If you have a bunch of backup copies of your catalog, today’s the day to set yourself free! (that sound way more dramatic than this tip really is).
The hidden Exposure Compensation feature — it’s really well done (much more precise and better implemented than Apple’s version)
Here’s how to make Lightroom show both your RAW image, plus your JPEG image as two separate files (for those folks who shoot RAW + JPEG on their camera).
There’s lots of info you can view superimposed over your image — Ben Warde shows you which ones, and how.
Here’s a great little tip on how to see your Hue at full Saturation, without dragging the slider to full Saturation. It’s like a preview of your color, and it makes it much easier to choose the Hue you’re looking for.
Psyched about my new class on all those little techniques I get asked about so often that are really important, but not long enough to be a class by themselves. But…what if you took a whole bunch of those and put them all together in one class? Ahhhhh, now you see where this is going. 🙂