In addition to being an excellent image post processing tool, Skylum’s Luminar 3 is also a digital asset management tool. As with any photo organization tool, users should put some
Up until recently, I found myself trying to figure out the best way to share photos between my laptop when I was on the road, and my iMac back at
The team of developers at Photo Mechanic have two big software announcements for 2019. First, Camera Bits (Photo Mechanic’s parent company) is releasing a new version of their excellent browsing
Remember back in our school days, when we had to look up something in our school’s library? We relied on the Dewey Decimal System, basically a reference that told us
A couple years ago, Adobe made headlines by completely revamping the import dialog in Lightroom Classic. Since then, they’ve restored the classic look and feel that much of us are
A single Lightroom catalog makes managing Lightroom a lot easier.
For the past few months, I’ve had a heck of a time with Lightroom Classic running slowly on my iMac. While my iMac is from late 2015, it’s fully loaded.
When you go to install the Lightroom Classic update, your existing Lightroom catalog is going to go through a significant upgrade process. This process WILL take longer (even a lot longer) than
This is an often misunderstood or completely overlooked panel, but it has some useful functions once you take a closer look. The most important thing to know about this panel
More and more I hear from people who want to be able to use a single Lightroom catalog of the same photos on more than one computer (not surprising in
Just this week, I took on the tedious task of completely re-organizing my Lightroom catalog. Not to say that I was using Lightroom wrong, or even organizing my photos incorrectly…I
Rob Sylvan answers many of the most common and pressing questions about Lightroom–especially ideas about fixing your catalog. Rob mans the Lightroom Help Desk for KelbyOne, and there’s no one
I use Lightroom, and I have one main catalog on my desktop computer. This catalog houses all of my photographs (over 250k of them), and they all are on a
I have two computers – a beautiful 5K iMac at my studio, and a MacBook Pro that I travel with. My schedule can get crazy, especially when I’m traveling 2-3 weeks in a given month. It’s not practical to take my entire photo library with me when I travel, so I often find myself creating a temporary catalog on my laptop and merging it with my main catalog back at the studio.
Should I have one or many Lightroom catalogs? I asked myself that question when I first used Lightroom. Years later, I found the answer.
When theres a shiny new program on the market, its often easy to install it right away and start using it. The Adobe team did a lot of work reengineering
Keeping your Lightroom catalog safe is essential to preserving your hard work. After all, your catalog contains your organization (and possibly the bulk of your edits). The Quick Answer on