Efficiency Through Consistency in Lightroom Classic: Part 1
Oct31

Efficiency Through Consistency in Lightroom Classic: Part 1

We love Lightroom for the power of the Develop module, but there is so much more to love about how it can streamline our entire post processing and asset management workflows. Over the next two weeks I’m going to share some of my favorite practices for becoming more efficient. One of Lightroom’s greatest strengths is its ability to help you create a consistent foundation to your workflow that saves you time through its...

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Fixing Family Photos in Lightroom Classic
Oct24

Fixing Family Photos in Lightroom Classic

The objects we’re most likely to grab on the way out of a burning building are our family photos. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of Lightroom when trying to make some corrections to the most common issues you’ll encounter with older digital photos. Our favorite and most cherished photos may not be the best ones we’ve ever taken, but rather those where the moment or the people captured within them are more important...

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Edit Capture Time in Classic
Oct17

Edit Capture Time in Classic

I recently traveled to Colorado as part of the training staff for a Best Buy event (they really put together a great program for their camera sales staff), and I forgot to change the time in my camera when entering the new time zone. Not a huge deal for these photos, but also a very easy deal to fix in Lightroom Classic. File this away in case it happens to you. Step One: Select the photos you want to correct in Grid view of Library...

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October 2018 Lightroom Classic and Lightroom CC Release
Oct15

October 2018 Lightroom Classic and Lightroom CC Release

It’s just about the one year anniversary of Lightroom’s rebranding to Lightroom Classic and Lightroom CC, and today Adobe is releasing the next version of Lightroom Classic (8.0) and Lightroom CC for Mac/Win (2.0), along with updates for Lightroom CC on iOS and Android. whew. Let’s dive in! Lightroom Classic 8.0 Lightroom Classic is still front and center in my workflow (though I do love Lightroom CC on mobile a...

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Adobe Camera Raw for Lightroom Classic Users: Part 2
Oct10

Adobe Camera Raw for Lightroom Classic Users: Part 2

My post last week was intended to get Classic user’s up to speed with the ACR interface, and some scenarios for when you might encounter it in your workflow. This week I’ll wrap up with a look at some of ACR’s other functions, as well as the way it outputs to Photoshop. Presets Both Classic and ACR support the saving and using of editing presets. In Classic, this panel is found on the left side of Develop, while it...

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