Importing In The Background (While You Work On Other Stuff)
May22

Importing In The Background (While You Work On Other Stuff)

Welcome to a brand spankin’ new week — fresh and full of wonderful possibilities. Let’s make the most of it! 🙂 We kick this just-baked week off with a look at how to change a simple setting so you can import in the background while you’re working on something else. (of course, you won’t always want to do this, but when you, this is well worth knowing). Here’s how it’s done: SCENARIO: Let’s say...

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I’m Back, and It’s Time for a Quick Lightroom Tip
Apr24

I’m Back, and It’s Time for a Quick Lightroom Tip

Here’s how to make Lightroom show both your RAW image, plus your JPEG image as two separate files (for those folks who shoot RAW + JPEG on their camera).

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5 Tips For Using a Wacom Tablet With Lightroom
Jan06

5 Tips For Using a Wacom Tablet With Lightroom

This is one of those classic “best of” articles (from Matt) that was so good, and still so perfectly relevant, that I wanted to share it with all our new readers (and folks who missed it the first time around).

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How Many Images Can You Have in One Lightroom Catalog and Have It Still Perform Well?
Dec16

How Many Images Can You Have in One Lightroom Catalog and Have It Still Perform Well?

If you’ve ever wondered what that number is…well…we’re getting warmer. 🙂

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Want Your Lightroom To Run Faster?
Jul08

Want Your Lightroom To Run Faster?

Here’s some tips direct from Adobe on how to optimize Lightroom’s performance. It’s good stuff.

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Keeping Your Color Consistent Between Lightroom and Photoshop
Dec08

Keeping Your Color Consistent Between Lightroom and Photoshop

Just a quickie today on how to set your color preferences when taking an image over to Photoshop, so your color looks consistent between the two programs. 🙂

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