Tip – Exporting Original Raw files with changes
Dec12

Tip – Exporting Original Raw files with changes

If you’ve ever wanted to take a raw file that you work with in Lightroom and send it to some one else to work with, but also include your changes to that file, here’s how. First, it’s worth mentioning that if you just find the original raw file that you worked with in Lightroom and just copy that file you’re not getting your Lightroom Develop changes with it – those are stored in Lightroom’s...

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Weekly Worth-a-click
Dec11

Weekly Worth-a-click

Time for another round of articles, links and whatever else I’ve found interesting over the past week: • Kelby Training (where my DVDs and online training live) has a really good deal (40% off) on CS3 DVDs. You can pick up most of them for around $33 (if you’re a NAPP member). CS3 is still current and, even if you have CS4, a lot of the stuff works just the same with CS3 so make sure you at list take a look through the...

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3 Tip / Lightroom Live Seminar Day
Dec05

3 Tip / Lightroom Live Seminar Day

Happy Friday everyone. It’s about 6:30 am and I just got off the red-eye from LA where I helped field questions for Scott Kelby’s Lightroom Live seminar yesterday. First off, the seminar was a huge success with nearly 700 people and it was such an awesome crowd. They were totally into it and just really seemed psyched about learning more about Lightroom. My sincere thanks to everyone who stopped by just to say hi. Anyway,...

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Presets – Lomo Arigato (Mr. Roboto) Version 2
Dec04

Presets – Lomo Arigato (Mr. Roboto) Version 2

I’ve updated one of the really popular presets here on the site – the Lomo effect. This one is based on a Lomography effect, hence the name “Lomo”. I know the weak Styx reference is pretty bad but whenever I here the name Lomo that’s what I think. Anyway, Lomography really has it’s roots in an old camera that produced a certain styled photo (you can read more about it here if you’d like). A...

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Lightroom Q&A Day
Dec02

Lightroom Q&A Day

I thought it was time for another Q&A post since I had a lot of questions from comments built up. Here goes: What do you do if you add a color to the graduated filter and want to remove it from objects in the forground? Last week I did a video showing how to erase (kind of) areas of the Graduated filter and that’s where this question came from. The answer unfortunately is no – you’re pretty much out of luck. You...

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