When Lightroom’s “Shadows” Slider Isn’t Enough…
Jan23

When Lightroom’s “Shadows” Slider Isn’t Enough…

This isn’t one of those tips that you’re going to use every day, but when you need it, it’s really an image-saver. It’s about bringing out shadow detail in a big way using a workaround that does take a few steps, but it’s super easy (after it all goes faster than you’d think). Here’s what we’re doing:   STEP ONE: Here’s the original image. The area in the foreground is pretty...

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Highlight Warnings in Lightroom: Viewer Mail
Jan22

Highlight Warnings in Lightroom: Viewer Mail

RC goes over how to see and correct Highlight and Shadow Warnings in Lightroom.

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Getting the most out of your Adjustment Brush
Jan21

Getting the most out of your Adjustment Brush

If you feel like your adjustment brush is a little clunky, then you may want to take a look at adjusting your Flow and Density settings. Here is an image I took of my friend David Carr playing drums for his band Third Day. I want to be able to lighten up his face just a bit and tone down the background to focus more on him. First step we usually take is to zoom in on his face and pick the adjustment brush. Set the exposure up to a...

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7 Really Useful Lightroom Shortcuts
Jan19

7 Really Useful Lightroom Shortcuts

Here’s seven of my favorite little quick tips and shortcuts

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Removing Keywords from Multiple Photos in Lightroom
Jan16

Removing Keywords from Multiple Photos in Lightroom

RC Concepcion goes over two ways to remove keywords from multiple images in Lightroom.

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