Lightroom Soft-Proofing in 60-Seconds (or less)
Nov13

Lightroom Soft-Proofing in 60-Seconds (or less)

Here’s a super-great, quick little intro to Soft-Proofing for Print in Lightroom Classic, from Benjamin Warde. Thanks, Benjamin! 🙂 Here’s to a rockin’ Tuesday! Best,...

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Great Video On Creating HDR Panos in Lightroom Classic
Nov09

Great Video On Creating HDR Panos in Lightroom Classic

Happy Friday, everybody. Today we’re honored to have the always awesome Terry White (Worldwide Evangelist for Adobe Systems) here with a live-stream video he did on how to use Lightroom Classic’s new “HDR Pano” feature, and at the end of the video, as a bonus Terry takes you through the new People finder feature. Really great stuff — check it out: Thanks, Terry! Don’t forget to subscribe to Terry’s...

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Efficiency Through Consistency in Lightroom Classic: Part 2
Nov07

Efficiency Through Consistency in Lightroom Classic: Part 2

Following up from last week’s post on efficiency through consistency I’ve got a few more tips to help speed you on your way. Consistent Metadata A metadata template containing your core contact and copyright information is another way to ensure you are consistently applying the same information to all of your photos. Once created this can easily by applied during import via the Apply During Import panel. You can create a...

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Using The Brush To Edit Your Gradient
Nov06

Using The Brush To Edit Your Gradient

A quick, but important little video from Benjamin Warde on how to use the Brush tool in Lightroom Classic to edit a gradient you created with the Graduated Filter tool. This is way better than it sounds. 🙂 Thanks, Benjamin! Hoping your Tuesday is even better than usual. 🙂 Best, -Scott P.S. Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for Rob’s...

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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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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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