Five Useful Things in the Cloud-based Lightroom Mobile Camera App

Hello from Photoshop World! I want to share some of my favorite things about the camera module within the Lightroom app for mobile (iOS and Android). When you sync your Lightroom Classic catalog with Lightroom for mobile all the photos you take in the mobile app are automatically uploaded to the cloud, and then eventually […]

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Catch the live-stream of the Photoshop World Opening Keynote Right Here

Good morning everybody! We are live-streaming the opening keynote from Adobe this morning, featuring Terry White and his keynote team from Adobe — they’ll be showing some cool Lightroom stuff during the keynote, and it’s totally worth checking out. It kicks off at 10:00 AM Pacific Time (Vegas time), or 1:00 PM East Coast time. Here’s the […]

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7 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Collections in Lightroom Classic Instead of Folders.

You know I’m a big fan of collections, and my entire workflow is built around collections, and it’s where Adobe is moving with Lightroom, but if you want to know more about why you should consider the many benefits of a Collection-based workflow, check out this video from Terry White on “7 Reasons Why You […]

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Speeding Up A Slow Lightroom, Our Detective Work Continues…

So I heard from my buddy whom I wrote about last week who was struggling with his Lightroom speed (it’s was slow as molasses), and he has tracked down the main culprit (it’s was not Col. Mustard in the Library with a Candlestick, as previously surmised). So…what was it? It was the Preset Preview feature […]

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Issue 53 of Lightroom Magazine Is Now Available

Issue 53 of Lightroom Magazine is now available for KelbyOne members on the KelbyOne site and the KelbyOne Mags app for iOS and Android. In this issue, Rick Sammon shares his favorite tips and tricks for capturing amazing horse photographs, plus a look at the latest Lightroom updates, making great beach shots, working with Develop presets, using Stack Modes and […]

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August 2019 Lightroom Classic, Lightroom, and ACR Update

The August 2019 update for Lightroom Classic, Adobe Camera Raw, and the cloud-based Lightroom has been released. Check the Creative Cloud application manager or the app store on your device for the update. With this release, Adobe continues to include performance related improvements as well as new features, new camera and lens support, and bug […]

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5 Tips to Clean Up and Speed Up Your Lightroom Workflow

I’m back home from my trip to the Faroe Islands – it’s fun to go, but always so great to come home. Lots of stories and pics to share soon, but for today I’m sharing 5 tips to make working in Lightroom Classic faster, easier, and more fun. Check out the short video below. Hope […]

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If Your Lightroom Is Running Slow, It Might Be Because…

…your Lightroom catalog isn’t on your computer — it’s on an external hard drive, and having to write to a slower external drive (one that’s perhaps way slower than your computer’s internal hard drive) can make Lightroom crawl along big time. I’m bringing this up today because I’m on vacation with a friend (we just left […]

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The August 2019 Issue of Photoshop User Magazine Is Now Available!

The August 2019 issue of Photoshop User is now live on the KelbyOne site and the KelbyOne Mags app for iOS and Android. In this issue, learn why color profiles and color proofing are so critical for getting your colors to look right when printing your images. Plus, removing tourists from your travel images with Statistics, creating a cityscape out of […]

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Save Time with Export Presets

I got a question this week about how to create export presets in Lightroom Classic for different watermarks, and I thought it would make for a good tutorial. I’m just going to cover the process of creating Export dialog presets, but you can check out this video from Scott on the watermark editor if you […]

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How to Hold Your P&S Camera

After last week’s picture presentation of how to hold your SLR camera got such an incredible response, many people chimed in via email, asking if I could do a piece on how to hold your Point-and-Shoot camera.  While it’s not hugely different,…

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How to Hold your Camera – The SLR

A while back I was up at Maroon Bells in Colorado, anticipating the peak of the fall colors.  The lake there at the base of the Maroon Bells has become quite an idyllic scene for photographers of all levels to…

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In Loving Memory

5/4/2013 was a sad day…after 12 years together, our family dog Maggie had reached a point where her body is just not able to sustain her anymore. Over the last 9 months we have seen her deteriorate slowly. Her Lab…

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3 Elements of Buying a Tripod

By Jason More often than not, blur in photos is a result of movement in the camera.  This means that you are likely shooting with your shutter speed set to open and close more slowly than you can hold it in…

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Pet Photography 101

Photographers tend to photograph that which is closest to them more often than anything else.  For me, that means photographing my dog.  My dog is such a good dog too.  She sits when I ask her to sit, stays when…

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Service Equals Quality

Remember the axiom that on the web, content is king?  While we all need to be cognizant of this, when your business is based on providing something – whether it be a product or a service, you simply must be…

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Photography and Morality

I was doing some portrait work for some local friends/clients (they’re getting holiday pictures done) a few years ago and it involved both group and individual shots.  The group was two parents, their dogs, and a couple kids ages ranging…

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Think Negative – not Positive

Sounds odd doesn’t it?  Yet believe it or not, the use of something called negative space can be very powerful in photography.  But what is negative space?  The term is kind of hard to describe in words, but the best…

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Eight Ways to Awesome Photos

One of the worst moments in photography is when you get things back on the computer from a shoot to see that dreaded blur!  If only you had been able to stabilize the camera more.  I can’t tell you how…

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Creating the color video

As promised from last weeks post on Youtube, I promised to share the “how to” on the creation of the little teaser video for transitioning from a black and white photo to color.  For those that don’t remember, the video…

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