Removing Moiré Patterns in Lightroom
Aug28

Removing Moiré Patterns in Lightroom

Lightroom makes fixing this annoying phenomenon really quick and easy. :)

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Black and White preference
Aug26

Black and White preference

Here is a quick tip to help you with your Black and White conversions… make sure that “Apply auto mix when first converting to black and white” is turned on in the Preferences panel under the Presets tab. This will give you a head start in tweaking and fine tuning your black and white mix instead of looking at a straight row of sliders and having to guess at the best mix. This is a very simple thing, but if you...

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Creating Contact Sheets With a ‘Slide Mount Look’ in Lightroom
Aug25

Creating Contact Sheets With a ‘Slide Mount Look’ in Lightroom

I was looking online this week and saw an old sheet of color slides in those plastic sleeves where we used to store them in folders, and it made me start thinking about how cool it would be to have something like that in Lightroom where you could just click a button or two and it be there, so I set out to figure out how, and it’s easier than you’d think. It takes a little Photoshop up front (simple stuff), but once...

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You’re Invited To Be a Part of My 8th Annual Worldwide Photo Walk
Aug24

You’re Invited To Be a Part of My 8th Annual Worldwide Photo Walk

Hi Gang – everybody that comes to this blog is a photographer, so I wanted to be sure to personally invite you to my 8th Annual Worldwide Photo Walk™ which is coming Saturday, Oct 3rd all over the world. I’m leading a local walk in Sydney, Australia (my first time every in Australia, and I’m totally psyched!). All the details about the walk are over on my daily blog at scottkelby.com where I did a “Photo Walk...

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How to get the new “Dehaze” slider on a brush
Aug21

How to get the new “Dehaze” slider on a brush

Sure, it’s a workaround, but it works! For folks who have Lightroom CC & Photoshop CC.

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Try multiple shots
Aug19

Try multiple shots

You are out shooting, and something catches your eye… you set up for the shot and take the picture… and then move on to the next spot. How often do you zoom in or out at that spot or take a different angle to cover your bases? I am slowly learning (That could be my life’s motto) to take a couple of extra shots. I tried to get the web domain hyperphoto, since I tend to already be heading to my next picture before I...

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