Category: Lightroom

Super Resolution, Native M1 Support and More Come to Lightroom Classic 10.3

The new Super Resolution feature uses artificial intelligence to increase the size of your image to four times its original size in pixels. (It doubles the length and the width.) This can be useful for making large prints or for upsizing a small crop of an image. Super Resolution will work on any file type …

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Lightroom Classic 13 First Look

Need to brush up on your Lightroom or Photoshop? Having Catalog or Missing File or Folder issues and need help? Using a variety of services, I can help you online with either. Archives Select Month March 2024 January 2024 October 2023 September 2023 January 2023 December 2022 November 2022 October 2022 July 2022 June 2022 …

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4 Essential Tips For Sharper Photos

How to Take Sharper Photos Have you ever wrapped up a photoshoot, confident that your images were perfectly sharp as you reviewed them on your camera’s LCD screen, only to be disappointed when you later viewed them on your computer monitor and realized they weren’t quite as sharp as you initially thought? This scenario is a …

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How To Let Your Client Proof Images in a Lightroom Collection

This process is super quick and easy, and you can do it in either Lightroom Classic or the ‘cloud’ version. Here’s how to do it. STEP ONE: This step is only for Classic users (cloud users skip this step). First, turn on Syncing if it’s not already turned on (click the cloud icon up in …

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What’s New in March 2021 Lightroom Classic and Cloud-Based Lightroom Releases

When to Update: I don’t have any indication that things won’t go smoothly with these small updates. That said, if you’re not urgently in need of the latest bug fixes or features, it couldn’t hurt to wait a week or two to see if others experience issues, unless you need to update urgently to hopefully …

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File Renaming in Lightroom Classic

Need to brush up on your Lightroom or Photoshop? Having Catalog or Missing File or Folder issues and need help? Using a variety of services, I can help you online with either. Archives Select Month January 2024 October 2023 September 2023 January 2023 December 2022 November 2022 October 2022 July 2022 June 2022 May 2022 …

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How to Use the Refine Edge Tool in Photoshop

What is the Refine Edge Tool? Photoshop offers a variety of selection tools which are all incredibly versatile and potent.  However, none of these tools possess magical capabilities.  When dealing with complex or intricate subjects, achieving a PERFECT SELECTION often demands a significant amount of time and energy, regardless of the tool you use.  To help …

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10 Lightroom Classic and Lightroom Tips

This year is quickly coming to a close and I wanted to leave a series of my favorite tips for Lightroom Classic and Lightroom to help you end on a good note or start next year off on the right foot. Heck, why not both! Please feel free to share any tips of your own …

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It’s Time to Update (or Create) Your Lightroom Classic 2021 Copyright Preset

For those of you who prefer written instructions rather than watching a video, here’s an article from a few years ago explaining how to create and apply a copyright metadata preset. Exporting Copyright and Contact Information: If you want your copyright and contact information to tag along with your photos when you export copies, then …

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Photoshop Healing in Lightroom – Lightroom Blog

The Indispensable Guide to Lightroom CC My latest book for Rocky Nook, looking at Lightroom CC/6 including all the new features. Available in both print and ebook forms. Penny H: A well written and very comprehensive guide that I thoroughly recommend. Stefan47: Even an experienced user will learn a few tips from this book. Piet …

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Vibrance vs. Saturation – What’s the Difference?

Vibrance Vs. Saturation In photography, both vibrance and saturation are terms used to describe the intensity and richness of colors in an image.  While they are related, there are some key differences. In this blog post, we will examine the difference between the two: Below is our example image, along with its histogram, before applying any changes.  …

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