A nice peek at Julieanne’s Lightroom Classic Sorting Workflow
Mar29

A nice peek at Julieanne’s Lightroom Classic Sorting Workflow

Nice post from Adobe’s Lightroom and Photoshop Evangelist Julieanne Kost over on her Adobe Blog. It’s called “Assigning Flags, Star Ratings, and Color Labels in Lightroom Classic” but what I like in particular is that she quickly shares her own sorting workflow in the process. Here’s the link if you’ve got a sec (you’ll dig it, and it’s short and sweet). Have a great weekend everybody,...

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How to Create Adjustment Brush Presets
Mar26

How to Create Adjustment Brush Presets

In 60-seconds or less, thanks to Lightroom wizard Benjamin Warde. 🙂 Check it out: Cool, right? Have a great Tuesday! -Scott

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Lightroom Classic: What You Need To Know About Backing Up to a Secondary Drive
Mar25

Lightroom Classic: What You Need To Know About Backing Up to a Secondary Drive

Backing up to a secondary drive on Import? Absolutely. Highly Recommended. However, here’s where people have told me they’ve gotten burned by not really understanding what that means. For example, they imported some images say…three or four months ago. They made collections, edited a bunch of images, added keywords, the whole nine yards. One day their computer’s hard drive crashes (hey, it happens), so they go...

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Before/After Intermediate Level Lightroom Tutorial
Mar22

Before/After Intermediate Level Lightroom Tutorial

This one is for you intermediate-level users out there, and in the video, I move at that pace assuming you’re already familiar enough with the Develop Module basics. Hope you find it helpful. Well, there ya go. 🙂 Only two spots left… If you want to come with me to Paris this summer, there are only two spots left. It’s going to be an amazing workshop — lots of learning, laughing, amazing French food, and making new friends...

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Lightroom Tethering Quick Tip
Mar18

Lightroom Tethering Quick Tip

Good Monday, everybody. Here’s one from the vault — it’s a great little tip I picked up from my buddy Terry White, and it’s about having the tethering Heads up display (seen above in the lower third of the image) automatically hide while you’re tethering (you can hide it manually of course, but this tip is how to have it auto-hide). Just press the letter “f” on your keyboard and not only do your...

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