Getting “Photoshop-like” Guides in Lightroom
Dec19

Getting “Photoshop-like” Guides in Lightroom

Want to have access to Photoshop-like guides right within Lightroom CC? Here’s where they’re buried.

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Lightroom Film Noir “Light Coming Through The Shades” Trick
Dec12

Lightroom Film Noir “Light Coming Through The Shades” Trick

Happy Monday ya’ll, and #rolltide! Today we’re doing a Lightroom trick that mimics the look of light streaming though some window shades and falling on your subject. Amazingly easy to do, and you have a lot of control over the final effect. Check it out: Hope you found that helpful! I’m off to Dallas tomorrow for my seminar there on Wednesday (not too late to come out and spend the day with me if you can)....

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Lightroom CC Gets An Update Today, Too!
Dec08

Lightroom CC Gets An Update Today, Too!

Lightroom for the Desktop got an update today, too! Both Lightrooms (iPhone and otherwise) got updates. It’s “Double-update Thursday!”

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Time for a Lightroom Coffee Break: Sharpening with the View Mask Feature
Dec06

Time for a Lightroom Coffee Break: Sharpening with the View Mask Feature

It’s Lightroom Coffee Break from Adobe’s own Benjamin Warde who shares a really great, somewhat hidden feature, that is incredibly useful when it comes to sharpening. You’ll dig it (and the tip is just 60-seconds long).

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How to Deal With Clipping in Lightroom, and…
Dec02

How to Deal With Clipping in Lightroom, and…

Here’s how to deal with one of the biggest image problems we face as digital photographers: Clipping. Plus, why sometimes your camera tells you an image is clipping (you get a highlight warning), but then when you open the image in Lightroom, they clipping is gone.

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More Realistic HDR Images Using “Enfuse”
Oct17

More Realistic HDR Images Using “Enfuse”

Hi gang – and howdy from Charlotte, North Carolina (here for my seminar today). So, last week I had Real Estate photographer Thomas Grubba as my guest on “The Grid” (our life weekly talk show for photographers), and he was talking about how he uses a Lightroom plug-in called: “Enfuse” It’s from a developer in the UK, and it’s what Thomas uses to take his bracketed real estate photography...

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