Lightroom Classic now provides an easier and more intuitive way to customize the default rendering of your raw files in order to streamline your editing workflow. For example, if you prefer to apply custom raw settings upon import (such as using camera styles defined “in-camera” or using a different camera profile or slider settings in […]
Early in 2019 I was cleaning up my Lightroom library. I ran a Lightroom plugin called Teekesselchen by Michael Bungenstock to identify duplicate files. The plugin seemed to work well. It helped me to identify many duplicates. However, for reasons I don’t understand, some images that had been flagged as “Picks” lost that flag. It’s […]
What I’ve heard, from multiple reliable sources, is that Adobe is genuinely all-in on Photoshop for iPad. They view it as a serious, top-shelf project for creative professionals. The team of engineers working on it has grown significantly from a year ago, and they have plans to add features iteratively on an aggressive schedule. It’s […]
I mainly use Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop and the Nik Collection by DxO to edit my photos but I’m always open to new tools. Skylum will soon release Luminar 4 which will have some tools for replacing skies and retouching portraits that look groundbreaking. I have a license for Skylum’s Luminar 3 but rarely use it […]
Julieanne Kost is a superb instructor of Lightroom and Photoshop. I’ve learned so much from her by taking her courses on Lynda.com. It’s interesting to hear her in a less formal setting in this podcast. Kost also has a blog with helpful tips.
I just installed a plugin for Adobe Lightroom that allows me to export images directly to my WordPress.com Media library. It seems to work well and this will be a time-saver. Instructions for using the plugin are here. This is another good reason to use WordPress.