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In this video, I share 3 of my favorite tips to help increase your productivity while working with Lightroom mobile including how to apply the previous photo’s settings, Copy and Paste a subset of settings and apply to multiple images, and create Presets.
In this video (3, 2, 1, Photoshop! Three Reasons to use Libraries in Photoshop), you’ll discover three ways to improve your workflow using the Libraries panel in Photoshop!
When in Grid view, tap “L” or double click an image thumbnail to preview in Loupe view. Once in Loupe view, you will automatically be given the zoom tool; click on the image to zoom to the default zoom percentage (Lightroom’s default zoom percentage is 1:1). Once you’ve zoomed into an image, Lightroom displays the Hand tool; drag with the Hand tool in the image area to view other portions of the image. Single click in the image area to return to Loupe view or double click to return to Grid View.
Given the recent changes made to Adobe Camera Raw 12.3, I spent the holiday weekend updating my previous post of shortcuts, tips, and tricks for using Adobe Camera Raw. You can view them below or use this link (2020_ACR_Shortcuts) to download the 10 page PDF!
I’m extremely excited to be a part of Santa Fe Workshop’s “Perspectives” seminar series! In this unique three-part series, I’ll walk through my creative process from ideation to completion, sharing insights into my workflow including: my sources for inspiration, approach while capturing photos, and techniques used in post processing in Lightroom Classic and Photoshop.
Lightroom Classic v9.3 – ISO Adaptive Presets, Tone Curve, Local Hue Editing, Batch Export Updates, and More!
I’m pleased to announce updates to Raw Defaults including ISO Adaptive Presets, a new look and feel for the Tone Curve, Local Hue Editing for the Local Adjustment tools, additional control when using Batch Exports, and more – in Lightroom Classic v9.3.
I’m pleased to announce pattern rotation, automatic font activation, updates to Select Subject, Match Font, and more in Photoshop v21.2!
I’m pleased to announce that Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) v12.3 has a new, modernized interface, ISO Adaptive Presets, Local Hue editing and more.
The new Raw Defaults interface in Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) provide a much easier and more intuitive way to assign and manage the default rendering of your raw files across multiple camera models. Raw Defaults enable you to set custom defaults instead of having to first import files and then change settings.
Lightroom Mobile – Raw Defaults, Versions, Local Hue Editing, Synced Watermarks, Edit in PS (iPad), and more!
I’m pleased to announce new features and updates including custom Raw Defaults, Versions, local Hue editing, watermark syncing across devices, Shared Album notifications, “Edit in Photoshop” on the iPad and more in the June release of Lightroom mobile.
I’m pleased to announce new features and updates including Custom Raw Defaults, Versions, Local Hue Editing, Watermarks, Shared Album Notifications, and new ways to connect, learn, and be inspired using Discovery Posts, in Lightroom v3.3.