Some Cool Tips For The White Balance Eyedropper Tool
May24

Some Cool Tips For The White Balance Eyedropper Tool

This video not only features a few cool tips for using the White Balance Selector (the eyedropper), but you get to experience an awkward moment of silence (you’ll see why, and we’ll have a moment of shared pain). Plus, this will be a good test to see if you can “bare the pear.” Or is it “Bear the pear?” Or “Bare the Pair?” Just watch the video. πŸ˜‰ Hope you find it helpful. How to Apply...

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How To Get That Dramatic Post-Processing Portrait Look in Lightroom
May23

How To Get That Dramatic Post-Processing Portrait Look in Lightroom

Hi Gang – happy Monday! (stop snickering). πŸ˜‰ This is another one of those “start to finish; right out of the camera to finished product” type of tutorials, but it’s easy β€” it’s not very long, and I think you’ll dig it. Here ya go: Hope you found that helpful. Want Help Convincing Your Boss To Let You Go to Photoshop World? If ya do, we can help. We wrote a really spiffy letter to your boss...

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One Day, When Your Filters Go Missing, You’ll Thank Me For This Lightroom Tip
May20

One Day, When Your Filters Go Missing, You’ll Thank Me For This Lightroom Tip

It’s going to happen. In fact, it may have already happened to you. But if it hasn’t, and one day it does (and it will, oh yes it will), you’ll want to know how to recover fast from it, or you’ll beΒ ready to jump out the freakin’ window. Watch this short video (less than 2 min), and put this tip in your back pocket until that fateful day. Then you’ll fix it with one click and feel like a total boss....

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How To Stop Accidentally Clicking on Badges In The Filmstrip
May17

How To Stop Accidentally Clicking on Badges In The Filmstrip

It happened to me all the time β€” I’m clicking on a thumbnail in the Filmstrip so I can just to that image, but then it switches to the Library Module’s metadata panel or to the Develop Module where the cropping border appears around my image, but all I wanted was to switch images. Well, at least it did until I learned how to turn that “clickablity” off. Here’s a short video that shows the problem...

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Adding Your Own Custom Picture Frame in Lightroom
May16

Adding Your Own Custom Picture Frame in Lightroom

Mornin’ everybody. Sorry I missed posting on Friday – I was out in San Diego for my seminar, and by the time I got back to my hotel I was so beat that I called in “lame.” But I’m back in the saddle, and ready to roll so let’d do this thing! πŸ˜‰ Today’s video is on how to take a custom frame you design in Photoshop, and add it to Lightroom (with a transparent background), so you can apply it to...

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Two Follow-up Tips To Yesterday’s Lightroom Mobile Post
May10

Two Follow-up Tips To Yesterday’s Lightroom Mobile Post

Hi Gang – just a quick follow-up to yesterday’s post about finding a better, easier to find location for your sync’d photos coming in to Lightroom Desktop from Lightroom Mobile. The first tip is:Β  Although you chose a new location for your images imported from your camera into Lightroom Mobile, all the images you have in that old folder, in that old location, don’t automatically jump into that new folder β€” you...

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