Your Photos

This time around we’re going to look at a small setting that makes a big difference in the Library module. It’s called Auto Advance and it makes sorting through your photos work a little bit more like you’d think it should. In a nutshell, the setting automatically moves you to the next photo in the Library module once you apply some sort of rating or flat to it. It’s easy to turn on and I think once...

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Video – Stripping the Metadata from Your Photos

What’s really great about this website is that I get to share my experiences of teaching Lightroom (and the questions asked) with all of you even if you can’t be there. Today’s video is one of those cases where I wrote down a question last time I taught Lightroom that I heard multiple people ask through out the day. What they were looking for is an easy way to strip the metadata (typically the EXIF data) from the...

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Video – GPS Info

I wrote the post below (about the new Nikon D-Town show) last night so it released at midnight. I got up this morning and realized that I didn’t really have any official Lightroom insights to offer for the day in that post, so I created this video. We actually touch on the GPS information that is stored with your photos (if you have a GPS unit attached to your camera of course) in the D-town show. We even showed where you can...

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