This article originally appeared in Issue 62 of Lightroom Magazine, but since it is one of the most frequent questions I have gotten over the last few years I wanted to share it here too.…View More Using Lightroom Classic on Multiple Computers
You probably already know that if you double-click a slider in Lightroom’s Develop (or edit) module, it resets the slider, and I’ve already covered how to reset all the Adjustment Sliders at once, but you…View More The “Resetting The Sliders” Trick You Probably Don’t Know
Here’s one from the vault — One of my readers, Stephanie Bunhc, asked “Can you create presets for cropping?” The answer is: “…you sure can!” Here’s how: STEP ONE: Open an image, and then click…View More How To Create Cropping Presets in Lightroom
Here’s the quick answer to that question: I use Snapshots when I’m working on an image and I kinda like where it looks at this point, but I think I want to keep tinkering and…View More The Difference Between Snapshots and Virtual Copies in Lightroom Classic
The June/July 2020 issue of Photoshop User is now live on the KelbyOne site and KelbyOne Mags for iOS and Android. In this issue, learn what lies beneath the surface of blending modes in Photoshop, plus cool ways to blend type…View More The June/July 2020 Issue of Photoshop User Magazine Is Now Available!
Versions is a new feature added to the Lightroom cloud ecosystem. If you are familiar with Snapshots in Lightroom Classic you’ll find the concept is the same. We now have the ability to preserve different…View More Using Versions in Lightroom Cloud
Clipping your highlights is probably at the top of the list of things that can damage your image, destroying detail and leaving you with no pixels whatsoever in that damaged area. Here’s how to see…View More Lightroom in 60-Seconds: How to Tell If Your Image is Clipping (and what to do about it if it is)
It used to be that when we jumped over to Photoshop, and wound up having to use Photoshop’s Camera Raw for any reason, it was like visiting a parallel universe. It’s the same…only different. Tools…View More Jumping Over To Photoshop Just Got Way Better For Lightroom Users