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  • Category Archives Lightroom

    Last week when I ran my "10 Things I wish I Could Tell New Lightroom Users" post (link), one of the 10 things I talked about was using Collections rather than Folders, and I had a number of follow-up questions on my collections workflow, so I thought I'd break it out a bit here. Here's what I do: STEP ONE: Make a Collection Set Immediately after importing my photos into Lightroom, I go to the Collections panel and from the pop-out menu I choose "New Collection Set", as shown above (which is kind of like a big folder I can put other collections inside to stay organized. It's empty at this point, just like when you create a new folder on your computer). I'll name this Collection Set "Tuscany." STEP TWO: Deleting the obvious mistakes Before I do anything else, I quickly scroll through…

    I got the idea for this post from an excellent post from Rob Sylvan (Rob is one of our Photoshop Help Desk gurus, as well as a Lightroom author and instructor), called "10 Things I Wish I Could Tell Every New Lightroom User." Rob's article ran on Scott Bourne's must-visit PhotoFocus.com site, and he had lots of really great tips for new users (here's the direct link). I thought his idea was brillliant, and I sat down and started thinking about what I would tell new users, and then I thought I oughta do a similar post (with a different list of ten). I was thinking of using a different name for mine, but then Rob wound up coming to to my Boston "Photoshop for Digital Photographers" seminar, and afterward he even gave me a ride to the airport. During that ride to the…

    OK, this isn't the biggest fix in Lightroom 3, nor the most important fix, or even a fix that most folks would even notice at first, but it's one of those little things that has annoyed me since Lightroom 1, and now instead of grimacing each time I see it, now I smile. They changed it so the "Backup Catalog" dialog box, which used to appear when you launch Lightroom----now only appears when you Quit, which to me just makes so much sense. I always felt having it show up when you first launched Lightroom was kind of like asking you to Save a blank document right when you first open it (even though I know what we're doing isn't technically 'saving;' we're backing up the catalog, but I'd rather back-up the catalog after I've been working on it for hours----not before I even…

    Yup---it's true! Lightroom 3 is here! (Well, the free public beta version is here, anyway). Of course to get you up to speed fast on all the cool new goodies in Beta 3, NAPP (The National Assn. of Photoshop Professionals) has put together a Lightroom 3 Beta Learning Center, with videos from Matt Kloskowski and me, along with articles and info from RC Concepcion, and an exclusive video interview with Lightroom Product Manager Tom Hogarty. Also, later today look for Matt's "Lightroom 3 Beta Power Session" full training class to go live on Kelby Training, which teaches all the new features in depth, and how they relate to, and update your current Lightroom workflow. Now, all that being said---just remember---this is a pre-release Beta testing version, so it's far from the final finished product (if history is any indicator, when the real version ships,…

    Good Friday morning everyone!  Brad here, filling in for Scott today. As I was driving into work, I got a call from Scott telling me how much he was looking forward to his Lightroom seminar in Livonia today, and how smoothly everything was running.  While we were talking, I asked, "By the way, was today's no blog Friday intentional?" "Oh no! I forgot!!  Can you put up a post letting everyone know what happened?  I just got so wrapped up in prepping for today's seminar that it slipped my mind!" So there you have it... The thrilling story of how today became "No. Blog. FRIDAY." Speaking of Lightroom, Rob Sylvan (who happens to be one of our Photoshop World moderators) has a great post up over on the Photo Focus blog called "10 Things I Wish I Could Tell Every New Lightroom User."  Swing…

    A lot of people are surprised when they find out how much Lightroom Training there is at the upcoming Photoshop World Conference in Las Vegas (which kicks off in just 15 days). This year's conference has the most Lightroom training we've ever offered. In fact, you can come to Photoshop World, and take nothing but Lightroom classes each day---all day---and never take a Photoshop class at all (which is the part of the experience we call "The Lightroom Conference at Photoshop World"). Check out the amazing instructors teaching Lightroom at this part of the conference: Katrin Eisman Matt Kloskowski Jack Davis Julieanne Kost Jeff Schewe David Ziser Kevin Ames RC Concepcion Chris Orwig and Yours Truly Take a look at the details of these daily Lightroom sessions, (click right here, and look each day at the dedicated Lightroom track) as I'd love to meet…

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