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 […]
When Corel, the people behind Corel Paint, announce that they’re releasing a Photoshop and Lightroom plugin it peaks one’s interest, so I bought the Starter Pack and gave it a try. Starting image for this post comes from Fotolia Starter Pack As an online purchase the download was fast and the installation was quick and easy. […]
Should I have one or many Lightroom catalogs? I asked myself that question when I first used Lightroom. Years later, I found the answer.
Lightroom is great to quickly enhance images, but sometimes you need Photoshop to fix the image. This tutorial covers Auto Lens Correction, copying selections and masking.
Lenses lie… It’s a simple truth. Do you want to xinsure that your photos are as accurate as possible? You should realize that all lenses distort images (at least a small amount). This is why you should take the extra step to remove lens distortion. The technology is built right into Adobe Camera Raw so you […]
I just wrapped up teaching several workshops at Photoshop World. I led a night sky timelapse workshop. Shooting raw was absolutely essential to getting great results. The range of detail needed to capture the Milky Way just couldn’t be captured with a single JPEG exposure. I continued to be amazed at how many people still don’t […]
I’m a Lightroom guy. I like to use Lightroom because it’s simple and helps my photographs look the way I imagined when I clicked the shutter. However, sometimes I just need the powers of Photoshop to make the best picture possible for my clients, and the number one way I use it is to swap […]