At Last! Full Size Preset Previews Are Here! (Wild Cheers Ensue!)
Apr30

At Last! Full Size Preset Previews Are Here! (Wild Cheers Ensue!)

Greetings from Cincinnati (I’m up here for my Lightroom seminar today). Here’s a new feature that Adobe snuck into the recent Lightroom Classic 7.3 update — one we’ve been waiting for, for around 11 or so years — the ability to see a full-size preview of how a particular preset would look before we applied it. We’ve had a mini-preview available if you had the tiny Navigator panel open at the top of the left...

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Where to Give Adobe Your Lightroom Feedback PLUS How to Create Your Own Lightroom Creative Profiles
Apr27

Where to Give Adobe Your Lightroom Feedback PLUS How to Create Your Own Lightroom Creative Profiles

Wanna talk directly to the Lightroom Team at Adobe? Here’s how (plus Adobe’s Josh Hafitel uncovers how to make your own custom Lightroom profiles).

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The New Issue of Lightroom Magazine Is Here
Apr26

The New Issue of Lightroom Magazine Is Here

The latest issue is here, but there are 40 other back issues you mighta missed (but you don’t have to, ya know). Check out all these covers!

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Lightroom Classic 7.3.1 Update
Apr25

Lightroom Classic 7.3.1 Update

You may not have noticed, but Adobe released an update to Lightroom Classic yesterday to address a few urgent bugs that needed squashing. If you don’t see the update in your application manager, click the 3 dot menu and choose Check for App Updates. You should then see this next to Classic: Preset Issues I’ve installed the update, and so far so good. One of the issues this update fixes is the fact that our presets were not...

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Tapping Versus Holding a Shortcut Key in Lightroom
Apr24

Tapping Versus Holding a Shortcut Key in Lightroom

Happy Tuesday, everybody. Another quick (under 60-seconds), yet fully awesome little tip from Adobe’s own Benjamin Warde on when to just tap a keyboard shortcut, and when to press and hold: Thanks, Benjamin! Tomorrow on The Grid My guest is Seattle-based photographer Daniel Gregory, and you can watch live (for free) by either heading to KelbyOne.com/Webcast (and registering for a free KelbyOne account – no credit card...

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