Lightroom is generally good at maintaining itself, but sometimes you have to manually tweak a few adjustments. Here are a few quick tips to speed up Lightroom.
I have a couple presets I use often. Some I created from scratch and a few I’ve tweaked off of other presets I’ve collected over the years. I find if I shoot certain events, I know exactly how I need to tweak things. Instead of having to make the adjustments on every image, just save a […]
As a wedding photographer, I have plenty of cameras to keep track of. Usually at least two are mine, at least two are my second shooter’s, and occasionally I have an intern along as well. That means there are a lot of opportunities for time variations with the internal clock of the camera. I would […]
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Editor’s Note: Don’t miss this week’s free event on when to jump from Lightroom to Photoshop. For some reason, people laugh at me when I make a picture with them. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining: laughing makes a wonderful expression. My subjects crack a big smile, and usually also bend in half with the […]
Adobe Lightroom’s “What to Edit” dialog box contains 3 options — Edit a Copy with Lightroom Adjustments, Edit a Copy, and Edit Original — that affects your final image. Learn how to use each option.
Lightroom’s new web interface has made collaborating with clients very easy. Imagine, after a photo session, you import your images into Lightroom, make a collection of images to show your client, then have Lightroom create a private gallery for your client to select and make comments on their favorite images for you to edit.Their input […]