How to Find Your Photos in Lightroom


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How to Find Your Photos in Lightroom

After you have been photographing for a couple years, you are likely to amass quite the collection of photos, and it can be a bit difficult to find what you need once you have thousands upon thousands of images to sort through. Luckily, Lightroom has a wide variety of features designed to help you find the photos you are looking for, and this great video tutorial will show you how to use them.

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Next week our “Travel Photography Conference” Kicks Off


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The conference itself is Wednesday and Thursday of next week, but it kicks off a day early on Tuesday with a special pre-conference session I’m teaching called “What makes a great travel photo?” I’ve got such a great session put together for this pre-con — I can’t wait to share it with the folks who’ve signed up.

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Asus’s New Dual Screen Zenbooks Aimed at Creatives Actually Look Practical


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Asus has announced the second generation of its dual-screen laptops and is aiming them at creative professionals thanks to software and hardware improvements. The original dual-screen design felt more like a novelty, but this follow-up feels far more practical.

The company has revealed two different versions of the dual-screen laptops, the ZenBook Pro Duo 15 OLED (model number UX582) and the ZenBook Duo 14 (model number UX482). Both models add a feature that is poised to make the dual-screen nature of the design a lot more usable: they tilt. Called the Asus ScreenPad Plus, it’s a full-width secondary touchscreen with

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Improve Lightroom’s Graduated Filter With These Six Tweaks


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Improve Lightroom's Graduated Filter With These Six Tweaks

Lightroom’s graduated filter is like magic, offering incredible editing options from the comfort of your own home, but it’s not perfect. Take a whisk through these top six ways to improve the graduated filter for better image editing success.

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The Power of the Tone Curve for Editing Photos in Lightroom


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The Power of the Tone Curve for Editing Photos in Lightroom

Most of us edit in Lightroom using the numerous sliders, and while those are perfectly fine the vast majority of the time, a tool that contains the power of many sliders all in one is hiding in plain sight: the tone curve. If you have not used it before, check out this fantastic video tutorial that will show you how to use it for everything from adding contrast to color grading.

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Create Faded Filmic Edits in 5 Minutes With Lightroom


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Create Faded Filmic Edits in 5 Minutes With Lightroom

Use your next five minutes effectively and learn how to create faded, filmic photo edits with nothing more than a few tweaks in Lightroom.

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How to Edit Sunsets Using Lightroom


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How to Edit Sunsets Using Lightroom

Sunsets can be deceptively difficult to edit, as most of the time, you will want rich, vibrant colors, but it can be tricky to avoid overdoing it and ending up with a gaudy result, plus, these images frequently have extreme dynamic range that can be tough to work with. This excellent video tutorial will show you how to edit sunset photos in Lightroom to produce vibrant, eye-catching results.

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How to Edit Sunsets Using Lightroom


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How to Edit Sunsets Using Lightroom

Sunsets can be deceptively difficult to edit, as most of the time, you will want rich, vibrant colors, but it can be tricky to avoid overdoing it and ending up with a gaudy result, plus, these images frequently have extreme dynamic range that can be tough to work with. This excellent video tutorial will show you how to edit sunset photos in Lightroom to produce vibrant, eye-catching results.

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How to Edit Sunsets Using Lightroom


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How to Edit Sunsets Using Lightroom

Sunsets can be deceptively difficult to edit, as most of the time, you will want rich, vibrant colors, but it can be tricky to avoid overdoing it and ending up with a gaudy result, plus, these images frequently have extreme dynamic range that can be tough to work with. This excellent video tutorial will show you how to edit sunset photos in Lightroom to produce vibrant, eye-catching results.

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How to Edit Sunsets Using Lightroom


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How to Edit Sunsets Using Lightroom

Sunsets can be deceptively difficult to edit, as most of the time, you will want rich, vibrant colors, but it can be tricky to avoid overdoing it and ending up with a gaudy result, plus, these images frequently have extreme dynamic range that can be tough to work with. This excellent video tutorial will show you how to edit sunset photos in Lightroom to produce vibrant, eye-catching results.

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Adjusting image tone in Lightroom


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Once your basic corrections are done to your raw image in Adobe Lightroom, you can continue to refine your edits. One way to do this is by adjusting the image’s tone. This means taking advantage of things like Tone Curves, Point Curves and Per Channel curves. Instructor Richard Harrington demonstrates how to use all three […]

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Understanding the Differences Between Clarity, Texture, and Dehaze


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Youtuber Kevin Raposo believes that many photographers use the Clarity, Texture, and Dehaze sliders in Lightroom without fully understanding what each is doing. To help, he’s uploaded this quick 4-minute video that teaches you the differences between each, and when best to use them.

Raposo explains that the Texture Tool adds or reduces contrast in an image based on Frequency. He explains that frequency refers to the consistency of colors, brightness, and shadows in a section of an image. Low-frequency sections of an image are like skies, where there is a relative consistency of those elements. High-frequency sections of an

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Why Don’t We Have Automatic Sensor Dust Removal in Lightroom Yet?


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Why Don't We Have Automatic Sensor Dust Removal in Lightroom Yet?

Artificial intelligence is pervading every corner of our digital lives, and Adobe is powering their editing software with Sensei, their artificially intelligent tool. But so far, it’s lacking the ability to deal with the common issue of sensor spots automatically in Lightroom, which would make our lives much easier.

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Why Don’t We Have Automatic Sensor Dust Removal in Lightroom Yet?


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Why Don't We Have Automatic Sensor Dust Removal in Lightroom Yet?

Artificial intelligence is pervading every corner of our digital lives, and Adobe is powering their editing software with Sensei, their artificially intelligent tool. But so far, it’s lacking the ability to deal with the common issue of sensor spots automatically in Lightroom, which would make our lives much easier.

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How to download Adobe Lightroom 6 (hidden link)


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A reader sent me this email on how to download Lightroom 6 – apparently Adobe has removed all download links, except one – if you need LR6, you better download it right away because I am sure Adobe will remove the link after this post goes live:

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How to download Adobe Lightroom 6 (hidden link)


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A reader sent me this email on how to download Lightroom 6 – apparently Adobe has removed all download links, except one – if you need LR6, you better download it right away because I am sure Adobe will remove the link after this post goes live:

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JPEG vs RAW: Which one is right for you?


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Today at 11:00 AM ET the wonderful Terry White himself is doing a live Photography Master Class on JPEG vs. RAW: Which one is right for you, and folks I talked with Terry this morning, and he’s got a lot of really helpful fascinating stuff in this video podcast stream today — even if you’re already shooting RAW, you will learn new stuff about it today for sure.

You can watch it right above.

Have a great weekend, everybody. Here’s wishing you good health, and I hope to see you back here next week. 🙂

-Scott

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How to Optimize Lightroom Classic for the Best Performance


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One of the consequences of reviewing computers for PetaPixel and running benchmark after benchmark is that you learn a thing or two about working in Lightroom. From weird quirks to the optimal performance settings for import, export, and editing, there are a few key changes you can make to coax a little more speed out of Adobe’s Raw editor.

Like everyone else, I occasionally get very frustrated at Lightroom and its uncanny ability to bring even the most powerful laptop to its knees. And yet, for better or worse, I still come back to Lightroom Classic time and again.

So

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How To Quickly Add Borders When Exporting Photos From Lightroom (Without Using the Print Module)


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How To Quickly Add Borders When Exporting Photos From Lightroom (Without Using the Print Module)

It’s a mystery as to why Lightroom doesn’t offer a quick and easy way to add borders to images when exporting files. However, there is a simple solution.

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Take your photos to the next level with Lightroom’s luminosity and colour masks


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Luminosity masks are an extremely valuable tool within Photoshop, particularly for landscape photographers who are often dealing with high dynamic range scenes that can leave scenes looking a little uneven. Sure, you can leave it up to semi-automated HDR software to try and pull all that detail out of a raw, but luminosity masks allow […]

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