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Getting your images into Capture One Pro 20
In this video article, we're going to take a look at how to get your images into Capture One Pro...
Adobe previews seamless iOS import into Lightroom
This morning, Adobe announced an upgrade coming to its Lightroom cloud ecosystem, specifically for iPad devices. By the end of...
Understanding Lightroom catalogs
Remember back in our school days, when we had to look up something in our school's library? We relied on...
Understanding Lightroom Classic’s import dialog
A couple years ago, Adobe made headlines by completely revamping the import dialog in Lightroom Classic. Since then, they've restored...
Quick Tip: Share your Perfectly Clear presets to a new machine
Have a new machine, or want to share your Perfectly Clear presets with an editor or another photographer? Perfectly Clear...
Cheap gear doesn’t always mean good gear
There's an old saying — you get what you pay for. And the same rings true when it comes to...
Quick Tip: Import to this Folder
When it comes to keeping your Lightroom catalog tidy and organized, the import stage of your workflow is critically important....
Why is Lightroom Importing my Images out of Order?
Every once in a while, Lightroom gives me an issue importing images from my Nikon cameras. It’ll import the images...
Leveraging Lightroom Templates
One of the main reasons we use Lightroom is that it makes our entire digital workflow so much more efficient...
Speed Up your Import Workflow with a New Card Reader
With new cameras being released every month and new developments in memory card technology, many readers have struggled to find...

Adobe previews seamless iOS import into Lightroom

This morning, Adobe announced an upgrade coming to its Lightroom cloud ecosystem, specifically for iPad devices. By the end of the year, Lightroom users will be able to directly import using any card reader, straight into Lightroom on their iOS

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Understanding Lightroom catalogs

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 where in the library to find a specific book we

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Cheap gear doesn’t always mean good gear

There’s an old saying — you get what you pay for. And the same rings true when it comes to camera gear. While the big industry leaders like B&H, Hunt’s, Adorama and others are authorized dealers. Their gear comes from

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Photofocus Quick Tip Lightroom

Quick Tip: Import to this Folder

When it comes to keeping your Lightroom catalog tidy and organized, the import stage of your workflow is critically important. In this quick tip, you’ll learn a great shortcut for importing new photos into an existing folder, enabling you to

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Leveraging Lightroom Templates

One of the main reasons we use Lightroom is that it makes our entire digital workflow so much more efficient than using a combination of other tools. A key to getting the most out of Lightroom is to gain mastery

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Cheap gear doesn’t always mean good gear

There’s an old saying — you get what you pay for. And the same rings true when it comes to camera gear. While the big industry leaders like B&H, Hunt’s, Adorama and others are authorized dealers. Their gear comes from

Read More
Photofocus Quick Tip Lightroom

Quick Tip: Import to this Folder

When it comes to keeping your Lightroom catalog tidy and organized, the import stage of your workflow is critically important. In this quick tip, you’ll learn a great shortcut for importing new photos into an existing folder, enabling you to

Read More

Leveraging Lightroom Templates

One of the main reasons we use Lightroom is that it makes our entire digital workflow so much more efficient than using a combination of other tools. A key to getting the most out of Lightroom is to gain mastery

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Building Standard Previews in Lightroom

It’s no secret that Lightroom can run a bit sluggish at times, especially when trying to render previews of high-megapixel files from cameras like the Nikon D810, Canon 5DS R, or the Sony A7r II. I hate staring at the

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Merging Lightroom Catalogs in 5 Easy Steps

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.

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