How to Find Which Images Don’t Have Smart Previews (or vice versa)
Sep16

How to Find Which Images Don’t Have Smart Previews (or vice versa)

Here’s a quick way to find which images have smart previews, which don’t, and quickly apply smart previews to the ones that don’t (or remove them from the ones that do. Your choice).

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Unlocking The Power of the Adjustment Brush Online Course
Sep15

Unlocking The Power of the Adjustment Brush Online Course

Hi gang – if you’re looking to learn something really useful about Lightroom this weekend, I hope you’ll check out my KelbyOne in-depth online class on Unlocking The Power of Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush and related tools. I get emails all the time from photographers who have watched this class telling me this class really opened their eyes; took away any apprehensiveness about the tools, and literally unlocked...

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We made the Top 10!!! Whoo Hoo!!!  (and of course, a Lightroom tip)
Sep14

We made the Top 10!!! Whoo Hoo!!! (and of course, a Lightroom tip)

  Hang gang – we did it – LightroomKillerTips made the top 10! Whoo Hooo! Super psyched to see Feedspot ranked our LightroomKillerTips blog at #8 of all photography blogs!!! How sweet is that!!!! My personal blog (scottkelby.com) came in ranked at #38 of the top 100, but come on #8 – that is just awesome! Honored to be on the list at all, and very excited to be in such great company. Here’s the complete...

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Lightroom Mobile Update: Built-in Camera Now Shoots in RAW!
Sep13

Lightroom Mobile Update: Built-in Camera Now Shoots in RAW!

Big news out of Adobe today for iPhone and iPad users — on the heels of Apple announcing last week that iOS 10 will support Adobe’s .DNG raw format, Adobe released an update to Lightroom Mobile that lets you shoot RAW .DNG images with its built-in camera. When you launch Lightroom Mobile’s camera, to pick your file format (JPG or raw DNG), tap the little file format icon that appears at the top of the camera (or in the...

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Another Way To Edit a Video Clip In Lightroom
Sep12

Another Way To Edit a Video Clip In Lightroom

Hi gang: This is a follow-up to a post I did last week about using the Quick Develop panel in the Library module to edit a video clip (because the Develop module doesn’t support editing video). One of my readers here on the blog, filhalandilas, noted that there’s another way to do it, and while it takes an extra step, it opens all the editing capabilities of the Develop Module for editing video using a clever workaround...

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Hidden Little ‘Reset Tip” For Lightroom’s Tone Curve
Sep09

Hidden Little ‘Reset Tip” For Lightroom’s Tone Curve

Remember this tip Matt posted back in 2007? No? Great — then if it’s new to you, it’s new! 🙂 If you’re working with the Tone Curve and you want to reset the curve, or the sliders below the curve, forget about trying to drag them to their original places on the curve. Instead, just right-click on the Tone Curve and you’ll see a little pop-up menu asking if you want to reset the Curve, the splits, All, or simply...

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