Follow Up: Insetting One Photo On Top of Another In Lightroom
Dec18

Follow Up: Insetting One Photo On Top of Another In Lightroom

This is quick follow-up to Monday’s post where I show how to create the optional “Photo inset” that I mentioned in that post. It’s really quick and easy (hope you give it a try).

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Follow-up to Yesterday’s Lightroom Mobile Post From Lightroom Guru Rob Sylvan
Dec17

Follow-up to Yesterday’s Lightroom Mobile Post From Lightroom Guru Rob Sylvan

Great follow-up to my post yesterday — Rob talks about moving Raw files over to Lightroom Mobile.

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My Workflow For Using Lightroom Mobile In The Studio
Dec16

My Workflow For Using Lightroom Mobile In The Studio

It’s a short tutorial on how to set up Lightoom so it not only send your images to Lightroom Mobile, but also to the Web so anyone, anywhere can proof live right along with you, as if they were there on the shoot.

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Creating Back-screened Images in Lightroom
Dec15

Creating Back-screened Images in Lightroom

Back-screening is a popular method of taking a full color image and lightening it so dramatically that you can easily put text over it and have it be clearly readable, or add another smaller inset photo on top of it and have it stand out, etc.. You’ll see this used a lot for the title slide of a slideshow or maybe in a wedding book, or just for an effect. You start in the Develop module but finish in the Print Module where you...

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Awesome Lightroom Tip For Sports Photographers (who use Macs)
Dec12

Awesome Lightroom Tip For Sports Photographers (who use Macs)

This is a workaround for getting a widely used (and beloved) feature in Photo Mechanic into your Lightroom-only sports photography workflow. We call it “The Sneaky Pete Play” — if you use Lightroom on a Mac, you’ll dig it.

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Quick Tip: Getting Better Results From Lightroom’s Spot Removal Tool
Dec10

Quick Tip: Getting Better Results From Lightroom’s Spot Removal Tool

This a quick little tip, but it’s sure a handy one. If you’re using the Spot Removal tool to remove a spot or a blemish and the results look kind of funky, it’s probably because the tool didn’t pick a similar enough area (text, tone and/or content wise) to give you a good fix. Take a look at the image below…

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