Process Version 4 Heads Up
Nov22

Process Version 4 Heads Up

Along with the name change to Lightroom Classic, we also got a new default Process Version (I addressed the new Process Version names previously), Process Version 4. The new Process Version (PV) is what enables the new Range Mask feature in the local adjustment tools, as well as improvement to the Auto Mask function. For the most part, your experience with the new PV should be pretty seamless, as all new photos will default to PV 4,...

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Sharpening with the View Mask Feature
Nov21

Sharpening with the View Mask Feature

It’s Tuesday, and Adobe’s own Benjamin Warde has a 60-second (or less) video – this one’s on Sharpening with the View Mask feature (it’s way more helpful than it sounds). See, that’s pretty helpful now, right? Thanks, Benjamin. 🙂 Hope you all have a rockin’ Tuesday! -Scott P.S. We’re about to unleash our Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals – it’s our lowest prices of the year on...

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The New Sensei Search in Lightroom for Mobile: How it Works (And How It Doesn’t)
Nov20

The New Sensei Search in Lightroom for Mobile: How it Works (And How It Doesn’t)

Hi, gang — it’s a Holiday week – should be a fun one (with some solid football). 🙂 Today I did a video about the new Search feature “Sensei” added to Lightroom for your Mobile Device (called Lightroom CC now, but if I said Lightroom CC there’s nothing that would tell you I was talking about the Mobile version, so…). Anyway, this is worth watching to see how it works, and how it doesn’t. Hope you...

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Lightroom “Mobile” Decoder Ring (and a quote that concerns me from a UK mag)
Nov17

Lightroom “Mobile” Decoder Ring (and a quote that concerns me from a UK mag)

If you thought things were confusing before, well…maybe you should sit down for this one.

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A JPG for Every Occasion
Nov15

A JPG for Every Occasion

The ubiquitous and often underrated JPG (or JPEG as it is sometimes written) is an incredibly versatile file format in your Lightroom output arsenal. Knowing all the ways that Lightroom can create JPG versions of your photos is useful for keeping your workflow efficient and flexible. JPGs, as a file format, often gets a bad rap when compared to raw photos, and even when put up against file formats like TIF and PSD. I once overheard a...

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