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  • Thanks Michigan! Next Stop – Adobe Max and Colorado Springs

    Lightroom Killer Tips
    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:50 am
    Hey there! I just got back from teaching my Lightroom seminar in Livonia, Michigan yesterday, and had an awesome crowd of about 300 photographers. A big thanks if you came out to the seminar, and it was great to meet so many of you and get such a warm welcome. Next month (well, next week actually) I’m off to teach some more Lightroom at Adobe Max in LA. I’ve got two classes there and you can find out more about them right here. Later in the month I’ll be in Colorado Springs on October 22nd and then on to Philadelphia in November and San Antonio in December. So if…
  • Using the Radial Tool in Landscape processing.

    Lightroom Blog
    seanmcfoto
    5 Sep 2014 | 11:20 am
    New video folks, now that I’ve a new mic setup. The old one just didn’t endure, so now it’s onto a proper studio recording setup. It’s also there for making music too, as I’m working on short videos. Anyway today I’m looking at using the Radial filter in processing Landscapes. It’s probably one of my favourite tools in Lightroom for this. Click through to YouTube to get the HD version.  
  • Auto Tone / White Sky

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    Witterings
    1 Oct 2014 | 1:15 am
    I bought Lightroom mainly as a time saver as overall the Auto tune is quite good for colour adjustment and lightening shadowed areas BUT I find it really whites out the sky and virtually any blue disappears. I know I can then use the graduation tool but that's more time and I'd rather it didn't make an instance worse than it's starting point as opposed to better ...... does anybody know if there are any easy fixes for this as I would have thought 99% of the time everyone would want a bluer sky rather than a blue ish sky turned white and losing what colour it had. Any help much appreciated!
  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Richard Bernabe!

    Photoshop Insider
    Brad Moore
    30 Sep 2014 | 9:01 pm
    It’s the DestinationAs a photographer, chances are you’ve thought about doing some traveling, if you haven’t traveled extensively already. The journey might start out as a simple weekend getaway after a few rough days at the office or as an expansive road trip through several states and time zones: car packed with a camera and a few favorites lenses, wind in your hair, sun on your face, nothing but freedom and the open road in front of you. Over time this could lead to dealing with travel agents, passports, guides, and epic expeditions to the other side of the world…
  • View Your Focus Points with This Free Lightroom Plugin

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    Laura Shoe
    23 Sep 2014 | 9:18 am
    With this free Lightroom plugin from Chris Reimold, we can view our in-camera focus points in Lightroom 5!  According to Chris it works for all Nikon DSLR cameras and post-2002 Canon EOS DSLR cameras. It reads your camera focus metadata (focus points, distance, mode, etc), and displays the results in a separate window that opens. Click here to learn more about and download the Lightroom Show Focus Points plugin.  You’ll find that installation and using the plug-in are straightforward, and instructions are given on the site (as well as a full list of cameras supported, in the FAQ.) It…
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  • Thanks Michigan! Next Stop – Adobe Max and Colorado Springs

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:50 am
    Hey there! I just got back from teaching my Lightroom seminar in Livonia, Michigan yesterday, and had an awesome crowd of about 300 photographers. A big thanks if you came out to the seminar, and it was great to meet so many of you and get such a warm welcome. Next month (well, next week actually) I’m off to teach some more Lightroom at Adobe Max in LA. I’ve got two classes there and you can find out more about them right here. Later in the month I’ll be in Colorado Springs on October 22nd and then on to Philadelphia in November and San Antonio in December. So if…
  • PLUG-IN: Show Focus Point Lightroom Plug-In

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    16 Sep 2014 | 11:01 pm
    A while back I wrote a post on some features I’d love to see, but I really didn’t think would make it in to Lightroom. Well, one of those features was the ability to show me my focus points. At times, I’ll shoot the same photo but focus in different areas. As a landscape photographer, sometimes I’ll merge a few photos together (focus stacking) to get an ultra sharp photo. Other times, I just use one photo, but knowing where I focussed can help me in the future. Well, a few blog readers pointed out a plug-in that I hadn’t seen before. It’s called Show Focus…
  • Win A Free Ticket to One Of My Fall 2014 Lightroom Seminars

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    11 Sep 2014 | 6:53 am
    Edit: The Free Tickets have been given away. Here’s the winners: Matthew Jackson – San Antonio Jennifer – Colorado Springs Trisha – Livonia Brendan Reilly – Philadelphia Okay, my fall 2014 schedule is locked in for my Lightroom seminar tour and I figured I’d announce the dates and give away a free ticket to each city. If you’ve never attended the seminar before, it’s basically a 1-day Lightroom crash course. Here’s a quote from one of the attendees from last year: “Matt is absolutely the best instructor in the world, and his…
  • TIP: A Fun, Mean, and Totally Useless Lightroom Hack

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    8 Sep 2014 | 11:01 pm
    (Photo courtesy of Fotolia.com) The other week Scott turned me on to a post by Mark Stagi over at Digitalphotobuzz.com. It was called Hacking the Lightroom 5 Splash Screen. It’s actually very cool and I never knew you could do that before. However, before you go visit the site, just understand that it has no educational value whatsoever. But as photographers, I think it’s kinda cool. We love to display our photos, and this is a cool way to do it when Lightroom starts up. Basically, the article goes over how to take the default Lightroom startup screen (seen below) and replace it…
  • VIDEO: Smart Collection Tip on Automatically Sorting Your Photos

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    28 Aug 2014 | 7:35 am
    Yesterday, I wrote a post about 3 features that I’d love to see in Lightroom (but probably won’t). They’re 3 features that I think I’d use, but I’m not so sure the masses would and it would be worth the development effort on Adobe’s time. Well, as I wrote the post, I realized a way that I could sort of do one of the features I was looking for. See, I often import some photos in to Lightroom and just start editing. I know I’m supposed to go through and flag/rate them right away, but sometimes I don’t have the time or I just really want to see one…
 
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  • Using the Radial Tool in Landscape processing.

    seanmcfoto
    5 Sep 2014 | 11:20 am
    New video folks, now that I’ve a new mic setup. The old one just didn’t endure, so now it’s onto a proper studio recording setup. It’s also there for making music too, as I’m working on short videos. Anyway today I’m looking at using the Radial filter in processing Landscapes. It’s probably one of my favourite tools in Lightroom for this. Click through to YouTube to get the HD version.  
  • Speeding up images in Develop

    seanmcfoto
    26 Aug 2014 | 8:40 pm
    Julie Kmoch from the Lightroom Team has weighed in on a discussion on the Adobe Forums relating to slowness in Lightroom Develop: “Wait – let me explain what we found first as this may help others. The pattern you need to be most careful of in using Lightroom: lots and lots of brushing or spot heals are what typically cause problems. Remember that Lightroom has to re-apply every edit you make every time it renders a photo. And we render with every slider change, every crop, etc. The more local corrections you have, the ‘heavier’ the photo gets. This is different from…
  • Sorting your LRB gallery collections

    seanmcfoto
    4 Aug 2014 | 7:46 pm
    In the users guide and videos for LRB Exhibition and LRB Portfolio, I say to create a set of collections to gather your the photos for each gallery together, then to create a new collection of all the photos to create the site at the end. This video shows how to put the collections in the order you want in the main gallery collection quickly. Make sure to go for 1080HD for highest quality viewing.
  • Lightroom 5.6, Camera Raw 8.6 and DNG Convertor 8.6 now available.

    seanmcfoto
    30 Jul 2014 | 10:10 pm
    Lightroom 5.6, Camera Raw 8.6 and DNG Convertor 8.6 now available from Adobe.com or via their update mechanisms. This release gives camera support for the Nikon D810, Panasonic LUMIX AG-GH4 & LUMIX DMC-FZ1000. 22 new Lens Profiles have been added, including the new Canon 16-35 f4L IS, with bulk of the others being for Sony Alpha. In addition there are many bug fixes including: Custom Sort Order Collections could prevent sync with Lightroom mobile on occasion. Star Ratings from imported Camera Roll photos in Lightroom mobile didn’t sync properly to the desktop. Star ratings from…
  • Clarity Volume 4 is out!

    seanmcfoto
    29 Jul 2014 | 10:52 am
    Clarity Volume 4 is out now! Featuring 73 pages of goodness with articles from yours truly, Piet Van den Eynde, Kevin Kubota & Dave Delnea amongst others. For my article, we’ve moved into Develop, and take an in-depth look at the Basic Panel. Other features include Food Photography, Hollywood Glamor, and making ‘Indoor Clouds’ with liquids. CLARITY is a bi-monthly eMagazine published in PDF format for maximum compatibility with a wide range of devices. There’s also a subscription offer giving 8 issues of the magazine. Issues 1-4 right now, with 5-8 as they publish.
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  • Auto Tone / White Sky

    Witterings
    1 Oct 2014 | 1:15 am
    I bought Lightroom mainly as a time saver as overall the Auto tune is quite good for colour adjustment and lightening shadowed areas BUT I find it really whites out the sky and virtually any blue disappears. I know I can then use the graduation tool but that's more time and I'd rather it didn't make an instance worse than it's starting point as opposed to better ...... does anybody know if there are any easy fixes for this as I would have thought 99% of the time everyone would want a bluer sky rather than a blue ish sky turned white and losing what colour it had. Any help much appreciated!
  • Second copy of Preferences folder-updating

    Rose Weir
    30 Sep 2014 | 7:44 pm
    Last month an issue evolved and deleting the active AppData Lightroom Preferences folder might be the solution. I made a copy of that folder and stored it on a separate hard drive. It turned out that I didn't delete the preference folder and that copy still resides in a renamed folder...BUT....it is updating daily AND retaining the previous day. The Current day copy is the same size as the file in the App Data/Adobe/Lightroom/Preferences. I don't know if this can be deleted or if I should move it into a storage subfolder folder in the App Data/...Lightroom/PreferencesXYZ then delete it later…
  • infrared help

    Twainman
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:45 pm
    Hello everyone, Well I'll tell you I am at my wits end. I'm just starting in infrared photography and have a computer problem I just can't solve.I use a nikon D3 with raw, lightroom 5, and the hoya r72 filter, and a intel mac.The issue is when I try to create a profile with the adobe DNG profile editor. Everything works fine until Itry to export the profile the export profile is greyed out.And I am converting the raws to dng. Anyone have a solution? thanks a lot, Twainman
  • OMG import less images for all of 2014?

    blinder5
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:28 pm
    i followed Laura shoe's instruction video on backing up lr 5.6 to exhdd and importing back to formatted C:. i installed win 7 64bit and installed 16gb of ram. now i'm about 3,000 photos short. i have a folder on exhd of 2014 photos. i don't have .lrcat file listed in pictures folder but i do have 10,495 photos showing in pictures folder and another 3,900 photos showing in photos for lightroom:in lr5.6. however my most recent work (all of 2014) do not show. they are on ex hdd but when i click i see lr icon. i've tried to copy and paste from exhdd to pictures on C: drive but they don't show up.
  • Mulitple Legacy Mac HDs: Wisdom on Merging or Importing multiple Lightroom3 catalogs?

    Toddio
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:30 pm
    Wondering if there is any prior discussion or links to same regarding the merging of the contents of several hard drives from older macs. I'm currently using Lightroom 5 on an intel macpro running mavericks. Objective is to merge or import catalogs from hard drives taken from several legacy G5 and G4 machines (running lightroom 3) and installed in an outboard housing. I'm not sure of respective merits of merging them all into one existing catalog or just keeping several separate catalogs. Please chime in. Specific questions: 1. Is there any reason the contents of a HD which was formerly the…
 
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  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Richard Bernabe!

    Brad Moore
    30 Sep 2014 | 9:01 pm
    It’s the DestinationAs a photographer, chances are you’ve thought about doing some traveling, if you haven’t traveled extensively already. The journey might start out as a simple weekend getaway after a few rough days at the office or as an expansive road trip through several states and time zones: car packed with a camera and a few favorites lenses, wind in your hair, sun on your face, nothing but freedom and the open road in front of you. Over time this could lead to dealing with travel agents, passports, guides, and epic expeditions to the other side of the world…
  • Joe McNally’s One-Man-Show

    Scott Kelby
    29 Sep 2014 | 9:01 pm
    One of the greatest photographers ever made is having his first solo gallery show, opening this week at the Monroe Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico and if you get a chance — you have to see it in person. Here are the details:Who: Joe McNally What: A solo exhibition Where: The Monroe Gallery: 112 Don Gaspar Ave, Santa Fe, NM (link) When: October 3rd thru November 23rd Why:  Because Joe is a photography students will study after we’re all gone.Here’s a link to the gallery’s site with all the details. Hope you get the chance to see it in person.I’m off to Orlando for my…
  • It’s “Update Your Portfolio” Monday

    Scott Kelby
    28 Sep 2014 | 9:01 pm
    OK, we’ve had “Backup Tuesday” and now it’s time for “Update Your Portfolio Monday” — a reminder that it’s time to shake the dust off that portfolio — see if you have newer, better shots that need to be added. Take a look at the sequence (order) of your images and see if they need changing, see if anything needs to come out, and just make sure everything’s up-to-date.So far, I’ve only had enough time to update my Sports Photography Portfolio (here’s the link). I actually added a new category for College Football, and updated my…
  • Trailblazers: A new series on Powerful Women of Photography

    Scott Kelby
    25 Sep 2014 | 10:08 pm
    This is something we’re really proud, and very excited about  — our own Mia McCormick had the vision and talent to create a brand new series all about inspiring female photographers — woman who are blazing new trails in our industry and changing the way females are preceived in our industry.Mia (an award-winning journalist and instructor herself), just did such a amazing job with this series, and the women you’ll meet, and the stories they tell, will just absolutely captivate you from start to finish. If you’re a KelbyOne subscriber, make sure you watch any interview…
  • It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

    Brad Moore
    24 Sep 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Corey Barker’s Photoshop Down & Dirty Master FX Seminar Tour Come spend the day with Corey Barker, the award-winning designer, illustrator and also best-selling author of the book “Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks, Volume 2” as he brings concepts, images and ideas from his book to life in this one-day live training seminar.Join him as he ventures to take your Photoshop skills to the next level and beyond by teaching you how to master the eye-popping techniques used by designers, artists, and photographers all over the world. You will never look at Photoshop the same way again!
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  • View Your Focus Points with This Free Lightroom Plugin

    Laura Shoe
    23 Sep 2014 | 9:18 am
    With this free Lightroom plugin from Chris Reimold, we can view our in-camera focus points in Lightroom 5!  According to Chris it works for all Nikon DSLR cameras and post-2002 Canon EOS DSLR cameras. It reads your camera focus metadata (focus points, distance, mode, etc), and displays the results in a separate window that opens. Click here to learn more about and download the Lightroom Show Focus Points plugin.  You’ll find that installation and using the plug-in are straightforward, and instructions are given on the site (as well as a full list of cameras supported, in the FAQ.) It…
  • Lightroom Myth Buster: When Resolution Matters and When It Doesn’t

    Laura Shoe
    8 Sep 2014 | 11:31 am
    As I monitor forums and the Lightroom Help Group on Facebook, I see so much confusion about resolution and how to set it in Lightroom, that I thought it was time for a post on it. Our photos are made up of pixels – squares of solid color that our camera sensor captures. For example, a photo from a 24 megapixel (MP) camera has 24 million pixels — 6,000 wide x 4,000 high:   When we export, we specify how large our copies should be made – reduced for online sharing, possibly increased for large prints, or left at the same size as our master photos. Lightroom is very…
  • “How Do I Save My Lightroom Work?”

    Laura Shoe
    7 Aug 2014 | 12:30 pm
    For those new to Lightroom, naturally you want to understand how to save your work. You’ll notice that the File menu in the menu bar suspiciously does not have “File Save” and “File Save As …” options. The short answer is that as you work in Lightroom – adding keywords, stars, flags and other metadata; developing your photos; creating collections and more, your work is being saved automatically, so there is no need to do a “save” before you wrap up your session. More on Saving and the Lightroom Catalog It’s worth understanding this…
  • Adobe Releases Lightroom 5.6

    Laura Shoe
    30 Jul 2014 | 10:35 pm
    Adobe has announced that Lightroom 5.6 is now available. This is a free update to Lightroom 5, with new camera support, new lens profiles, and bug fixes. If Lightroom doesn’t prompt you to update when you open it, go to Help > Check for Updates (or download the update directly from the links provided at the end of this article). Once the file downloads, double-click on it to run the installation wizard. Creative Cloud subscribers can also update through the CC desktop app. Note that it is always a good idea to back up your Lightroom catalog before updating. To do this, go to Edit…
  • Never Lose Access to Lightroom!

    Laura Shoe
    11 Jul 2014 | 2:02 pm
    Adobe’s Creative Cloud Photography Program subscription for $9.99/month is a great deal in my opinion, based on what you get: Always up-to-date versions of Lightroom and Photoshop (no need to pay more to upgrade to Lightroom’s next major upgrade when it comes out!) Syncing to Lightroom mobile for the iPad and iPhone (and Android sometime this year) 2 GB of cloud storage A Behance.net pro account However, potential subscribers and users of Lightroom have had a major concern – if you stopped paying, you could lose access not only to Lightroom, but also to your Lightroom…
 
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  • Thanks Michigan! Next Stop – Adobe Max and Colorado Springs

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:50 am
    Hey there! I just got back from teaching my Lightroom seminar in Livonia, Michigan yesterday, and had an awesome crowd of about 300 photographers. A big thanks if you came out to the seminar, and it was great to meet so many of you and get such a warm welcome. Next month (well, next week actually) I’m off to teach some more Lightroom at Adobe Max in LA. I’ve got two classes there and you can find out more about them right here. Later in the month I’ll be in Colorado Springs on October 22nd and then on to Philadelphia in November and San Antonio in December. So if…
  • PLUG-IN: Show Focus Point Lightroom Plug-In

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    16 Sep 2014 | 11:01 pm
    A while back I wrote a post on some features I’d love to see, but I really didn’t think would make it in to Lightroom. Well, one of those features was the ability to show me my focus points. At times, I’ll shoot the same photo but focus in different areas. As a landscape photographer, sometimes I’ll merge a few photos together (focus stacking) to get an ultra sharp photo. Other times, I just use one photo, but knowing where I focussed can help me in the future. Well, a few blog readers pointed out a plug-in that I hadn’t seen before. It’s called Show Focus…
  • Win A Free Ticket to One Of My Fall 2014 Lightroom Seminars

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    11 Sep 2014 | 6:53 am
    Edit: The Free Tickets have been given away. Here’s the winners: Matthew Jackson – San Antonio Jennifer – Colorado Springs Trisha – Livonia Brendan Reilly – Philadelphia Okay, my fall 2014 schedule is locked in for my Lightroom seminar tour and I figured I’d announce the dates and give away a free ticket to each city. If you’ve never attended the seminar before, it’s basically a 1-day Lightroom crash course. Here’s a quote from one of the attendees from last year: “Matt is absolutely the best instructor in the world, and his…
  • TIP: A Fun, Mean, and Totally Useless Lightroom Hack

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    8 Sep 2014 | 11:01 pm
    (Photo courtesy of Fotolia.com) The other week Scott turned me on to a post by Mark Stagi over at Digitalphotobuzz.com. It was called Hacking the Lightroom 5 Splash Screen. It’s actually very cool and I never knew you could do that before. However, before you go visit the site, just understand that it has no educational value whatsoever. But as photographers, I think it’s kinda cool. We love to display our photos, and this is a cool way to do it when Lightroom starts up. Basically, the article goes over how to take the default Lightroom startup screen (seen below) and replace it…
  • VIDEO: Smart Collection Tip on Automatically Sorting Your Photos

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    28 Aug 2014 | 7:35 am
    Yesterday, I wrote a post about 3 features that I’d love to see in Lightroom (but probably won’t). They’re 3 features that I think I’d use, but I’m not so sure the masses would and it would be worth the development effort on Adobe’s time. Well, as I wrote the post, I realized a way that I could sort of do one of the features I was looking for. See, I often import some photos in to Lightroom and just start editing. I know I’m supposed to go through and flag/rate them right away, but sometimes I don’t have the time or I just really want to see one…
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    Syv Ritch
    21 Sep 2014 | 4:51 pm
  • Raw Files

    Syv Ritch
    24 Jun 2014 | 6:19 pm
    Many people argue about raw files vs jpegs. Which one is better and how can you be a real photographer if you use jpegs instead of raw. I'm in the raw camp but... What is a raw file? When I ask the question, either I get a blank stare or somebody that spurts out something along the line of "the data from the sensor without any processing". Wrong! So I had to spend the "real big bucks" and get the debunking team on board to look into what's a raw file. Raw files are highly structured files. This means that there is a format and almost everybody follows the same format except for the Canon,…
  • Canon 7D vs. Canon 70D, My Experience

    Syv Ritch
    23 Jan 2014 | 10:56 am
    The Canon 7D was released onto the world in the fall of 2009. Literally for 2½ year, it didn't have any competition. It took almost 3 years for Nikon to come up with something in almost the same league. What a fantastic camera! 18Mpx, a very complicated but flexible focusing system and a buffer of 15 images increased to 23 images with version 2 of the firmware (I never got the official 25 images) and 8 frames per second. With its 2 CPUs, the 7D felt lightning fast. Fall 2013, Canon releases the 70D, with 20Mpx, 7 frames per second, and what looks like a subset of the 7D's AF system. Similar…
  • Canon: Generic Batteries

    Syv Ritch
    26 Jul 2013 | 9:26 am
    For everyone of my cameras, I have 2 batteries. One in current use and the other one fully charged. The Canon LP-E6 for the 7D, the 5DMkII… is the first battery, for me, that allowed me to make more than 1,000 photos per charge. Actually at the beginning, I was getting around 2,500 photos per charge! That's two 32Gb CF cards. I always buy the spare batteries at the same time as I buy the cameras. Now my batteries, on the 7D, only register 1 bar and I get slightly under 1,000 photos per charge. So it's time to get new batteries. In my neck of the woods, the Wet Coast of the Great White…
  • Lightroom 5: The Upgrading Saga

    Syv Ritch
    12 Jun 2013 | 7:06 pm
    Finally the new Lightroom 5 is out. I waited a couple of days before getting it. I wanted to hear from other people, the more adventurous ones (aka the people that like to live on the bleeding edge of technology) if there was any major, major bug that would be a show stopper. I downloaded my copy of Lightroom 5, took my almost empty wallet out and send my share of profits to Adobe for 2 serial numbers. The license allows for 2 computers, one desktop, one laptop but only for one person. I needed 2 people, so 2 serial numbers. I installed Lightroom 5, then started the program. I needed to…
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  • Lightroom Mobile reaches 200,000 users

    jerry
    14 Sep 2014 | 6:56 pm
    The LightroomWorkshops.com interactive web-based “Hands-On” training sessions are hosted by Photographer and Lightroom expert Jerry Courvoisier COLOGNE, Germany http://www.cnet.com/news/with-200000-users-lightroom-mobile-finds-a-foothold/ According to CNET ‘s Stephen Shankland Lightroom Mobile reaches 200,000 users People have put 100 million images into catalogs for the mobile version of Adobe’s photo-editing software. It only works on iOS devices now, but Android support should arrive this year. Easy to use interactive web-based training from your own computer
  • iPhone Photography- Shooting, Editing and Stylizing with Dan Burkholder

    jerry
    18 May 2014 | 12:23 am
    The LightroomWorkshops.com interactive web-based “Hands-On” training sessions are hosted by Photographer and Lightroom expert Jerry Courvoisier Recently I asked my good friend Dan Burkholder to identify what he is using in the realm  of  iPhone photography apps these days . Let me share with my lightroom friends his response  All the product links are hot so you can check out each descriptions.  enjoy , Hey Jerry, I like to divide it into Shooting, Editing and Stylizing categories. Each shooter will have a bit of each in his/her workflow. Shooting: The iPhone’s Camera App is good…
  • Free up some needed space on your Smart Phone after downloading to Lightroom

    jerry
    1 May 2014 | 6:50 am
    The LightroomWorkshops.com interactive web-based “Hands-On” training sessions are hosted by Photographer and Lightroom expert Jerry Courvoisier After Downloading your smart phone photos and video with Lightroom, it’s time to free up some needed space on your smart Phone How to delete the photos and videos off your phone After you have gone through the process of importing in Lightroom (copying your photos from your smart phone) Check First …. To be secure in knowing that your photos have been copied to your destination hard drive folder of choice. To check the location of any photo…
  • Camera RAW file workflow in Lightroom

    jerry
    13 Mar 2014 | 7:52 pm
    The LightroomWorkshops.com interactive web-based “Hands-On” training sessions are hosted by Photographer and Lightroom expert Jerry Courvoisier What are the options for your proprietary Camera RAW file workflow if you don’t use the DNG file format with Lightroom? What up! When you’re working with Camera RAW files in Lightroom, any changes you make to an image are documented in the .LRCAT database file. Or with the flip of a Catalog Settings switch, you can choose to store this info in a companion sidecar (.XMP) file for RAW image files.   If you want to  “turn on the switch”…
  • Lightroom Workshops Schedule March / April

    jerry
    5 Mar 2014 | 4:21 pm
    The LightroomWorkshops.com interactive web-based “Hands-On” training sessions are hosted by Photographer and Lightroom expert Jerry Courvoisier Getting your Lightroom questions answered ! Lightroom Workshops  makes sure that each workshop is a focused “Hands On” step by step experiential, personalized, interactive approach to learning using real world examples.  Join us for  a START to FINISH PHOTOGRAPHY WORKFLOW
 Limited Enrollment Workshop. Lightroom is the essential software of choice for photographers, these unique “Hands on” weekend workshops focus on learning to…
 
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  • Think Tank Photo new Mirrorless camera bag

    Nat Coalson
    11 Sep 2014 | 1:19 am
    Our friends at Think Tank Photo just announced they have released a new color, Heather Grey, in its popular Mirrorless Mover collection of bags for mirrorless systems. Four sizes of bags offer a wide choice; from the smallest case, the Mirrorless Mover 5, designed for one mirrorless camera, on up to the largest, the Mirrorless Mover 30i, which will accommodate a camera, lenses, accessories and an iPad®. And don’t forget that by clicking on my link, every time you order $50 or more of Think Tank gear you will receive free gear with your orders. Enjoy!
  • Designer Spotlight: Yohandel Ruiz, RTKL Associates

    Nat Coalson
    5 Sep 2014 | 4:34 am
    Yohandel Ruiz, Senior Associate, RTKL Continuing my series of features about prominent interior designers working in hospitality, this installment I’m thrilled to present my interview with Yohandel Ruiz. He’s a Senior Associate interior designer (LEED AP) with RTKL who has been described as “an energetic and highly creative member of RTKL’s Miami team”. Yohandel has a background in interior architecture and FF&E with expertise in hospitality, residential and cruise ship projects. He has designed solutions for all facets of commercial and residential interiors, from complete…
  • New Abstract Photograph: Untitled

    Nat Coalson
    29 Aug 2014 | 5:25 am
    Abstract photograph made in Paris, France. Vertical format features a thin vertical line in orange hues over a textured field of deep browns and blacks. Fine reproductions available in any size and on any material. Also available as mixed media Original on canvas, hand embellished with acrylic. Click the image or click here for a larger preview.
  • New Abstract Photograph: Eye of the Beholder

    Nat Coalson
    29 Aug 2014 | 5:21 am
    Abstract photograph made in Bristol, England features soft streaks of blurred purple, teal and gold hues over a circular form with subtle texture. Available as fine art prints on any material including mixed media Original on canvas, hand embellished with acrylic. Click the image or click here for a larger preview.
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    Nat Coalson
    29 Aug 2014 | 5:13 am
    The rising sun illuminates the crests of sandstone canyons and spires in Canyonlands National Park, Utah. Fine art prints available. Click the image or click here for a larger preview.
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  • Lightroom Mobile reaches 200,000 users

    jerry
    14 Sep 2014 | 6:56 pm
    The LightroomWorkshops.com interactive web-based “Hands-On” training sessions are hosted by Photographer and Lightroom expert Jerry Courvoisier COLOGNE, Germany http://www.cnet.com/news/with-200000-users-lightroom-mobile-finds-a-foothold/ According to CNET ‘s Stephen Shankland Lightroom Mobile reaches 200,000 users People have put 100 million images into catalogs for the mobile version of Adobe’s photo-editing software. It only works on iOS devices now, but Android support should arrive this year. Easy to use interactive web-based training from your own computer
  • iPhone Photography- Shooting, Editing and Stylizing with Dan Burkholder

    jerry
    18 May 2014 | 12:23 am
    The LightroomWorkshops.com interactive web-based “Hands-On” training sessions are hosted by Photographer and Lightroom expert Jerry Courvoisier Recently I asked my good friend Dan Burkholder to identify what he is using in the realm  of  iPhone photography apps these days . Let me share with my lightroom friends his response  All the product links are hot so you can check out each descriptions.  enjoy , Hey Jerry, I like to divide it into Shooting, Editing and Stylizing categories. Each shooter will have a bit of each in his/her workflow. Shooting: The iPhone’s Camera App is good…
  • Free up some needed space on your Smart Phone after downloading to Lightroom

    jerry
    1 May 2014 | 6:50 am
    The LightroomWorkshops.com interactive web-based “Hands-On” training sessions are hosted by Photographer and Lightroom expert Jerry Courvoisier After Downloading your smart phone photos and video with Lightroom, it’s time to free up some needed space on your smart Phone How to delete the photos and videos off your phone After you have gone through the process of importing in Lightroom (copying your photos from your smart phone) Check First …. To be secure in knowing that your photos have been copied to your destination hard drive folder of choice. To check the location of any photo…
  • Camera RAW file workflow in Lightroom

    jerry
    13 Mar 2014 | 7:52 pm
    The LightroomWorkshops.com interactive web-based “Hands-On” training sessions are hosted by Photographer and Lightroom expert Jerry Courvoisier What are the options for your proprietary Camera RAW file workflow if you don’t use the DNG file format with Lightroom? What up! When you’re working with Camera RAW files in Lightroom, any changes you make to an image are documented in the .LRCAT database file. Or with the flip of a Catalog Settings switch, you can choose to store this info in a companion sidecar (.XMP) file for RAW image files.   If you want to  “turn on the switch”…
  • Lightroom Workshops Schedule March / April

    jerry
    5 Mar 2014 | 4:21 pm
    The LightroomWorkshops.com interactive web-based “Hands-On” training sessions are hosted by Photographer and Lightroom expert Jerry Courvoisier Getting your Lightroom questions answered ! Lightroom Workshops  makes sure that each workshop is a focused “Hands On” step by step experiential, personalized, interactive approach to learning using real world examples.  Join us for  a START to FINISH PHOTOGRAPHY WORKFLOW
 Limited Enrollment Workshop. Lightroom is the essential software of choice for photographers, these unique “Hands on” weekend workshops focus on learning to…
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