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Sometimes you capture the perfect photo in just one click—but perfection usually takes a little more effort than that. We asked three top-notch photographers—Katie Orlinsky, Gareth Pon, and Ted Chin—to show us how they take a photo from good to great, using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC. Try some of their tips on a photo of your own, and you could win.

Make It Impactful: Optimizing Images with 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)