One of Lightroom’s greatest strengths is the fact that it stores all the work you do in its catalog file and never changes the pixel data in the source photos. Having all of that data on hand gives you a tremendous amount of freedom and flexibility in your post-production workflow. The most obvious benefit is […]
Happy New Year (and sorry for the late post today – I’m a bit under-the-weather – typical cold stuff, but it’s put me a bit behind. So did all the New Years partying, but that sounds like a much lamer excuse so let’s go with that “I’ve got a cold” thing for now). I got […]
Output is such a huge part of Lightroom Classic that it has four separate modules—Book, Slideshow, Print, and Web—entirely devoted to getting photos out in one form or another, then there are a number of publish service options, and finally there is the tried and true Export dialog. The Export dialog is the real unsung […]
This awesome little type trick is so much better than the title sounds. You'll super dig this - so much so that it will carry you through next week (well, it'll have to, 'cause I'm taking the week off. Whoo hoo, and Merry Christmas!
While those pre-built collections in the Catalog panel (from last week) are all very useful in their own way there is another level of user-driven collections that you can leverage to fit your organizational needs. This is where the Collections panel comes into play. The Collections Panel There are three types of collection tools found […]
I’m always impressed at how much Benjamin is able to pack into a 60-second (or less) video, and this one is a perfect example – four ways to copy Develop Settings from One Photo to Another. See what I mean? Thanks, Benjamin. Happy Holidays, everybody! 🙂 Best, -Scott P.S. Don’t forget to catch “The Grid” […]