I’m excited to announce Lightroom (v3.0) with Fill Edges for Panorama Merge, in-app learning and inspirational content, Connectors, Search Suggestions, enhancements to Custom Sort Order, advanced Export and more powerful GPU processing.
Connectors are a first step towards sharing your Lightroom photos with print professionals including Blurb (to create and publish books) and White House Custom Color (for professional printing). Once you “connect” their service, you will be able to access your photos within their software and take advantage of the services that they provide.
I’m happy to announce new features and updates including batch copy/paste of edit settings, advanced export options, and the additional of contextual help to Lightroom mobile.
I’m excited to share my top ten favorite updates, new features, and hidden gems in Photoshop 2020 (v21).
One of my favorite tools in Lightroom Classic is the Painter tool. For those of you not familiar with it, the Painter tool allows you to pick an attribute (including keyword, label, flag, ratings, metadata templates, settings (presets+), rotation and target collection) and apply to images by clicking on the image thumbnail in the Grid view.
In this video, you’ll discover the power of Variable Fonts and additional typographic enhancements in Photoshop CC 2019.
While I recently posted the video below on Curves for my 3, 2, 1, Photoshop series, I wasn’t able to fit all of the shortcuts within the 2:20 second time limit so I thought I would include them (below the video), in this post (plus, I know that some of you prefer to simply read the shortcuts rather than watch a video).
Discover how easy it is to create flames in Photoshop!
Discover how easy it is to draw resolution independent, scalable vector paths in Photoshop.
It’s so easy to fill our time with work and other responsibilities, but I still try to work personal photo projects into my life as a way to stay creative, explore new technologies, and expand my vision. So, when I recently had the opportunity to make a quick drive from Virgina to California, I wanted to be sure to make good use of the time. Although we didn’t have time to make a lot of stops, I figured that I could at least take a few photographs along the way. Here are a few of my favorite images taken during the week.
If you’re headed to Imaging USA, I hope you’ll join me as I share my favorite tips and techniques in Lightroom Classic, Photoshop, Spark and Portfolio!
Speed up your workflow and discover nine shortcuts you may not know for working with Paragraph Type in Photoshop.
Creating a Snapshot in Lightroom Classic “captures” all of the settings applied to an image and saves them as a single entry in the Snapshot panel. We then have the freedom to experiment, taking images in another direction with the security of knowing that we can quickly return to the Snapshot “state” with a single click. I prefer using Snapshots in the following scenarios:
Discover five little known features of Photoshop’s Crop Tool in under three minutes!