I know it’s just Monday, and Lightroom in 60-seconds is on Tuesdays here on the blog, but I missed it last Tuesday (I was super swamped with work and home stuff), so this is a catch-up tip, and I’ll have another for you here tomorrow. Today’s is surprisingly handy, so I hope you’ll check it out (below):
Pretty handy, right? I hope you found that helpful.
This one’s for all you Photoshop freaks out there
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Here’s the link to the course (if you join to watch this course, you also get access to all our online courses, including more than 50 full-length in-depth Lightroom courses. Totally worth it (of course I would say that, but it really is). 🙂
Everybody stay healthy out there (wash those hands for 20 seconds), and we’ll see you here tomorrow. 🙂
P.S. If you’ve been waiting for Part 2 of my photography assignment that helps you discover something very important about your own photography, I posted part 2 on my daily blog today. Here’s the link.
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Thanks, great, didn’t know that one.
How about Lightroom iPad. I always struggle to switch from portrait to landscape there.
Hi, Simone – I haven’t tried it to see if it works there, but I’m guessing….not.