A Few Adjustment Brush Beginner Tips To Kick Our Week Off Right
Nov23

A Few Adjustment Brush Beginner Tips To Kick Our Week Off Right

Just a few handy little quick tips for working with the Adjustment Brush.

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Getting Better Results From Lightroom’s Spot Removal Tool
Nov20

Getting Better Results From Lightroom’s Spot Removal Tool

How to have Lightroom automatically pick a different spot to sample from, when you’re not getting the results you want.

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Lightroom 6.3 Is Here!
Nov17

Lightroom 6.3 Is Here!

Hey guys – just got the word from Tom Hogarty that Lightroom 6.3 is Out! In addition to adding camera profiles and repairing some bugs that will make the Lightroom experience a lot smoother, they have gone back to the original 1 window Import dialog box. Make sure that you go out to your Creative Cloud Account and get the latest update.  If you want to see the whole list we’ve included it below.   New Camera Support...

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Lightroom Quicktip: Choosing a “Cover Image” For Your Stack
Nov16

Lightroom Quicktip: Choosing a “Cover Image” For Your Stack

Hi Gang – Happy Monday! Here’s a quick tip for changing the “cover image” thumbnail when you’re stacking image in a collection (NOTE: Stacking is when you group multiple images that are similar under one thumbnail — just makes things less cluttered when you have a bunch of images that are pretty much the same. For example, look in the top left corner of the image about and you see a number in the top left...

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Making Sure All Your Images Have Your Copyright Info Embedded
Nov13

Making Sure All Your Images Have Your Copyright Info Embedded

Hi gang – there’s a quick way to go through your catalog and make sure all your images have your Copyright info embedded into them. Here’s how: (1) Go to the Catalog panel and click on “All Photographs” (2) Go the Library Module; make sure the Filter bar is visible (press the backslash key to toggle it on/off) (3) Click on the Metadata tab, and then click directly on any one of the column names (as shown...

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Lines and Composition
Nov11

Lines and Composition

 Here is a wonderful little tidbit on how lines can affect your composition. This was written by Steve Gustafson. We have talked at length about photography being a form of visual communication. In the same way we learn parts of speech for verbal communication, it is also helpful to understand parts of “visual speech”. Lines are a very powerful means of communication and aid in controlling the viewer’s perception. Understanding...

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