Weekly Worth-a-click

Here’s a few things that I found worth a quick visit this week.

• Sean McCormack’s LRB Portfolio plug-in for Lightroom has been updated to version 2.0. Check it out here.

• Bogen Imaging has an free online webinar on Friday March 13 called The Language of One Light: Roundtable with Will Crockett. It definitely looks worth watching if you can make it.

• My favorite web gallery plug-in for Lightroom, SlideShowPro, has been updated to version 1.4. If you haven’t seen this one yet then at least take a look at their website. It’s got one of the neatest looking web galleries for Lightroom that I’ve seen to date.

• My fellow Photoshop Guy (and Layers TV star), RC, has some brand new courses up on Kelby Training. They’re geared toward the web and getting your work up online so stop by and watch a few of the samples if you get a chance.

• I mentioned this one on Photoshop TV last week but I know a) Not all of you watch the show, b) most of you don’t watch it all the way through anyway and skip to just the tutorials (hey that’s cool!), and c) even if you do watch it all the way through, you’re probably so sick of hearing us talk that you don’t catch all the links (again, that’s totally cool 🙂 ). Well if you missed this one, then it’s definitely worth checking out They showcase various photography blogs, so it’s not just pointing you to one blog, it’s pointing you to a whole bunch of ’em.

That’s it for today. See ya! Bye! Adiós!



  1. Andrei 23 March, 2009 at 02:06 Reply

    Hi Matt,

    Just wanted to send in a little tip that I’ve come across today that I haven’t seen you mention yet… as far as I know.

    In Lightroom (2.3), while in the Adjustment Brush mode, if you click on one of the “pins” and then hold and drag left and right, it allows you to increase or decrease the intensity of the “effect” applied to that pin. This is somewhat similar to the targeted adj. brush in camera raw, although limited to the mask of the pin…

    On another note, I’ve been enjoying your HDR tutorials on Photoshop User TV and Kelby Training. Good job and thanks for sharing.

    – Andrei from Montreal.

  2. LUCA 20 March, 2009 at 03:41 Reply

    Hi Matt,
    what about promoting a PRINT TEMPLATE for lightroom to print calendars ?
    this should be easy to implement for ADOBE team ar anyone that has the capability to create such as templates.
    just 12 predefined templates with the possibility to insert one photo (framed or full page) just to to start.
    What do you think ?
    BTW thanks for your tremendous support
    all the best

  3. Jorge 14 March, 2009 at 07:10 Reply

    Bonus points for including the accent on the “o” in adiós, minus one point for not including the leading exclamation point. Seriously, thanks for all the great info. There hasn’t been a single issue of this site that doesn’t contain useful and helpful information. You’re the best.

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