This is a quick workflow thing about deleting images in Lightroom (I’m covering both Classic and cloud today) that I get asked about a lot (just this week, in fact) so I thought we’d cover…View More Lightroom and The Art of Deleting Images
The March 2021 issue of Photoshop User is now live on the KelbyOne site and KelbyOne Mags for iOS and Android. In this issue, all of the color controls that are now available in Lightroom will have you buzzing with excitement,…View More The March 2021 Issue of Photoshop User Is Now Available!
I was helping another photographer via Zoom this week and he was quite frustrated by the behavior of the settings used for sending a copy to an external editor. Every time he’d send a copy…View More Updating, Renaming, or Deleting Templates
This one gets a lot of users, but understanding how your free 20-Gig storage works will help you not get in a bind. First, some really good news: If you use Lightroom Classic and you…View More Lightroom Classic Users: How to Use LR Mobile and NOT hit your 20-GB Limit
Adding Grain For a Vintage B&W Look in Lightroom This first one is a 1-minute quickie from our dear friend and KelbyOne Instructor, Serge Ramelli. How To Create More Than One Spotlight Using the Radial…View More It’s “3 Lightroom Tip” Friday!
There comes a time in every workflow for pixel peeping, and Lightroom Classic (LrC) has a number of ways for us to zoom up close and personal with the pixels in our photos. Some are…View More Zoom Options in Lightroom Classic
Here’s a really simple, yet really effective trick I use to make sure in a portrait my subject’s face is the brightest thing in the image. Here’s how to do it (it’s just two steps…View More Quick Portrait Lighting Fix
In this case, our subject has a trademark mole just to the right of her chin. Should you remove it, or… This is a tricky retouching question I get asked a lot (the question is…View More Quick Lightroom Portrait Retouching Trick