Five Speed Boosting Tips for Lightroom Classic
Sep19

Five Speed Boosting Tips for Lightroom Classic

Import Multiple Memory Cards at Once One of the biggest places to maximize your gains is in the import process. If you are someone who often returns from a session with multiple memory cards of photos and a card reader with slots for multiple memory cards you may not be aware that you can import from multiple cards at once from the Lightroom Import dialog box. I don’t blame you if you missed this fact because it is not particularly...

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August 2018 Updates to Lightroom Classic and Lightroom CC
Aug22

August 2018 Updates to Lightroom Classic and Lightroom CC

Lightroom Classic 7.5 and Lightroom CC 1.5 for Mac and PC started rolling out to Creative Cloud subscribers last night and should be coming to a CC application manager near you (if it’s not there already). This update brings the usual new camera support (and bug fixes), but due to the nature of the subscription model we’re also being provided with new features to enhance the Classic and CC experience. This round of updates...

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How to Correct Difficult To Remove Spots in Lightroom Classic
Aug21

How to Correct Difficult To Remove Spots in Lightroom Classic

Here’s another awesome, quick, to the point tutorial from Adobe’s own Benjamin Warde on how correcting difficult to remove spots. Check it out: Thanks, Benjamin! 🙂 Don’t miss Rob Sylvan’s column here tomorrow! I know what he has planned, and you are not going to want to miss it (Note his post will be going up later than usual). Have a great Tuesday, ya’ll! 🙂 Best,...

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Painting with Negative Defringe
Aug15

Painting with Negative Defringe

A few weeks back Scott posted a helpful video on how to remove chromatic aberration from your photographs, and there was a comment on there from Elliott that inspired me for this week’s post. Elliott was commenting on how sometimes removing the purple or green fringe from your photo can reduce saturation in parts of your photo where you actually want the color to remain. Well, there’s a fix for that (spoiler alert:...

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Follow-Up To Last Monday’s “Shocking Truth About Lightroom’s HDR” Post
Aug13

Follow-Up To Last Monday’s “Shocking Truth About Lightroom’s HDR” Post

Hi, gang, and happy Monday. I have a follow-up to my post from last Monday titled, “The Shocking Truth About Lightroom’s HDR” (link) after hearing from Adobe’s Lightroom team regarding my post. They noted there are several reasons for the sharper HDR results I was getting from Photoshop’s HDR Pro in 32-bit mode and some disadvantages to using Photoshop to merge your HDR images that I did not mention in my...

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How to Create an HDR Panorama in Lightroom
Aug10

How to Create an HDR Panorama in Lightroom

Hi, gang. After Monday’s post about HDR, I’ve already had the question a couple of times about how to create an HDR Pano. Luckily, it’s easier than you’d think (and I had a video I created for the blog last year that explains the process). Here ya go: Hope you find that helpful. One week from today, I’m in Washington DC with my Lightroom seminar Come spend the day with me. Tickets and info here. Have a...

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