Whew! Last week’s post about the multi-photo picture package layout sure spawned a lot of questions. I’ve got a Q&A post to handle them all this week so stay tuned. In the meantime, here’s a few links worth a click:

• I received an email from one of the folks over at Adobe last week. Looks like they’ve got Lightroom 2’s shortcuts all in a PDF for download now.

• I know everyone and their mother has posted this video already on the web, but that doesn’t mean I can’t. In case you haven’t seen it yet here’s a link to a Saturday Night Live sketch called “Sir Mix-a-lot’s Photo Shop”. I have to say it’s pretty darn hilarious.

• In case you missed it the popular HDR plug-in, Photomatix (now at version 3.1.3), now has very tight Lightroom integration built in. I love it! I go back and forth seamlessly now. FYI… NAPP members get 25% off the plug-in price in the NAPP Discount Page.

• If you’ve got a photo blog then check out the LR2/Blog Export plug-in by Timothy Armes

• Check out the photography of Gregor Halenda. Really inspirational stuff!

That’s it for today. I’ll talk to you more later this week.



  1. Tim 18 February, 2009 at 11:14 Reply

    I loved the tip re: multi-photos on one page….

    I did notice reading through Scott’s Lightroom Book for Digital photographers – that there USED to be a checkbox to enable / disable the mutliple photos per page hack…

    I wonder why it got removed in 2.0-2.3?

    Thanks for finding it!

  2. Shaun 18 February, 2009 at 05:04 Reply

    Hey Matt great post, thanks for the Heads up on photomatix, just an FYI for onther non US readers – the Saturday night live sketch can’t be viewed via the link given :0( but if you search on youtube for Sir Mix-a-lot’s Photo Shop you’ll get it.

    Oh and Gregor is incredible!

  3. saintneko 17 February, 2009 at 15:02 Reply

    Just a note – if you’re like me and like to generate a Details and Tone mapped image to composite with, make sure you change the file name in the LR2-Photomatix export dialog, otherwise when you “Process” out of Photomatix you’ll be saving them to the exact same file name and overwrite your first file with your second (at least I figured it out without too much kicking and screaming)

  4. saintneko 17 February, 2009 at 14:56 Reply

    Woo! Thanks for the note on Photomatix… I had previously tried to set up an export option from LR2 to Photomatix, but just ended up burning extra disk space AND making more work for myself. This is a lot nicer. 😀

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