When Negative Magnifications Can Come In Handy

Hey everybody — I’m back from a quick little vacation cruise, and I’m back in the saddle (so to speak), today with a great little “Lightroom Coffee Break” video from Benjamin Warde on why sometimes you might want to consider using “negative magnification” while you’re working in Lightroom. This is a better one than it sounds — very handy to know this.

He’s always got some great tips — thanks Benjamin!

Submit your images NOW for tomorrow’s Blind Photo Critiques on “The Grid”
Here’s the submission link –  http://bit.ly/1oVJIIB – but not only that, but tomorrow we’re also launching a totally brand new set (We went with an “Underground Hacker style” set – think “Mr. Robot” meets “Traveler”), with all new graphics, new music, new pretty much everything. But for now, get on submitting your images (any category you like), and you can watch it all live at http://kelbytv.com/thegrid – see you at 4pm ET Wed. 🙂

Thanks for stopping by – see ya tomorrow!

Best,

-Scott

Author: Scott Kelby

Scott is the President of KelbyOne, an online educational community for photographers, Photoshop and Lightroom users. He's editor and publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Editor of "Lightroom magazine"; Conference Technical Chair for the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, and the author of a string of bestselling Photoshop, Lightroom, and photography books. You can learn more about Scott at http://scottkelby.com

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