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Seven Quick Lightroom tips To Catch Up On This Weekend

I love quick little tips, and I’m hoping you do too since I collected some really nice video tips for you — it’s a bunch of cool Lightroom stuff to watch this weekend. All of them are pretty short and sweet, and I hope you’ll pick up some helpful stuff. Here ya go:

If you’re getting gaps when you paint, here’s why.
Cool Double Spotlight trick in Lightroom
This is how to create that Tilt-Shift tiny town effect.
This is a trick I use to cull down similar images to find the very best one.
Terry White recorded this awesome GPS Tagging trick with me on the set of The Grid.
When your filters go missing, here’s how to get them back (or find them in the first place)
Quick and easy special effect for that film noir shade kind of look.

I hope you found those helpful. If you want to learn more, head over to KelbyOne.com where we have more than 50 full-length, in-depth Lightroom courses that cover every Lightroom topic you’ve ever wanted to learn, from organization to editing to printing to everything in between. It is awesome (ask anyone who is a member). Here’s the link with all the details.

Have a great weekend everybody! I’ll be seeing a few hundred of you on Monday at my seminar in Ft. Lauderdale. If you want to come, it’s not too late. Tickets here.



P.S. Over on my blog today I’ve got Seven Holiday Book Ideas for photographers.



  1. John H 6 December, 2019 at 10:42 Reply

    Wow. I feel like I must know all about the Adjustment Brush Auto-Mask, cuz I’ve read so many of your books and LR Killer Tips and other stuff, but duhh, I didn’t realize it was the source of the coverage gaps until this video. Big help, thank you!

  2. David Jones 6 December, 2019 at 10:06 Reply

    Ha!!!! Seriously !!!! The filter bar goes missing…. on-off button…..That has been a problem for YEARS!!!!!! The best tip you have ever had!!! thanks

    • callmebob 7 December, 2019 at 10:47 Reply

      knowing to hit T to get the other toolbar back was one of my mind blowing, lightbulb on learning events… I was unknowingly hitting it and turning them off…

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