Get the Red Eye Out

This week I’m taking a look at the Red Eye removal tool in Lightroom. Why red eye you ask? Because it happens. We know it shouldn’t happen and there’s plenty of ways to help keep it from happening but for those times it does, you’re going to be happy that Lightroom does indeed have this feature. So sit back, fire up the video and see how to remove red eye from your photos in Lightroom. Click here to watch the...

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My Interview with Scott Kelby

I know what you’re thinking. Today is Friday and Friday is tip day. Well I have a tip. In fact, there are two today. But I’ve left it up to Scott Kelby to give them to you (they’re at the end of the video). If you remember last week I posted Dave Cross’s interview with Scott Kelby about Lightroom. Well, I said to myself, “Self, how come all of us here at Lightroom Killer Tips were left out of the...

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Quick Develop in Lightroom

One topic I hear a lot of questions on is the Quick Develop module in Lightroom. Why is it there? What does it do? When should I use Quick Develop over the Develop module? Well that’s what this week’s video covers – Quick Develop. I’ll talk a little about where it fits in and how you can use it in your workflow to quickly improve groups of photos all at once. Click Here to Download Video (5...

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The Power of Lightroom Collections

Well folks, I’m back. After 7 days in Santa Fe, New Mexico teaching a Photoshop class – then, 4 days in Taos, New Mexico doing lots of skiing (and a little falling too) with my wife and kids – and finally 2 days at Adobe’s HQ in San Jose, California (AKA: The Mothership) attending a Lightroom Launch Party and a Certified Training Partner event – I’m back in the saddle. So let’s jump right into...

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White Balance

Lightroom has one of the best ways to preview and set the white balance that I’ve seen. In addition to the basic settings, as well as the temperature and tint sliders, there is also the white balance eyedropper, which rocks. Not necessarily the eyedropper itself, but the visual preview you get while using it is my favorite. In this week’s video, we’ll take a look at the various ways to use these settings in Version 1...

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Selectively Improving Colors

Often when you’re editing a photo you’ll want to boost or reduce certain colors in your photo – not all of them. That’s where the HSL panel comes in. It lets you do just that, similar to what Photoshop’s Hue/Saturation adjustment does. However, there’s a sweet new trick in Version 1 of Lightroom that steps it up a notch. It’s a visual way to boost a color (or colors) in your photo. It gives...

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