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How do you use a gray card for portraits with Lightroom Classic?
How do you use a gray card in portraits to correctly adjust for white balance in Lightroom Classic? It's super...
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...
Change the Lightroom Classic background color
Want to switch out the background color in Lightroom? It's easy. Select Lightroom CC > Preferences from the top toolbar...
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...
Quick Tip: Create a new copyright preset every year
It’s a good idea to create a new copyright preset at the end of each year — but don’t just...
Quick Tip: Center the subject’s pupil with the whites of their eyes
A simple tip to ensure a better portrait is to center the subject’s pupil with the whites of their eyes....
Quick Tip: Reset Lightroom Classic sliders
Sure, there's a big "Reset" button in Lightroom Classic, putting your edited photo back to its original state. But what...
Quick Tip: Use a Black Card While Photographing Fireworks
Firework photos require the shutter be open for long periods. Ambient light can creep in between bursts of exploding visual...
Quick Tip: Use Sparklers to Get Exposures Right for Fireworks
Fireworks and the Fourth of July go together like hot dogs and apple pie. Thing is getting the exposure right...
Quick Tip: Saturation vs. Vibrance
There are two sliders in Lightroom and most other post-processors that can be handy for adjusting the intensity of your...

Change the Lightroom Classic background color

Want to switch out the background color in Lightroom? It’s easy. Select Lightroom CC > Preferences from the top toolbar (or on Windows, go to Edit > Preferences), and then click on the Interface tab. Once there, you’ll see a

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Quick Tip: Reset Lightroom Classic sliders

Sure, there’s a big “Reset” button in Lightroom Classic, putting your edited photo back to its original state. But what if you need to reset just some of the adjustments you’ve made? Simply double click on the slider text (Exposure,

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Quick Tip: Saturation vs. Vibrance

There are two sliders in Lightroom and most other post-processors that can be handy for adjusting the intensity of your colors. Think of saturation like ISO, but for color — it bumps up the intensity of all of the colors

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Quick Tip: Reset Lightroom Classic sliders

Sure, there’s a big “Reset” button in Lightroom Classic, putting your edited photo back to its original state. But what if you need to reset just some of the adjustments you’ve made? Simply double click on the slider text (Exposure,

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Quick Tip: Saturation vs. Vibrance

There are two sliders in Lightroom and most other post-processors that can be handy for adjusting the intensity of your colors. Think of saturation like ISO, but for color — it bumps up the intensity of all of the colors

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Quick Tip: Only Show Your Best Work

You might be tempted to show all of your work to your audience in your portfolio. But try to limit yourself to a certain number of photos, only showing work that you deem to be your “best” and that’s representative

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Quick Tip: Dehaze Side Effects

The Dehaze adjustment in Lightroom is able to dramatically improve the appearance of haze in a photo, but not without some potential side effects. In this quick tip, you’ll learn how to compensate for the most common issues caused by

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