My First “From Flat to Fabulous in Lightroom” Start-to-Finish Tutorial of 2017
Jan16

My First “From Flat to Fabulous in Lightroom” Start-to-Finish Tutorial of 2017

Happy Monday everybody — this is going to be a GREAT week! So great, in fact, that I wanted to celebrate by doing my first “From Flat to Fabulous in Lightroom“ tutorial of the year. You’ll see the whole post processing edit from start to finish. It’s below, but if you like this sort of tutorial, right below that video is the official trailer for my “From Flat to Fabulous in Photoshop” course, where...

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Creating HDR Panos in Lightroom
Jan09

Creating HDR Panos in Lightroom

If you’ve ever wondered how you’d create an HDR pano…well…here ya go! The post-processing edits are coming Wednesday in Part 2.

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Lightroom Coffee Break Tip: Easily Update Local Adjustments with Multiple Sliders
Nov29

Lightroom Coffee Break Tip: Easily Update Local Adjustments with Multiple Sliders

Another awesome 60-second video tip from Adobe’s own Lightroom shark, Ben Warde. You’ll dig it.

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Another Way To Edit a Video Clip In Lightroom
Sep12

Another Way To Edit a Video Clip In Lightroom

Hi gang: This is a follow-up to a post I did last week about using the Quick Develop panel in the Library module to edit a video clip (because the Develop module doesn’t support editing video). One of my readers here on the blog, filhalandilas, noted that there’s another way to do it, and while it takes an extra step, it opens all the editing capabilities of the Develop Module for editing video using a clever workaround...

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Lightroom Tip: Seeing More Info on Clipped Highlight Areas
Aug15

Lightroom Tip: Seeing More Info on Clipped Highlight Areas

How to get more info on highlights areas that might be clipping, than just that triangle up in the Histogram.

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How to Have Lightroom Fix Your Camera’s Color Problems Automatically
Jun21

How to Have Lightroom Fix Your Camera’s Color Problems Automatically

This is a really nice way to add some automation to your workflow, and save you some steps. In the video below, I’m going to show how to set up Lightroom to automatically fix a fairly common problem — cameras that have a built-in color bias (reds in the image look too “too red” or your images all look slightly bluish), but it’s way more than that, so watch the short video below. Hope you find that helpful....

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