Lightroom Tip: Seeing More Info on Clipped Highlight Areas
Aug15

Lightroom Tip: Seeing More Info on Clipped Highlight Areas

How to get more info on highlights areas that might be clipping, than just that triangle up in the Histogram.

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Really Handy Tips for Client Proofing Using Lightroom Web
Aug12

Really Handy Tips for Client Proofing Using Lightroom Web

Hi gang – and greetings from New York City (I’m doing a shoot this morning at the New York Public Library before they open to the public – a shoot for my book “The Great Indoors.”). Anyway, today I wanted to do a post on how to use Lightroom Web for doing online client proofing. STEP ONE: Go to Lightroom on your computer; choose the collection of images you want to make available to your client for...

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Landscape Plug-in Effect (without the plug-in) & 10 Book Winners!
Aug10

Landscape Plug-in Effect (without the plug-in) & 10 Book Winners!

(Above: What you see here is a cooling/warming effect applied using the Nik Color Efex Pro 4 Bi-Color Filter, that makes the sky bluer and the ground much warmer. We’re going to recreate the look all in Lightroom without the plug-in). OK, sure I could post the winners at the end, so at least you’d check out the tutorial, but you know, and I know you’d just scroll to the bottom anyway, so I won’t make you...

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I’m Giving Away 10 Copies of My New Book “How Do I Do That In Photoshop?”
Aug08

I’m Giving Away 10 Copies of My New Book “How Do I Do That In Photoshop?”

It’s a giveaway. Just enter a comment, and you’re entered. Winners announced here on Wed.

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Your “Stacking” Questions Answered
Aug05

Your “Stacking” Questions Answered

A quick video answering some of the questions you guys had on Stacking from Wednesday’s post on Auto Stacking.

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Have Lightroom Automatically Organize Your Collection Using “Auto Stack”
Aug03

Have Lightroom Automatically Organize Your Collection Using “Auto Stack”

Here’s how to use Auto-Stacking to bring order to your collection automatically by almost creating “mini-collections’ inside your collection. It’s pretty slick.

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