Scott Kelby


Big news today — Adobe released a pretty major update to Lightroom Mobile with lots of long-awaited features making their way to Mobile, (and if you use Lightroom Mobile on your iPad, today’s an even better day for you). Note: on the heels of this announcement, we’re releasing my new “Lightroom Mobile: Start to Finish” […]

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Adobe Releases Big Update to Lightroom Mobile! (Whoo hoo!!!)


Happy Monday, ya’ll. First, I want to give a very warm welcome to our awesome new columnist here on LightroomKillerTips.com, Lightroom expert extraordinaire Mr. Rob Sylvan. His new column will appear here on Wednesdays, and he kicked it off with a BANG last week, with an awesome article on creating Filter Presets (something I know I’ve […]

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Three Questions About Lightroom CC I Still Get a Lot


Hope you all had a safe and happy Independence Day (though my friend Dave Clayton tells me what they call July 4th in England is “Tuesday.”). LOL!! 😉 Hey, before get into today’s tip: my in-studio guest today on ‘The Grid‘ (my live weekly photography show) is Paris-based Lightroom expert Serge Ramelli, and we’ve got LOTS […]

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Choose where in Lightroom Desktop, Your Lightroom Mobile Photos Are Stored



Howdy Lightroom Lovers across this great land of ours, and Happy 4th of July to ya! Our offices are closed today as our nation celebrates our Independence from England (some 240 or so years ago), but what’s most important is…it’s a day off from work! Whoo Hoo! 🙂 If you’re here in the US, and […]

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Happy 4th (and how to shoot the fireworks tonight)


Could there possibly be more to tethering? Well, yes. These five glorious things: Here goes: Not every camera can tether to Lightroom Here’s a list from Adobe of the cameras it supports for tethering. It’s pretty much Canon and Nikon cameras, with a few Leica camera models (the tethering in Lightroom requires camera manufacturers to provide […]

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Five Things You Need to Know About Tethering In Lightroom










Back on Monday I did a post about which filters you’d use in MacPhun’s Luminar to get the looks we used to get in Nik ColorEfex Pro 4 (my go-to effects plug-in for years, until it started slowly dying on my, and many other folks, version of Photoshop and Lightroom, and Google just announced they […]

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Part 2: Nik Color Efex Pro 4 to MacPhun Luminar Decoder



Happy Tuesday, yall. Benjamin Warde has a great Tuesday Lightroom Coffee Break tutorial (in less than 60-seconds) which shows when and why you might need to use the brush feature when adding a linear gradient to your image. Here goes: Thanks, Benjamin — that’s a handy one to know (I’ve used that technique dozens of […]

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Editing a “Neutral Density Gradient” With a Brush (and when you might ...





Hey, it’s Tuesday, and Benjamin Warde is here with a “60-seconds or less” lesson on how to use this pretty handy little feature that Adobe snuck into Lightroom CC in the middle of the night a while back. Check it out: Pretty slick little feature, right? Thanks, Benjamin! Hope you found that helpful, and we’ll […]

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Using Lightroom CC’s Reference View (in 60-seconds, or less)