Scott Kelby






Welcome to a brand spankin’ new week — fresh and full of wonderful possibilities. Let’s make the most of it! 🙂 We kick this just-baked week off with a look at how to change a simple setting so you can import in the background while you’re working on something else. (of course, you won’t always want […]

The post Importing In The Background (While You Work On Other Stuff) appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.

Importing In The Background (While You Work On Other Stuff)



It’s Tuesday — time for a 60-second quick tip from Adobe’s own Benjamin Warde, and once again, you’ll find this one really handy – he shows a little-used setting that makes the process SOOOO much easier in those tough situations. Even if you use the Spot Removal tool a lot, this is really worth watching. […]

The post Correcting Difficult-to-Remove Spots in Lightroom appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.

Correcting Difficult-to-Remove Spots in Lightroom




It’s Tuesday, and Benjamin Warde is here with a great little tip on how to add Lightroom Mobile to your Apple or Android notification screen, so you can get faster access to its quite awesome built-in camera. Take a look (it’s less than 60-seconds, as always): Hope you found that helpful (and thanks, Benjamin!). Have a […]

The post Get Quicker Access to Lightroom Mobile’s Camera On Your Phone appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.

Get Quicker Access to Lightroom Mobile’s Camera On Your Phone





When we want to clone an object, we generally just jump over to Photoshop and do it there, but here’s a technique that will let you do simply cloning talks (like duplicating an object, or moving an object), all right within Lightroom itself. Best of all, it’s way easier than you’d think — I made […]

The post The Trick To Cloning Objects From Right Inside Lightroom appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.

The Trick To Cloning Objects From Right Inside Lightroom




This is follow-up to a post I did last month where Adobe’s Terry White shared a very clever tip on how to add images to the Maps module that didn’t have GPS data already embedded into them (here’s a link to that post). This tip today is how to find out which images in your catalog […]

The post Making Sure All Your Images Have GPS Data (a follow-up to an earlier post) appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.

Making Sure All Your Images Have GPS Data (a follow-up to an ...



It’s Tuesday, and we have another awesome tip from Lightroom team member Benjamin Warde, and this one is a tip I showed this past week in my tips & tricks session on the Lightroom Track — how to automatically match exposure across multiple images. It’s less than 60-seconds (as always), and it’s a really handy tip: […]

The post Automatically Matching Exposure Across Multiple Images appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.

Automatically Matching Exposure Across Multiple Images





Psyched about my new class on all those little techniques I get asked about so often that are really important, but not long enough to be a class by themselves. But…what if you took a whole bunch of those and put them all together in one class? Ahhhhh, now you see where this is going. :)

The post Everything Else in Lightroom, Part One (and a shortcut or two!) appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.

Everything Else in Lightroom, Part One (and a shortcut or two!)