Lightroom Video – Customizing The Interface With Your Own Graphic
Mar28

Lightroom Video – Customizing The Interface With Your Own Graphic

One of the cool things about Lightroom is that it’s got some easy ways to customize the interface and make the program look more like your own. One of those ways is with panel end marks – you know those little graphics below the panels on the left and right side of Lightroom. Check out the video below and I’ll show you how you can make your own graphics and have Lightroom display them, instead of the default ones...

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If You Print From Lightroom Then Watch This Video
Mar08

If You Print From Lightroom Then Watch This Video

Happy Friday! Over on my personal blog at www.MattK.com, I told a little story about how I hadn’t removed some spots/sensor dust/debris in a photo that I had printed. See, when it comes to your web images, it’s really hard to see those little spots. But when you print, all bets are off – those things show up like you wouldn’t believe. While most people would never see them, because they don’t typically...

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Lightroom Video – Updating Your Own Lightroom Presets

Hey everyone. One thing that happens to me when using presets deals with customizing them. See, I’ll be using a preset I’ve downloaded and realize I keep making the same “tweaks” to it every time. Well, instead of wasting the time changing it each time, you’ll see in the video that there’s an easy way to take your custom settings and combine them with the preset itself....

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Lightroom Video – Fooling Lightroom Presets To Create Cool Effects

Hey everyone. Got a new video for you. A question or comment I hear quite a bit about is the fact that you can’t save Adjustment Brush settings into a preset in Lightroom. Now, don’t confuse this with saving adjustment brush presets – that you can do (say you have a favorite brush setting for softening skin or whitening eyes). But if you paint something on to the photo you can’t save it. There is a...

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Lightroom and Photoshop Before/After Video – Toronto Skyline Photo

The other day, during my seminar in Toronto, I showed the skyline photo I took the night before. Well, after the seminar some one came up and said they wished I showed how I processed the photo during the day. See, I showed them the photo but didn’t go over what I did. I actually didn’t do too much to it, so I thought I’d do a quick video. I even go over the camera settings, the lens, focal length, where the photo...

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Video – Using Photo Mechanic with Lightroom

I’m doing a little bit of a different kind of video this time. It came as an idea after reading Scott Kelby’s post on his sports photography workflow. I realized that I (and many other photographers out there) use a program called Photo Mechanic to look through our photos at times. Mainly because it draws full size views of the photos blazingly fast. I still use Lightroom for just about everything else (organizing,...

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