I’m pleased to announce pattern rotation, automatic font activation, updates to Select Subject, Match Font, and more in Photoshop v21.2!
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.
Presets are a great way to quickly apply the same look and feel to multiple images in Lightroom Mobile. This post will show you how!
Photoshop 2020 (v21) added three new panels for organizing and applying Gradients, Patterns, and Shapes, and updated the Swatches and Styles panels. Presets can be applied by clicking on the preset in the panel, dragging and dropping the preset from the panel onto the desired layer in the Layer’s panel and/or dragging and dropping the preset from the panel onto the layer content in the canvas area.The contents of the layer (bitmap, vector, type etc.) will determine how the preset is applied: as a property of the layer, as an adjustment layer or, as a Layer Style/Effect.
Adobe Camera Raw’s new Raw Defaults Settings panel provides a much easier and more intuitive way to assign and manage the default rendering of your raw files across multiple camera models. For example, you may want to change the default rendering setting (such as apply a custom camera profile, change the amount of sharpening, or enable lens profile corrections), on all of the images that you import from one camera model but not from another instead of first importing your photos and then having to changing the settings.
Lightroom Classic now provides an easier and more intuitive way to customize the default rendering of your raw files in order to streamline your editing workflow. For example, if you prefer to apply custom raw settings upon import (such as using camera styles defined “in-camera” or using a different camera profile or slider settings in Lightroom), instead of first importing files and later changing the settings, you can use the new Raw Defaults Presets preferences to manage the default rendering of your images.
I’m excited to announce that my new Photoshop 2020 Essential Training: Design course is now available on LinkedIn Learning and Lynda.com. Whether you’re an experienced creative pro or just starting on your creative journey, learning how to use Photoshop is the best investment you can make in your work!
If you weren’t able to attend Adobe MAX in person, you can still view my Lightroom session “Increase a Photograph’s Impact: Lightroom Classic Advanced Tips and Tricks” on YouTube.
In this session, you’ll discover how to make your photographs more powerful than ever before by mastering the tools needed to enhance, refine, and add creative effects to your images.
If you weren’t able to attend Adobe MAX in person, you can still view my Photoshop session “Increase your Photoshop productivity with Tips and Tricks from A-Z” on YouTube .In this fast-paced, information-packed session I uncover hidden gems throughout Photoshop to help you become more efficient and reach your creative vision faster than ever before.
Lightroom Classic has added several new features and product updates including Auto Fill Edges for Panoramas, Batch Export with Multiple Presets, Performance Enhancements and more!
I’m excited to share my top ten favorite updates, new features, and hidden gems in Photoshop 2020 (v21).
To help minimize mistakes, set up your preferred settings for importing files in the Import dialog and then save them. For example, select your source on the left (select your device, navigate through connected drives, or use the arrow to select from common/recent locations).
I’m excited to announce several updates to Lightroom Classic including several enhancements to the Book module, support for importing profiles and presets as ZIP files, and HEIC support on Windows.
While Lightroom Classic will not have the ability to automatically sync presets and profiles with Lightroom CC Mobile, it is possible to sync presets and profiles between Lightroom Classic and Lightroom Mobile using the Lightroom CC desktop application. To do this: