What Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush “Flow Control” Does

Well, if you’ve ever wondered, Benjamin Warde has the answer, in today’s 60-seconds-0r-less “Lightroom Coffee Break.” Suddenly, it’s all so clear. Thank you, Benjamin! 🙂 Check out Tuesdays with Dave Williams Every Tuesday, awesome UK-travel photographer Dave Williams writes an article over on my blog, and he’s been sharing some great stuff, from a series of […]

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Renaming Your Photos With Names That Make Sense

Happy Monday, folks – I’ve got a quick (just over 2-minutes) little video on renaming your photos that you might find really helpful. Here goes: Hope you did indeed find that helpful. 🙂 Photoshop World Q&A today! It’s over on my blog — if you’ve ever thought you might want to go, jump over there where […]

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Writing XMP Files in Lightroom (why you shouldn’t and when you should)

This is a follow-up for reason #7 from my post on Monday called “If your Lightroom is running slow, it’s probably one of these seven reasons” (here’s the link in case you missed the other 6). #7 was about turning off having Lightroom automatically write .xmp files each time you make an adjustment in Lightroom […]

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Making Use of the Copy Name Field with Virtual Copies

I received a question from someone wanting to know how to rename their virtual copies the other day, and thought it would make for a useful post to share with you all. The short answer is that you can’t rename your virtual copies because a virtual copy only exists in the catalog as an additional […]

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How to categorize photos using the Metadata Painter (What?!)

Here’s another awesome new video tip from longtime Adobe Lightroom Team member Benjamin Warde. Even if categorizing photos using the Metadata Painter doesn’t sound all that interesting, it’s more interesting than you’d think, and it’s only 60-seconds so give it a watch (you’ll be glad you did). Told ya! Better than you thought, right! 🙂 […]

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If Your Lightroom Is Running Slow…It’s Probably One Of These 7 Reasons

Well, I guess it should read, “one or MORE of these seven reasons: 1) Your Lightroom Catalog (and preview files) are NOT on your computer (you’ve stored them on an external hard drive). It’s fine for photos to be stored on an external hard drive (in fact, I recommend it), but not your Lightroom Catalog […]

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Intermediate Level “Start to Finish” Lightroom Tutorial

Hey, gang — I’m trying something new today – an intermediate level start to finish tutorial that moves at a quick pace, and I don’t’ explain every little thing like I would normally do when I create tutorials any level user can follow along with. If you know Lightroom pretty well, you’ll have no problem […]

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A Simple Tip to Ensure You Always Open the Right Catalog

Catalog related questions are the bread and butter of the Lightroom Help Desk, and one of the more common questions pertains to people not opening the correct catalog or not knowing where their catalog is located. A really simple way to ensure you always open the right catalog every time you open Lightroom Classic is […]

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How To Use The Awesome Color Range Masking (in 60-seconds or less)

Another awesome, and very quick tip, from longtime Lightroom team member Benjamin Warde. If you’re not using the Adjustment Brush’s new Color Range Masking feature, this video will surely make you want to. Right? Right! It works amazingly well on a wide range of images. You’ve gotta try it (and thanks, Benjamin). 🙂 Thanks for […]

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