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“Printing” to a JPEG file in Lightroom Classic
The Print module in Lightroom Classic is obviously designed to help you produce prints of your photographic images. But as...
Rotating crop orientation in Lightroom Classic
When cropping photos in Lightroom Classic, typically you would retain a horizontal crop for a horizontal image, and a vertical...
Color label mismatches in Lightroom Classic
Believe it or not, different software applications (such as Adobe Lightroom Classic and Adobe Bridge) use different definitions for the...
Quick keyword switch with the Painter tool in Lightroom Classic
The "cute" Painter tool in Lightroom Classic enables you to quickly apply metadata to specific photos while browsing multiple images...
Saving a map location in Lightroom Classic
You probably already knew that Lightroom Classic includes a Map module, which among other things enables you to view the...
Show or hide the parent folder in Lightroom Classic
At times you may need to view the parent for one of the folders containing photos being managed within Lightroom...
Trimming a video in Lightroom Classic CC
You may already be aware that the videos you capture alongside your still photos can be managed within Adobe Lightroom...
Vibrance up and saturation down in Lightroom Classic CC
Very often in Lightroom Classic CC if you increase the value for Vibrance and decrease the value for Saturation, you'll...
Send multiple photos to Photoshop from Lightroom Classic CC
You already know you can send a photo from Lightroom Classic CC to Photoshop to apply a wide variety of...
Quickly rename a single photo in Lightroom Classic CC
Many photographers are aware of the ability to use a template-driven approach to renaming multiple images in Adobe Lightroom Classic...
Drag and drop to the map in Lightroom Classic CC
Many digital cameras include a GPS receiver (or offer an accessory device) so location metadata can be added to your...
Using the tone curve for RGB color balance in Lightroom Classic CC
In this video quick tip you'll learn how to apply a more traditional RGB color balance adjustment in Adobe Lightroom...

Rotating crop orientation in Lightroom Classic

When cropping photos in Lightroom Classic, typically you would retain a horizontal crop for a horizontal image, and a vertical crop for a vertical image. But as you’ll learn in this quick video, you can also quickly rotate the crop

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Trimming a video in Lightroom Classic CC

You may already be aware that the videos you capture alongside your still photos can be managed within Adobe Lightroom Classic CC. In addition, Lightroom provides some basic tools for editing video, including the ability to trim a video, as

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Trimming a video in Lightroom Classic CC

You may already be aware that the videos you capture alongside your still photos can be managed within Adobe Lightroom Classic CC. In addition, Lightroom provides some basic tools for editing video, including the ability to trim a video, as

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Composition: The rule of thirds

When it comes to photographic composition, one of the most well-known “rules” is known as the “rule of thirds.” Many photographers dismiss the rule of thirds as being overly simplistic and not always applicable in the real world of photography.

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