It has been awhile since I explored the features and UI of the lightroom.adobe.com portal. I was pleased to see how much it has evolved to be another extension of the Lightroom ecosystem, and probably…View More Revisiting Lightroom on the Web
This is one of those little features that can make a big difference. I use these scrubby sliders every day in my work, and I hope you find it really helpful, too. Check it out.…View More Lightroom in 60-Seconds: How to speed your work using ‘Scrubby Sliders’
Here’s a pretty cool little tip (from the vault): in Lightroom Classic’s Library module you can use the Paint Can (in the toolbar along the bottom of the thumbnail grid) to “spray” on the preset…View More Using Lightroom’s ‘Spray Paint’ feature to “Spray” Presets Across Multiple Images
First, before we kick into the Q&A for today, I wanted to thank everybody who joined us for ‘The Landscape Conference” this week. What a wonderful, gracious, fun crowd to present to (over 1,400+ photographers…View More Lightroom Printing Q&A
The September 2020 issue of Photoshop User is now live on the KelbyOne site and KelbyOne Mags for iOS and Android. In this issue, Bryan O’Neil Hughes shows us how to tune the tones in our B&W images to perfection in…View More The September 2020 Issue of Photoshop User Magazine Is Now Available!
I love using Lightroom Classic and Lightroom (cloud) together, and use them together every day. As powerful as that combo can be, there are some aspects that don’t flow as seamlessly between applications as I…View More Keeping Your Collection/Album Organization in Sync
Flow is really good stuff, and if you haven’t been taking advantage of it when using Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush, well…check out the video below and see what you’ve been missing. Flow rules! Today is the…View More Lightroom in 60-Seconds: The Awesomeness of the ‘Flow’ Control
The Landscape Photography Conference (our two-day, two-track, live online educational conference) officially starts tomorrow (it kicks off today, a day early, with a pre-conference orientation and then I’m doing a workshop at 11:00 am called…View More The Landscape Photography Conference Kicks Off Tomorrow!