Lightroom Weekly Worth-a-click

Here’s a few links worth checking out while you’re web surfing today: • Sean McCormack wrote a very cool little article on Lightroom plug-ins. There’s a lot of ‘em out there and this sums it up very nicely. • X-rite’s Color Checker Passport has direct integration when it comes to custom profiles in Lightroom. • Rob Sylvan wrote an article called “10 Things I Wish I Could Tell Every New Lightroom...

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Lightroom 2.5 (Camera Raw 5.5) Available

There’s a new preset post below this one but I wanted to give you a quick update. Lightroom 2.5 update is out (and Camera Raw 5.5). Its mainly a camera update (D3000 and D300s) but there’s some other very minor stuff as well. Check out Lightroom Product Manager Tom Hogarty’s blog for more details and visit the link below to download the updates. Click here to go to Adobe’s Update...

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A BIG Lightroom Seminar Thanks!

There’s an actual Lightroom-learning-related post below this one, but I want to give a big THANK YOU to everyone who attended my Lightroom seminars last week (in Chicago on Monday and New York City on Wednesday). I had two of the best crowds that a live instructor, standing in front of hundreds of people, could possibly hope for. On Monday we had over 400 people in Chicago and on Wednesday we had nearly 700 in New York. Both...

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Worth-a-click

Here’s a few links worth checking out while you’re web surfing today: • Got Lightroom questions? Scott Kelby did a monster Q&A the other day on Lightroom based on some ideas he got from a recent workshop. There are a ton of questions answered in the comments so make sure you stop by and take a look through and I think you’ll be amazed at what you learn. • Scott Bourne interviewed me on Photofocus Episode 8....

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Lightroom Catalog and Preset Backup Plug-in

For a while now, I’ve had people ask if your presets were backed up with the Lightroom backup functionality. Well they’re not. But The Photo Geek has released a Lightroom catalog and preset backup plug-in that backs up your catalog and presets and templates and all that good stuff. After giving it a try, I’d consider it more of a power-user tool as its just a bit intimidating with all of the directories its asking...

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Lightroom Flickr Preset Extractor

Mike Wiacek wrote a little program that extracts a Lightroom preset from a Flickr photo. Basically, if you see a Flickr photo you like, you can try out the Preset Extractor to create a Lightroom preset of the effect. The extractor looks at the metadata and tries to reverse engineer it into a preset. Of course it only works if people don’t strip the EXIF data from their photos before posting them and it only seems to work with...

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