Tag: Adobe Lightroom CC

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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How To Make a Background White in Lightroom Classic – 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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How to Edit Images On Your Camera Roll in Lightroom Without Importing Them First

This is one of those features Adobe quietly added a few months ago, but for those of us who edit on our mobile devices, this is a pretty big deal because you don’t have to import your photos first, so it speeds up the process big time. Here’s a great video from Adobe’s own Julieanne …

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This Camera Raw Feature Will Change Everything 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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What’s New in Lightroom Classic 10.0 – Color Grading, Zoom Tools and More

As a replacement for the Split Toning panel, the Color Grading panel allows one to apply a color tint to shadows, highlights, and/or midtones, as well as globally to the entire image, using industry standard three-way color controls (i.e. with hue, saturation and luminance  controls). Replicating Split Toning To completely replicate the old split toning …

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Getting Started With Lightroom Classic Ep03 Renaming – 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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Why Lightroom ‘cloud’ Doesn’t Have Printing

Last week during The Wildlife Photography Conference I did a session on “How to print your wildlife photos” and it, of course, centered on Lightroom Classic being your printing tool. Its print module is one of the best parts of Classic, and ever since it was introduced I totally stopped printing from within Photoshop altogether. …

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Can this £12 Video Capture Card Really Match a Top Brand at 10 Times the Price? – 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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Find Good Light & Use a High Quality Lens (4 Days to Sharper Photos)

Finding Good Light & Using a High Quality Lens Day 3 of “4 Days to Sharper Photos” Now that you have figured out your camera’s focus settings and you have practiced and understand how depth of field and shutter speed can help you out, you should be well on your way to achieving sharper images. In …

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How to use Multi-Batch Exporting – Lightroom's new feature

  If you have used Lightroom, then you’ll understand that “exporting” an image is the same as saving. And when you export, the program creates new files for you that will include any adjustments you’ve made. As of Lightroom 9.0, there’s a nifty feature that allows you to export multiple presets simultaneously. What does this …

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