What Happens If Cancel Your Lightroom CC Subscription?
Aug25

What Happens If Cancel Your Lightroom CC Subscription?

You’ll be surprised at this one (it’s better than you’d think).

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Monday Lightroom News Stuff
Jul24

Monday Lightroom News Stuff

Hi, gang – it’s a new week, full of awesome possibilities, and potential. Let’s make the most of it! To kick off our week, here’s some news stuff! Adobe released a Lightroom CC update Standard maintenance update, with bug fixes, some new camera support (like the new Canon 6D Mark II – it’s not even shipping yet, so high-five to the LR Team); and lens profiles. Here’s the full list. Happy note:...

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Has Adobe Forgotten About Lightroom CC?
Jul21

Has Adobe Forgotten About Lightroom CC?

Ever since Adobe announced a major update to Lightroom Mobile earlier this week (which has been met with much love), I have seen comments to the effect of “This Lightroom Mobile update looks really good, but has Adobe forgotten about Lightroom CC for the Desktop?” and even worse “Has Adobe stopped developing Lightroom for the desktop?” It has been a while since the last major update for Lightroom CC, and...

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Adobe Releases Big Update to Lightroom Mobile! (Whoo hoo!!!)
Jul18

Adobe Releases Big Update to Lightroom Mobile! (Whoo hoo!!!)

Big news today — Adobe released a pretty major update to Lightroom Mobile with lots of long-awaited features making their way to Mobile, (and if you use Lightroom Mobile on your iPad, today’s an even better day for you). Note: on the heels of this announcement, we’re releasing my new “Lightroom Mobile: Start to Finish” online course today, too! KelbyOne members will be able to watch it later this morning (or...

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Lightroom Opens Its Own Instagram Account :)
Jun23

Lightroom Opens Its Own Instagram Account :)

That’s right — I’ve got somebody new for you to follow on Instagram 🙂

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DIY hardware trick that gives you hardware control over Lightroom for less. MUCH less!
Jun14

DIY hardware trick that gives you hardware control over Lightroom for less. MUCH less!

Hardware boards that give you control over Lightroom’s function with real knobs and sliders (instead of using a mouse, or your keyboard, a tablet, etc.) have become more and more popular recently, and a blogger named Crispian Thorne was looking at buying one of the latest ones called, Loupedeck which bills itself as a “photo editing console.’ It looks like it might be really cool (it’s not shipping yet), but...

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