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  • Category Archives Lightroom

    Mornin' Everybody, here's what's up: 1) How to Sharpen Portraits of Women in Lightroom Since I took over the helm over at LightroomKillerTips.com I've been posting lots of new content, including this short tutorial about I question I get asked a lot. Here's the link. 2) Peter Hurley is our in-studio guest tomorrow on "The Grid' at 4pm. Peter's here wrapping up his "Mastering the Headshot" book, and he's recording a class on "How to find the "one" (how to know which shot out of an entire shoot is "the one" and while we're here, you know RC and I have to get him on "The Grid.' 3) You Can Download a PDF Version of my Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide Really handy for giving "hints." ;-)  Here's the link.  4) Congratulations to the 10 folks who won my "Photoshop for Lightroom Users" Book To…

    When I posted this behind-the-scenes iPhone pic yesterday on FB and Twitter, and mentioned I was using Lightroom Mobile (that it running on my iPad), I had lots of questions of how and why we used so I thought I'd tackle that here today on the blog. Why Lightroom Mobile? First, I know there are lots of apps (OK, at least a few) that will let you transfer your images from your camera over into your iPad so you can see them during a shoot. In fact, Terry White had a great article on shooting straight from an Eye-fi Wireless SD card, through an App, right over to your iPad (here's the link), but I wanted more than just being able to see them. I want this to be a part of my workflow to make my job easier and faster so I thought…

    http://youtu.be/Ozbf05w0cPQ In the most recent update to Creative Cloud users, Adobe did something I just did not see coming, and it's designed to allay the concerns of some Lightroom Creative Cloud subscribers (or potential subscribers). Watch the video above first (it's really short) which explains what they did, then I did a short Q&A below, which will only make sense after you watch the video: Q. Does this affect me if I bought Lightroom outright, rather than subscribed? A. Nope. Not at all. This only affects folks who are using Lightroom through a Creative Cloud subscription (either the full subscription or the Photographers Bundle). Q. So, if the scenario plays out like you said in the video, can I still import photos into Lightroom? A. Yup. You can import and export (so, if you're working with Raw files, you can still export out JPEGs…

    A few years ago, Matt and I started a project to answer a question we've been asked again and again: "I already have the Bridge & Camera Raw — why should I switch to Lightroom? ” or “I thought Lightroom was just the same as the Bridge and Camera Raw.” Uggh! It kind of like saying "I already have a kit lens — why would I want anything else?"  It’s particularly frustrating because Lightroom has so many advantages over the Bridge & Camera Raw — it's a whole different world, but Matt and I know there's just no way to explain that in just a few words, and that's why way back in Lightroom 3, we created this side-by-side comparison called "100 Ways Lightroom Kicks The Bridge (and Camera Raw's) A$$!" where we created 100 short, straight-to-the-point videos (30 to 60-seconds each) that make it all crystal…

    …we're streaming the Webcast continuously at this link: bit.ly/1rMUkWR  Above: That's Matt and me, right before airtime.  Above: Our crew in the control room getting ready 15-minutes before air. Thanks to everybody who tuned in last night — we had lots of great questions and discussions, plus RC did an amazing job handling the biggest number of giveaways we've never done (including two Wacom tablets, four $100 B&H Gift Cards, loads of books from Peachpit Press, A Canon Pixma Pro 1 printer, and a Canon point-and-shoot, and more). Really a great night and we got loads of great feedback from people who are now ready to make the jump to Lightroom. Here's the link to the free streaming rebroadcast: bit.ly/1rMUkWR  Hope you all have an awesome Tuesday (and don't forget, "The Grid" tomorrow at 4:00 pm LIVE). Best, -Scott

    On the heels of Apple's announcement Friday that they've discontinued both Aperture and iPhoto (they will be replaced by the new "Photos" App in the next version of the Mac OS, to be released next year), we want to help you make the transition to Lightroom. To that end, we're hosting a FREE Webinar tonight where we'll show you, step-by-step, how to the make the transition from Aperture (or iPhoto) to Lightroom easy, painless, fast and fun. Everyone's invited (even if you're not making the switch and just want to win some cool prizes — and we've got plenty!). Who: Matt Kloskowski & Me (with RC helping out, too!) What: Free "Make the move from Aperture to Lightroom" Webinar Where: http://kelbyone.com/aperture-to-lightroom/ When: 7:00 pm tonight (New York Time). That's Midnight in Swingin' London. Here's a link to a world time clock converter so you…

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