In 8-Days Our “Lightroom CC Power Tour” Launches in Charlotte
Aug18

In 8-Days Our “Lightroom CC Power Tour” Launches in Charlotte

RC, my co-host here on Lightroom Killer Tips, is launching our new KelbyOne Live Lightroom CC tour in just a few days, and we want you to be there (check out the short clip above from RC on what he’ll be teaching during the full day live seminar). Here’s it short and sweet: Who: RC Concepcion What: The Lightroom CC Power Tour, live full-day seminar Where: The Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, NC When: 10:00 am...

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Editing on a Plane or a Train with Lightroom Mobile
Aug17

Editing on a Plane or a Train with Lightroom Mobile

Hi Gang: Great to back from a wild, fun, amazing week at Photoshop World. (that’s a shot of the opening keynote above – photo by Brad Moore). Today’s is a quick tip for folks who use Lightroom Mobile (on your phone or tablet), who don’t always have an Internet connection but need to keep right on editing. There’s a feature called “Enable Offline Editing” that allows you to download the Smart...

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Read My New Lightroom Book Online for Free NOW!
Aug14

Read My New Lightroom Book Online for Free NOW!

It’s true – I put my entire new book online for you to read free (for a limited time). I’d go and check it out right now (but hey, that’s just me).

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Quick family portrait tip
Aug12

Quick family portrait tip

Let’s face it, if you are reading this chances are you are the photographer in the family. So that means that every holiday, gathering and vacation you are called on to take the family photo. Now I hope that you do this with joy and happiness and your family is loving and obedient and excited to help you take your shots. My family is more like Calvin and Hobbes than the Cleaver household, and so the family portraits tend to...

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Cool Little-Known Feature in Lightroom Mobile [video]
Aug07

Cool Little-Known Feature in Lightroom Mobile [video]

How to use Lightroom Mobile in the studio (and a very cool little-known feature of the whole Mobile thing).

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Get in close when shooting wide
Aug05

Get in close when shooting wide

Wide angle lenses are great for capture wide sweeping vistas, but often when used with people in the frame… the person gets squished down and almost becomes a secondary part of the image. Or even when shooting a landscape the foreground is overlooked while trying to capture the middle ground and background. Don’t forget that a lot of times the viewer’s eye loves something in the front area to act as a starting...

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