What Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush “Flow Control” Does
Mar20

What Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush “Flow Control” Does

Well, if you’ve ever wondered, Benjamin Warde has the answer, in today’s 60-seconds-0r-less “Lightroom Coffee Break.” Suddenly, it’s all so clear. Thank you, Benjamin! 🙂 Check out Tuesdays with Dave Williams Every Tuesday, awesome UK-travel photographer Dave Williams writes an article over on my blog, and he’s been sharing some great stuff, from a series of posts on how social media success, to last...

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How To Use The Awesome Color Range Masking (in 60-seconds or less)
Mar06

How To Use The Awesome Color Range Masking (in 60-seconds or less)

Another awesome, and very quick tip, from longtime Lightroom team member Benjamin Warde. If you’re not using the Adjustment Brush’s new Color Range Masking feature, this video will surely make you want to. Right? Right! It works amazingly well on a wide range of images. You’ve gotta try it (and thanks, Benjamin). 🙂 Thanks for stopping by, everybody and we’ll catch you here tomorrow for Rob’s Wednesday...

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My Portrait “Finishing Move” in Lightroom
Jan29

My Portrait “Finishing Move” in Lightroom

Here’s a quick, but very effective, finishing I move I apply in Lightroom to almost all my portraits.

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Lightroom Adjustment Brush Trick For “Turning On The Lights”
Jan22

Lightroom Adjustment Brush Trick For “Turning On The Lights”

How to use the Adjustment Brush to turn lights on in your scene

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Lightroom “From Flat to Fabulous” Tutorial (with downloadable RAW practice file)
Jan19

Lightroom “From Flat to Fabulous” Tutorial (with downloadable RAW practice file)

Download this RAW image and follow along as we go from the image straight out of the camera to the final image, learning every step of the way. 🙂

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Lightroom Adjustment Brush Tips for Beginners
Jan15

Lightroom Adjustment Brush Tips for Beginners

How ’bout a list blast from the past – some great Adjustment Brush tips for new Lightroom users. You’re doing to dig these (even if you’re not a new user). 🙂

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