Here’s the final shot you see me making in the BTS shot below. Back on Monday, I did a post about Segmenting when you’re shooting tethering into Lightroom Classic, and I get a lot of…View More My Lightroom Classic Tethering Set-up
Lightroom Classic’s catalog is simply a database of information about our photos. Learning how to edit and add to that information can help us manage, find, and organize our photos over time. Metadata is information…View More The Role of Metadata
If you’ve ever wondered which lens is your favorite, go-to lens, there’s an easy way to find out — Lightroom will tell you! Check out the video below: Pretty handy to know, right? Have a good…View More Lightroom in 60-Seconds: How Lightroom can tell you which lens you like the most
PROGRAMMING UPDATE: I’m sharing a great strategy for backing up your photo library and LR catalog – another of our free live Webinars (normally just for Kelbyone members, but we’re opening it to all photographers)…View More Lightroom Tethering: What “Segmenting” Does (and how it makes your life easier)
Well, it was earlier this week on “The Grid” (my weekly photography podcast), when we asked our viewers to send a link to their websites for a critique of their layout, design, and usability. We’ve…View More Website Critiques Day
Forget everything you knew about how to create a custom default setting for your raw photos, and let’s get up to speed on the new system. Once you install the 9.2 update your old custom…View More Customizing Camera Raw Defaults in Lightroom Classic
After you cut out or mask an image in Photoshop, it’s common to have black or white fringes or just jaggy around the edges. Here I’ll show you 3 ways to get rid of them.…View More 3 easy ways to remove edge fringes in Photoshop. Halo removal on cutout edges.
Here’s a quick way to see if you missed any areas when you were painting, how to fix those areas, and how to see if you accidentally painted over any areas you didn’t want to…View More Lightroom in 60-Seconds: How to See and Edit Your Adjustment Brush Mask