Keeping  Your Color Consistent Between Lightroom and Photoshop
Mar31

Keeping Your Color Consistent Between Lightroom and Photoshop

Hi Gang: First, sorry for missing yesterday’s post — I was flying back from Amsterdam with an early flight, and I just kinda ran out of time. Plus, with all the weed and stuff over there…(just kidding, just a joke). 😉 Anyway, today we’re looking at going back and forth between Lightroom and Photoshop and, if you do that, I’m sure you want consistency in your color between the two programs, right? Right!...

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Adding Color
Mar25

Adding Color

One of the great things about the adjustment tools is that you can add color to the affect. Heck it could be the only setting you applied to that tool. I rely heavily on Photoshop’s color picker/eyedropper to help me choose colors since I have been known to have some color issues. 😀 But if you use a track pad or tablet device such as a Wacom Intous in Lightroom and you click on the color swatch to choose a color… as soon...

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I’m Giving Away 10-Copies of My “Photoshop For Lightroom Users” Book
Mar24

I’m Giving Away 10-Copies of My “Photoshop For Lightroom Users” Book

It’s that time again! Let’s give away TEN print copies of my “Photoshop for Lightroom Users” book. Just leave a comment here and you’re entered – the drawing is on Friday evening. Good luck!

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Printing a Multi-Photo Layout? Consider “Draft Mode”
Mar23

Printing a Multi-Photo Layout? Consider “Draft Mode”

When and why to use Draft Mode printing (and when NOT to use it).

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It’s “The Lightroom Show” Episode #6 with Scott & RC
Mar20

It’s “The Lightroom Show” Episode #6 with Scott & RC

It’s time for another riveting (how’s that for an adjective?) episode of our weekly Lightroom tips and techniques webcast, “The Lightroom Show” with me and RC.

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Big Timesaver For Making Panoramas Starting in Lightroom
Mar16

Big Timesaver For Making Panoramas Starting in Lightroom

Here’s a real timesaving tip to use the next time you’re stitching together a pano starting in Lightroom.

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