Cool Little Lightroom Radial Tool Tip
Sep01

Cool Little Lightroom Radial Tool Tip

Check this out: Above: Get the radial cool; lower the exposure a bit (here I took it down to -1.66), then drag it out over your image like you see here. It makes a circle (or an oval depending on how you drag). So far, so good. Above: Here’s the tip: If you want your oval to fill the entire image as large as possible, just hold the Command-key (PC: Ctrl-key) and double-click anywhere inside the oval. That’s it. Short....

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Editing a “Neutral Density Gradient” With a Brush (and when you might need to do this)
Jun13

Editing a “Neutral Density Gradient” With a Brush (and when you might need to do this)

Happy Tuesday, yall. Benjamin Warde has a great Tuesday Lightroom Coffee Break tutorial (in less than 60-seconds) which shows when and why you might need to use the brush feature when adding a linear gradient to your image. Here goes: Thanks, Benjamin — that’s a handy one to know (I’ve used that technique dozens of times since they added it to Lightroom). That’s something you can’t do even with the real glass...

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Correcting Difficult-to-Remove Spots in Lightroom
May16

Correcting Difficult-to-Remove Spots in Lightroom

It’s Tuesday — time for a 60-second quick tip from Adobe’s own Benjamin Warde, and once again, you’ll find this one really handy – he shows a little-used setting that makes the process SOOOO much easier in those tough situations. Even if you use the Spot Removal tool a lot, this is really worth watching. I knew you’d find that one helpful (and thank you, Benjamin). Here’s to a rockin’ Tuesday,...

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Why Auto Hiding Your Edit Pins Can Help
Mar28

Why Auto Hiding Your Edit Pins Can Help

Hi y’all. It’s Tuesday, and Benjamin Warde has a quick little 60-second (or less) video on why Auto Hiding pins can be awesome when you’re working with the Adjustment Brush. Not too shabby, eh? 🙂 Hope you found that helpful, and we’ll catch ya back here tomorrow (well, that’s the plan, so stick to the plan). 😉 Best,...

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Creating The “Tilt Shift” Look in Lightroom
Feb20

Creating The “Tilt Shift” Look in Lightroom

You don’t have to jump over to Photoshop to use its Tilt Shift Blur filter — you can create that same type of “tiny toys” look right here in Lightroom.

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How The “Flow” Control For The Adjustment Brush Brings Awesomeness
Feb14

How The “Flow” Control For The Adjustment Brush Brings Awesomeness

This is why the Adjustment Brush’s Flow slider is so awesome! Really, that’s it.

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