5 quick and easy steps to share a Lightroom Collection with anybody out there that has a Web browser (no Adobe account needed)
The one and only Terry White has an awesome video with three tips for shooting tethered into Lightroom, and I wanted to share it because I watched the video and immediately picked up a tip about tethered I simply did not know (and now some things that didn’t make a lick of sense, suddenly do). He says it’s three tips, but you’ll learn a LOT more about tethering than just three tips – it’s really way...
If you’ve ever wondered how hard (or easy) it is to sync a collection of images from Lightroom to Lightroom Mobile, Ben Warde shows you how in less than 60-seconds.
This is follow-up to a post I did last month where Adobe’s Terry White shared a very clever tip on how to add images to the Maps module that didn’t have GPS data already embedded into them (here’s a link to that post). This tip today is how to find out which images in your catalog still don’t have any GPS data attached to them (perhaps you can use Terry’s tip once you find them all). Here’s how...
If you have a bunch of backup copies of your catalog, today’s the day to set yourself free! (that sound way more dramatic than this tip really is).
Here’s a great little tip on how to see your Hue at full Saturation, without dragging the slider to full Saturation. It’s like a preview of your color, and it makes it much easier to choose the Hue you’re looking for.