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  • Category Archives Lightroom

    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…

    Professional Food Photography with Joe Glyda Now Online We just had an online class "go live" this week that I'm particularly excited about; it's Joe Glyda's class on Professional Food Photography. Joe is a terrific teacher (if you've ever caught Joe during one of his sessions at Photoshop World you know what I mean), and he's got some really great techniques in his new class. Here's the link with all the details (NOTE: If you're not a Kelby Training Online subscriber, you can still watch the first couple of segments by following that link). ALSO: I did a quick little video from the production set of Joe's class to give some background on the class and what he's teaching, and you can watch that short clip right here. Next Stop For My Lightroom 2 Live Tour: Detroit Well, it's actually Livonia, Michigan, so it's…

    If you're registered to walk in one of our Photo Walks around the world, as a special bonus we're giving you a FREE one-month subscription to our highly acclaimed online Photography, Photoshop, and Lightroom training, from Kelby Training Online. You'll be learning from industry icons like Joe McNally, Moose Peterson, Myself, Jack Davis, Bert Monroy, Matt Kloskowski, Dan Margulis, Katrin Eismann, Rick Sammon, Dave Cross, Vincent Versace, Eddie Tapp, John Paul Caponegro, David Ziser, and a host of the most talented, gifted, and giving instructors in the world today. When you log-in to your Photo Walk page, you'll find the code to redeem your free month, and how to access your free training. We've never done anything like this before, but we wanted to do something special for you guys, and we thought with all the photos you'll have to process after the walk,…

    Do you have something that you really want to learn in Lightroom? Great. Hold that thought in your head right now (we'll come back to it in just a moment). While I was down in St. Lucia, teaching my Lightroom session at Joe's workshop, I had to smile a number of times because I realized how much different teaching Lightroom is from teaching Photoshop. I think the reason is; Lightroom is just so much easier, that the questions I can answer in one quick sentence have a bigger impact for Lightroom users than they do when people ask their questions about Photoshop. Here's what I mean: When I do a Photoshop seminar, people often come up to me before class and ask really broad questions like, "Are you going to teach us Curves today?" or "Are we going to discuss Color Management?" or "Are…

    My buddy and Lightroom guru Matt Kloskowski is taking our "Lightroom 2 Live!" one-day seminar tour to: Chicago on Monday, July 20th New York City on Wed., July 22nd. Matt absolutely kicks butt on this tour, and if you get a chance to catch him live---don't miss it!!!! Here's the link with more details (By the NAPP: If you're a NAPP member, you can attend for only $79. If you're not a member, it's still just $99). Also, you can download the tour brochure (in PDF format) right here.

    My buddy Terry White turned me on to this technique that he picked up from Lloyd L. Chamber's Macintosh Performance Guide (which is published online "for Digital Photographers & Performance Addicts"). Anyway, Lloyd did a really great article on Optimizing Lightroom, and within it he specifically tackled the problem of slow JPEG exporting from Lightroom (if you decide to export a couple of hundred Raw photos as JPEGs, I can tell you from experience; it takes a while). Anyway, after many hours of research (aided by his background as a longtime software engineer) he learned a way where you can just about cut the export time in half, by manually having Lightroom do multiple exports at the same time. So, if you have 210 Raw photos you want to export as JPEGs, rather than selecting all of them and hitting Export, instead you'd select…

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