Last week we held a fun Google Hangout filed with some incredible tips. The incredible Terry White from Adobe shared his ideas, and was joined by Erika Thornes, Kevin Ames, Levi Sim, Pamela Berry, Robert Vanelli, and Rich Harrington. Most photographers these days have access to two great photo packages… Lightroom and Photoshop. The confusing part is there’s […]
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.
Don’t miss our next Google Hangout all about Photoshop and Lightroom. This event is 100% free and you learn terrific techniques, but if you tune in live, you can be entered to win excellent prizes to help you in your work. (Note: MUST BE TUNED IN LIVE TO WIN). UPDATE: The incredible Terry White from Adobe will join us this […]
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 […]
Should I have one or many Lightroom catalogs? I asked myself that question when I first used Lightroom. Years later, I found the answer.
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 […]