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  • Category Archives Lightroom

    Late last year, the crew from OnOne Software came to our offices to show us some new stuff they were working on (amazing stuff by the way), and at the end of our meeting they asked if there was anything we'd be hearing out on the road during our tours that they might could help with. I told them one thing that I hear again and again during my live seminars¬† from Lightroom users is that they either don't want to jump over to Photoshop or they don't have Photoshop at all (you'd be surprised how many Lightroom users don't have Photoshop. Well, at least I was anyway). I told them if they could somehow give Lightroom users a plug-in to give them access to Layers features, I thought a lot of people would dig it, and they agreed and went to work on…

    My Light it, Shoot it, Retouch It Tour is in New York City on Thursday, with around 900 or so photographers who will be there and I want you to be there too!!! It's not to late if you want to snag one of the remaining seats. It's only $99 for the full day, including a detailed step-by-step workbook that follows right along with what I'm doing all day, plus some other goodies I can't tell you about until the workshop (by the way, it's only $79 if you're an NAPP member, so you gotta go!). It'll be a blast, plus you have no risk at all, because we have a 100% money-back guarantee if it's not the best seminar of its kind you've ever attended, at any price, period! What do you have to lose? Don't just read about it on my blog…

    I can't tell you how many times during our various live seminars, photographers would come up and tell either Matt or me, "Why should I switch to Lightroom? I already have the Bridge & Camera Raw?" or "I thought Lightroom was just the same as the Bridge and Camera Raw." Uggh! It's particularly frustrating because Lightroom has so many advantages over the Bridge & Camera Raw, that you can't just explain it in few sentences. In fact, Matt and I were talking about this very problem one day, and just joking around we said, "We ought to make a list called "100 ways Lightroom kicks the Bridge's A$$!" so we could point them to it, and really illustrate the reasons why, as a photographer, they should be using Lightroom. The next thing you know, we decided not only to make a list, but to…

    When I'm teaching my Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it tour, I use Lightroom quite a bit during the day, and in one city one of the attendees came up and told me they had just bought Lightroom, and wanted my recommendations on where to go to learn Lightroom. Of course, I told him that we actually do a ton of Lightroom training, and he was like, "Really? I thought you guys just taught Photoshop." I told him that Lightroom's full name is "Adobe Photoshop Lightroom" and that Lightroom was part of the Photoshop family, and that we probably teach more about Lightroom than anyone on the planet. I gave him some ideas of what we do, but it really got me to thinking: If this guy at my live seminar doesn't realize how much Lightroom training we actually offer, I wonder how many…

    Hi Gang: I have been dying for Adobe to come out with a Lightroom App for the iPad, and although this isn't from Adobe, it's the next best thing, and I personally am really excited about it. It's called "Photosmith for iPad" and it's designed to work as a mobile companion Lightroom by letting you create Collections, rate, tag, add keywords and metadata to your photos, and then (wait for it, wait for it) sync your Collections to Lightroom on your computer wirelessly. It's the dream baby!!! The dream!!!! Now, as I'm writing this, I haven't spent much time with it---I downloaded it last night and started playing with it, and it sync'd beautifully with Lightroom---first time! (you do have to download and install their plug-in for Lightroom first), but after using it for a just an hour or so, I can see I'll…

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