Find a Better Location For Your Lightroom Mobile Images Sync’d To Your Desktop
May09

Find a Better Location For Your Lightroom Mobile Images Sync’d To Your Desktop

You have to watch the video to see what I mean (it’s better than it sounds). Well, it’s more useful than it sounds.

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Lightroom Quick Tip for Importing Directly Into a Collection
May06

Lightroom Quick Tip for Importing Directly Into a Collection

Just a quick little tip about a time-saving feature you can use during Importing that snuck past a lot of folks – thought you might find it helpful. Hope you all have a great weekend, and we’ll catch ya back here next week. 🙂 Best,...

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How to have Lightroom CC Auto-Straighten Your Photos
May03

How to have Lightroom CC Auto-Straighten Your Photos

This is actually a tip and a half, ’cause there’s a really handy keyboard shortcut (one I use all the time) that I think you might get some use out of, and I show that first, and then the auto-straighten tip. Hope you find it helpful. 🙂 Best,...

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Why Lightroom’s Gradient Filter Tool Might Be Better Than The Real Thing…
May02

Why Lightroom’s Gradient Filter Tool Might Be Better Than The Real Thing…

Another of those little known features that Adobe snuck into Lightroom one night, in the dark of night. 😉

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Lightroom Mobile Update Makes Editing Photos From Your Camera Roll Much Quicker
Apr29

Lightroom Mobile Update Makes Editing Photos From Your Camera Roll Much Quicker

Adobe rolled out another update to Lightroom Mobile, and it’s a good one — it includes a few workflow that reduces the number of taps it takes to get images from your Camera Roll into Lightroom for editing. Now it’s one tap and an image is instantly ready to start editing (and I mean instantly —  it’s so much faster that I imagine it will get a lot more folks using LR Mobile as their main photo editing App)....

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Better, More Realistic Skin Retouching in Lightroom
Apr26

Better, More Realistic Skin Retouching in Lightroom

If you do your portrait retouching in Lightroom, this technique (and little tip) could make a big difference. 🙂

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