At times you may need to view the parent for one of the folders containing photos being managed within Lightroom Classic. In this quick video tip you’ll learn how you
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
In this video quick tip you’ll learn how to apply a more traditional RGB color balance adjustment in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, which can be helpful for photographers who aren’t
It’s a good idea to create a new copyright preset at the end of each year — but don’t just overwrite the previous year’s preset. Keeping all year’s presets will
A simple tip to ensure a better portrait is to center the subject’s pupil with the whites of their eyes. Have the subject turn their head and shoulders to balance their eyes.
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
Firework photos require the shutter be open for long periods. Ambient light can creep in between bursts of exploding visual goodness. Prevent this by holding a black card over the
Fireworks and the Fourth of July go together like hot dogs and apple pie. Thing is getting the exposure right for fireworks is anything but simple as pie. Here’s an
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 —
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
When I made my switch to a micro four-thirds camera system, all of my lens filter threads were significantly smaller than what I was used to. None of my filters
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
One of the things I’m asked to photograph often are speakers at corporate events. These can be boring and uninspiring if not photographed right. So remember this — look at
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
The other morning I was in the mountains waiting for the sun to rise and looking for the right composition. The moon was helping me because it was indicating exactly
The old saying, “the early bird gets the worm” is not only true in life it’s true in photography as well. One way to improve your photography is to take pictures
The Quick Collection in Lightroom is designed to help you quickly group photos together for a short-term need. But what do when a quick collection suddenly needs to become permanent?
If you want to set the white point and black point in your photos with precision, you’ll want to take advantage of the detailed clipping preview option in Lightroom. Go
In some cases you may want to “lock” the filter criteria you’ve set in Lightroom when searching for a particular image, so the same filter criteria will remain in place
If you prefer to delete your not-so-great photos so you only keep your best work, you may want to add an extra step to your workflow just to be safe.
Do you ever find yourself in a situation where you’re not sure exactly which folder a particular image is contained in within your Lightroom catalog? In this quick tip, you’ll