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  • Lightroom CC/6 Myths & Confusion

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    Victoria Bampton
    1 May 2015 | 6:41 am
    Last week, Lightroom CC/6 got off to a slightly bumpy start, with some installation failures and hidden purchase buttons, but the dust is settling. Adobe have just released a minor dot update (6.0.1) to address the two biggest problems – the Help menu command and shortcut went to a page that didn’t exist (now fixed) and some people were crashing on launch. Oooops! Choose Help menu > Updates within Lightroom, or click Update from the Creative Cloud desktop application. (If you’re an early downloader, you may need to restart the CC Desktop application for update to…
  • Complete List of the Best Looking Lightroom Film Presets

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    danyalzia
    11 May 2015 | 1:25 pm
    Looking for 50 Best Lightroom Film Presets For Adobe Lightroom? We did the task for you! (This guide is in the series of Lightroom presets. Make sure to read the previous guides to get the “big picture”) Lightroom is a very powerful feature because of its extensive features of automating the tasks. One of its features is presets which speeds up the workflow as you can apply many changes within just a click! Presets allow you to easily save the configuration of the adjustment sliders in the develop module. Once your preset is saved, then you can apply it to many photos at a time,…
  • My Favorites From Your Ideas For New Stuff To Add/Fix Next in Lightroom

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    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    29 May 2015 | 1:16 am
    You all totally rocked it! I read every single idea you submitted, and I gotta tell, there’s some absolute GOLD in there (and man would I be thrilled if Adobe implemented your ideas!!). Here are my favorites from the ideas you all posted here as comments: What I’d like to see in Lightroom is “content aware” fill to go along with photo merge for panoramas. —Keith Z Two small easy (?) tweaks – I would like to be able to highlight folders or collections with a colored label – just to make one stand out to get to it quicker. But the big one is a ‘Cancel’ button when I…
  • Lightroom CC/6 keyboard shortcuts now available for download

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    Victoria Bampton
    7 May 2015 | 11:07 am
    I’ve just finished updating all of my Lightroom keyboard shortcuts lists for LR CC/6.  I know many of you have been waiting for them!  Here are the links: Lightroom CC/6 – Windows & Mac (html web page) Lightroom CC/6 – Windows & Mac (pdf) Lightroom CC/6 – Windows only (pdf) Lightroom CC/6 – Mac only (pdf)   I’m still plowing on with the LRCC/6 book. I had hoped to release it this week, but I’ve had thousands (literally!) of emails since the LRCC/6 launch two weeks ago, and they’ve taken over my life. I’m going offline for the…
  • Playing around in Lightroom

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    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    19 May 2015 | 10:01 pm
    One of the best ways to learn about something is to play around with it. Lightroom CC has added some new features including merge to panorama. Now we will probably all try out how it works the regular way, but I like to ask the “what if” questions and see what kind of trouble I can get into. This is often where I can find out how far I can push a feature or get unexpected results that lead me in new directions of inspiration. So I have three pictures that were taken in the same place as folks walked by and I wanted to see how Lightroom would handle them if I tried to merge them as…
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  • My Favorites From Your Ideas For New Stuff To Add/Fix Next in Lightroom

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    29 May 2015 | 1:16 am
    You all totally rocked it! I read every single idea you submitted, and I gotta tell, there’s some absolute GOLD in there (and man would I be thrilled if Adobe implemented your ideas!!). Here are my favorites from the ideas you all posted here as comments: What I’d like to see in Lightroom is “content aware” fill to go along with photo merge for panoramas. —Keith Z Two small easy (?) tweaks – I would like to be able to highlight folders or collections with a colored label – just to make one stand out to get to it quicker. But the big one is a ‘Cancel’ button when I…
  • What I’d Love To See Next in Lightroom…Part 7

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    26 May 2015 | 1:16 am
    I was going to do 10 of these, but I realized I could do a whole bunch more, so I’m just going to cut my series off here at Part 7. Then on Friday, I’ll compile and list my favorites from your suggestions (and it’s going to be hard to narrow those down, because you guys have come up with some great ideas!). OK, on to the last in my series: #7: We need a better way to import graphics If you can think of a program that makes it clunkier to work with an imported graphic, I’d like to know what it is, because importing a graphic using The Identity Plate Editor, where you…
  • A Day To Honor Our Nation’s Fallen Soldiers

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    25 May 2015 | 6:09 am
    Today is Memorial Day in the United States, and our offices are closed as we honor and remember those who gave their lives in service to our country. Just a humble word of thanks to the dedicated men and women of our armed services and to all those who came before them who laid down their lives to protect the freedoms we enjoy each day. Here’s wishing you all a safe, happy and healthy Memorial Day. All my best, -Scott The post A Day To Honor Our Nation’s Fallen Soldiers appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.
  • What I’d Love To See Next in Lightroom…Part 6

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    22 May 2015 | 1:16 am
    Happy Friday, everybody. OK, this one is a simple fix, but I think it would speed a lot of folks workflow who use the Lens Connection panel (I use it almost daily, and numerous times a day — for me, this is one super-important panel). Here we go for #6 on my list: #6: Simplify the Lens Correction Panel Don’t take stuff away. Don’t hide it. Just don’t make us toggle back and forth between FOUR different tabs within one panel. With that many tabs it’s like its own mini-program within a program. There’s no reason these can’t be simplified into just two…
  • Playing around in Lightroom

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    19 May 2015 | 10:01 pm
    One of the best ways to learn about something is to play around with it. Lightroom CC has added some new features including merge to panorama. Now we will probably all try out how it works the regular way, but I like to ask the “what if” questions and see what kind of trouble I can get into. This is often where I can find out how far I can push a feature or get unexpected results that lead me in new directions of inspiration. So I have three pictures that were taken in the same place as folks walked by and I wanted to see how Lightroom would handle them if I tried to merge them as…
 
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  • 5 Dumb Things You’ll Stop Saying To Your Customers

    Brandon Oelling
    28 May 2015 | 2:32 pm
    We all make mistakes. Some of them, we can’t avoid, and that’s to be expected. Nobody is perfect. Then there are the mistakes that are avoidable, which set us back 10 steps, and if we’re lucky, give us an opportunity to recover gracefully. Odd as it may seem, some of the best mistakes are those made by others – especially if you can learn from those mistakes and prevent making them yourself. Treat every customer like it’s your first, and every lead like it will be gone tomorrow. Here are 5 dumb things you’ll stop saying to your customers, and in turn avoid making the same…
  • Get Organized! The One App that REALLY Works

    Brandon Oelling
    19 May 2015 | 10:38 am
    An often overlooked (yet essential) part of a photographer’s life is organization and management. Let’s say you’re browsing the web one night and see a photo posted somewhere that gives you ideas for an upcoming shoot. Or you’re shooting a photo assignment for a magazine and the editor has provided you with a shot list. What about when you’re planning places to photograph on your next vacation? Or collaborating with other people on some kind of photo project? Is there a simple way to manage of all these? One that is available wherever you are both online and off?
  • Creativity at 39,000 Feet

    Brandon Oelling
    11 May 2015 | 12:22 pm
    How do you edit your images when you are jetting across the sky at 39,000 feet and your photos are back in the office on a motionless external drive? If you are using Lightroom, you can thank Adobe for their Smart Previews feature as a solution to the ‘always connected’ problem. In this post we’ll take a look at how to set up Smart Previews and how you can benefit from this unique feature. Smart Previews sets us free to work on our images on the road or between computers. Being The Smartest Guy In The Preview Lightroom is just a catalog of all your images and much like a real-world…
  • Stitching Everything Together With Lightroom CC’s Photo Merge

    Brandon Oelling
    27 Apr 2015 | 7:32 pm
    With the just-released Adobe Lightroom 6 or Lightroom CC now available it’s time to take a look at some of the new features. Before that however, just a quick note on the name of the software. If you are a subscriber to Adobe’s Creative Cloud, your application is called Lightroom CC. If you choose to buy or upgrade as a standalone, then it’s Lightroom 6. The actual software is exactly the same in either case. Although I am a Creative Cloud subscriber, throughout this post I’ll refer to it as Lightroom 6 for sake of continuity with previous naming conventions used in…
  • Get In, Nail the Shot, Get Out

    Brandon Oelling
    13 Apr 2015 | 4:21 pm
    I recently shot a series of images for a local community college’s annual report. One of the more interesting—and fun—images to shoot was a dramatic portrait of a member of the women’s basketball team. The goal was to produce a portrait that displayed determination, empowerment and strength: all attributes of the athletics program, this particular athlete, and the college overall. As I planned for the shoot, I wanted strong lighting to create drama. Since the athlete was a woman, I didn’t want the lighting to be too harsh. My first inclination was to use a beauty dish as my main…
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  • The Indispensable Guide to Lightroom CC/6 Kindle editions now available.

    seanmcfoto
    28 May 2015 | 11:46 am
    Hey folks, Rocky Nook have just been in touch to let me know that the ebook version of my book is live! Better yet, there’s a huge introduction offer! Get ‘The Indispensable Guide to Lightroom CC’ for only $20 with the code LIGHTROOMCC when purchasing directly from Rocky Nook! The Kindle version of the book is also available from Amazon US, and Amazon UK. Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.
  • Creating False Color Infrared in Lightroom

    seanmcfoto
    26 May 2015 | 3:46 pm
    Using False Color is a popular way to change the look of files shot with infra red converted cameras, or with IR filters. Normally this has to be done with Photoshop, but thanks to the help of Jarno from Capture Monkey, it’s now possible to do it in Lightroom. Creating an IR Profile. http://lightroom-blog.com/2009/05/21/creating-an-ir-camera-profile/ Red Blue Swap Profiles. http://www.capturemonkey.com/redblueswap-lightroom-profiles Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.
  • Resetting Preferences in Lightroom CC/6

    seanmcfoto
    22 May 2015 | 8:02 pm
    One great addition to Lightroom CC/6 is how the resetting of Preferences is handled. Back in the back old days of Lightroom 5 and previous versions, you had to manually delete the preferences, which included the name of the current catalog, so if you didn’t restart from your last catalog by double-clicking on it, Lightroom would create a new one. Joy! No, not really. Lightroom CC/6 now has a dialog for this- and the Preferences have been split in two. There’s now a smaller Startup Preferences file that lives inside your Lightroom Presets folder. It’s in the Preferences…
  • Turning off Lightroom’s GPU preferences even when crashing on startup.

    seanmcfoto
    18 May 2015 | 6:52 pm
    By default Lightroom will have the GPU on, unless it encounters an error with the GPU. The GPU really needs to be good, or Lightroom will actually be slower to use. Sometimes you can have crashes on startup, even with the 6.01 update so here’s a way to turn off the GPU without opening Lightroom. Restart your machine. This is essential (especially on Mac), so that the preferences are not stored in memory when we edit them-or they will just be overwritten. When I was working on this, I hadn’t, and everytime Lightroom reopened it would revert the settings back to before I’d…
  • Craft and Vision sale! 50% off today!

    seanmcfoto
    13 May 2015 | 11:47 am
    Craft and Vision are having a 50% off sale for their Birthday! That means my ebook is half price. Also Photograph magazine issues 1-4 are FREE! Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.
 
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  • Installation failed...

    StuMac
    30 May 2015 | 6:31 am
    Finally decided to take the plunge and get CC. Really starting to wish I hadn't. Windows 7 machine, pretty new LR5.7 was running fine. In fact I've never had any problems with any version. Now get Installation Failed. Clicking for more Info getr message below. This is actually for PS...similar message for LR. The LR icon has appeared and it does appear to work...... no PS icon at all. Any ideas. This is really not want I was planning spending my Sat PM doing!!! Exit Code: 6 Please see specific errors below for troubleshooting. For example, ERROR: -------------------------------------- Summary…
  • Creative Cloud crashes on launch (Mac Yosemite)

    datz
    30 May 2015 | 6:23 am
    I've searched on the web and tried various fixes. Sign out of CC - It crashes on launch Sign out of Lightroom sync and sign back in - CC still crashes Make sure R/W preferences are correct on the folder Library>Preferences>Adobe - CC still crashes Download and re-install CC - CC still crashes. Anyone have anything else to try?? Thanks David (Macbook Pro Retina 10.10.3)
  • Not all photos in collection syncing to LR mobile

    sallynewcomb
    30 May 2015 | 1:20 am
    I have 211 photos in a collection, but only 208 of them have synced. Also, I altered one photo in the collection to creamtone, and although it says 'syncing one photo' in the top right corner, it doesn't appear in the LR mobile sync/web gallery. I've refreshed the page and tried a different browser. A friend is having the same trouble, ie not all photos appearing in the LR mobile sync/web gallery. Any ideas?
  • Help! I upgraded to LR6 and having major problems!

    travelswithtucker
    29 May 2015 | 9:04 am
    So I have been a happy user of LR5 for a little over a year. Last month I upgraded my camera to the new Nikon D5500 (love it) but found out that LR5.7 does not support the raw files from that camera (even though the camera came out before LR6 did). So I somewhat reluctantly upgraded to the subscription model, figuring I will be in LR for the rest of my life) and installed LR6. The first problem is how slow LR6 is. It is waaaaay slower than LR5 to do anything. Just tabbing over from one shot to the next takes seconds now. There is a lag every time I move a slider or try to change to crop mode…
  • Desktop shortcut for Lr6- slow response

    Rose Weir
    29 May 2015 | 8:59 am
    Normally clicking on a desktop shortcut has a software start loading immediately. The cc Lr6.1 (created by the install) has such a time delay that one would think it was not clicked appropriately. The target path is correct and the start in folder is correct. Permissions are all the same in Administrator, user and System. Is there some type of checking going on since it is a cc version? Rose
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  • Lightroom CC/6 keyboard shortcuts now available for download

    Victoria Bampton
    7 May 2015 | 11:07 am
    I’ve just finished updating all of my Lightroom keyboard shortcuts lists for LR CC/6.  I know many of you have been waiting for them!  Here are the links: Lightroom CC/6 – Windows & Mac (html web page) Lightroom CC/6 – Windows & Mac (pdf) Lightroom CC/6 – Windows only (pdf) Lightroom CC/6 – Mac only (pdf)   I’m still plowing on with the LRCC/6 book. I had hoped to release it this week, but I’ve had thousands (literally!) of emails since the LRCC/6 launch two weeks ago, and they’ve taken over my life. I’m going offline for the…
  • Lightroom CC/6 Myths & Confusion

    Victoria Bampton
    1 May 2015 | 6:41 am
    Last week, Lightroom CC/6 got off to a slightly bumpy start, with some installation failures and hidden purchase buttons, but the dust is settling. Adobe have just released a minor dot update (6.0.1) to address the two biggest problems – the Help menu command and shortcut went to a page that didn’t exist (now fixed) and some people were crashing on launch. Oooops! Choose Help menu > Updates within Lightroom, or click Update from the Creative Cloud desktop application. (If you’re an early downloader, you may need to restart the CC Desktop application for update to…
  • What’s New in Lightroom CC / 6.0?

    Victoria Bampton
    21 Apr 2015 | 9:01 am
    After many weeks of rumblings and rumors, Lightroom CC/6 is finally here! Here’s the download link for the trial. If you’re a subscriber already, you can just download from the Creative Cloud app (update – it’s being a bit slow at the moment!). The Lightroom team have been busy, so it’s a long list. If you don’t have time to read it all right now, the highlights are marked in red.   Lightroom CC/6 Branding The branding has changed – it’s now Lightroom CC for subscribers and Lightroom 6 for perpetual licenses. Perpetual licenses ARE still…
  • The Turning Gate’s Client Response Gallery

    Victoria Bampton
    10 Mar 2015 | 6:00 am
    You may have looked at Lightroom’s Web module and decided the galleries are… well… a little boring.  Taken straight out of the box, that might be a fair comment, but there are some fantastic third-party galleries that stretch the limits well beyond its intended purpose. I’ve long been a fan of Matt Campagna’s work at The Turning Gate, as you may remember from our interview, so I was excited to hear that he and his co-developer, Ben Williams, have just released their latest web gallery – the CE4 Client Response Gallery. TTG’s galleries are not…
  • Lightroom mobile now on Android phones

    Victoria Bampton
    16 Jan 2015 | 11:19 am
    Finally, yesterday, Adobe announced the release of Lightroom mobile for Android phones! Before you get too excited, it isn’t available for Android tablets… yet. But hey, phones is a great start! Minimum Requirements Device type: mobile phone (It won’t install on tablets yet, but that’s expected in a future update.) Processor:  Quad Core CPU with 1.7 GHZ ARMv7 architecture RAM:  1 GB Internal Storage: 8 GB (it only uses internal storage, not SD cards) OS: Android Jellybean, KitKat, or Lollipop Like Lightroom mobile on the iPad & iPhone, it allows you to sync…
 
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  • Some Images (and behind-the-scenes shots) from my Fashion Shoot at the Howey Mansion

    Scott Kelby
    29 May 2015 | 12:16 am
    One of the great things about always working on another book or another online class is — you get to shoot a lot for these projects, and I just wrapped up a location fashion shoot a few weeks ago at an incredible location — the Howey Mansion in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida (about 2-hours from the KelbyOne Headquarters). I learned about the location from RC, and our friend Kathy Porupski had a contact there and so we put an all-day shoot together with a very ambitious schedule. First, some of the final images:   Planning Stages Once we got close to locking down the location, I asked my…
  • It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

    Brad Moore
    27 May 2015 | 10:34 pm
    Photographing Your Sense of Humor with Joe McNally Do you file away fun photo shoot ideas in your head? Join Joe McNally on location at Weeki Wachee Springs where he gets to finally realize a fantastic photo shoot idea he’s had in mind for a long time. In true Joe McNally fashion he pulls out all the stops to ensure he has the lighting, the crew, and the location to pull off his vision. From preparations the day before to the early morning arrival time, and through the end of the shoot, Joe talks through his concept, the setup, and all of the problems that need to be solved to pull off the…
  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Kaylee Greer of Dog Breath Photography!

    Brad Moore
    26 May 2015 | 9:01 pm
    Photo by Sam Haddix Hi! I’m Kaylee. And I’m going to tell you something that will knock your socks right off. Ready? I love dogs. And oh my gosh, I wish I could say this in a sort of casual, non-chalant, “Yeah I think dogs are pretty cool, no big deal,” sort of way. But you guys… I mean it. I mean like, in a totally and completely bonafide ‘crazy dog lady’ kind of way. So, it’s kind of embarrassing when I walk down the street and audibly and uncontrollably squeal with delight over every little wiggling, passing pup I see. My friends actually try and deter…
  • It’s “Reprocess Your Old Images” Tuesday

    Scott Kelby
    26 May 2015 | 12:16 am
    Hope you had a really relaxing Memorial Day weekend. I had a lot of fun going back and doing something this weekend I’ve wanted to do for a while, and that is to go back to some of my original files, and reprocess them from scratch to make new versions that: (a) Reflect what I like today, as my tastes on post-processing have changed (b) Let me use the latest tools and plug-ins (c) Let me experiment more than I had the time to do, probably because I was on a tight deadline …and I’m delighted with the results. Above: Here’s the one I did back in 2012 — note the HDR…
  • A Day To Honor Our Nation’s Fallen Soldiers

    Scott Kelby
    25 May 2015 | 12:16 am
    Today is Memorial Day in the United States, and our offices are closed as we honor and remember those who gave their lives in service to our country. This post is dedicated each year to the memory of David Leimbach, (shown above; the brother of our friend and colleague Jeff Leimbach), who died seven years ago in combat in Afghanistan. Just a humble word of thanks to the dedicated men and women of our armed services and to all those who came before them who laid down their lives to protect the freedoms we enjoy each day. Here’s wishing you all a safe, happy and healthy Memorial Day.
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  • My Favorites From Your Ideas For New Stuff To Add/Fix Next in Lightroom

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    29 May 2015 | 1:16 am
    You all totally rocked it! I read every single idea you submitted, and I gotta tell, there’s some absolute GOLD in there (and man would I be thrilled if Adobe implemented your ideas!!). Here are my favorites from the ideas you all posted here as comments: What I’d like to see in Lightroom is “content aware” fill to go along with photo merge for panoramas. —Keith Z Two small easy (?) tweaks – I would like to be able to highlight folders or collections with a colored label – just to make one stand out to get to it quicker. But the big one is a ‘Cancel’ button when I…
  • What I’d Love To See Next in Lightroom…Part 7

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    26 May 2015 | 1:16 am
    I was going to do 10 of these, but I realized I could do a whole bunch more, so I’m just going to cut my series off here at Part 7. Then on Friday, I’ll compile and list my favorites from your suggestions (and it’s going to be hard to narrow those down, because you guys have come up with some great ideas!). OK, on to the last in my series: #7: We need a better way to import graphics If you can think of a program that makes it clunkier to work with an imported graphic, I’d like to know what it is, because importing a graphic using The Identity Plate Editor, where you…
  • A Day To Honor Our Nation’s Fallen Soldiers

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    25 May 2015 | 6:09 am
    Today is Memorial Day in the United States, and our offices are closed as we honor and remember those who gave their lives in service to our country. Just a humble word of thanks to the dedicated men and women of our armed services and to all those who came before them who laid down their lives to protect the freedoms we enjoy each day. Here’s wishing you all a safe, happy and healthy Memorial Day. All my best, -Scott The post A Day To Honor Our Nation’s Fallen Soldiers appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.
  • What I’d Love To See Next in Lightroom…Part 6

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    22 May 2015 | 1:16 am
    Happy Friday, everybody. OK, this one is a simple fix, but I think it would speed a lot of folks workflow who use the Lens Connection panel (I use it almost daily, and numerous times a day — for me, this is one super-important panel). Here we go for #6 on my list: #6: Simplify the Lens Correction Panel Don’t take stuff away. Don’t hide it. Just don’t make us toggle back and forth between FOUR different tabs within one panel. With that many tabs it’s like its own mini-program within a program. There’s no reason these can’t be simplified into just two…
  • Playing around in Lightroom

    jgilbert@photoshopuser.com (Matt Kloskowski)
    19 May 2015 | 10:01 pm
    One of the best ways to learn about something is to play around with it. Lightroom CC has added some new features including merge to panorama. Now we will probably all try out how it works the regular way, but I like to ask the “what if” questions and see what kind of trouble I can get into. This is often where I can find out how far I can push a feature or get unexpected results that lead me in new directions of inspiration. So I have three pictures that were taken in the same place as folks walked by and I wanted to see how Lightroom would handle them if I tried to merge them as…
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  • Complete List of the Best Looking Lightroom Film Presets

    danyalzia
    11 May 2015 | 1:25 pm
    Looking for 50 Best Lightroom Film Presets For Adobe Lightroom? We did the task for you! (This guide is in the series of Lightroom presets. Make sure to read the previous guides to get the “big picture”) Lightroom is a very powerful feature because of its extensive features of automating the tasks. One of its features is presets which speeds up the workflow as you can apply many changes within just a click! Presets allow you to easily save the configuration of the adjustment sliders in the develop module. Once your preset is saved, then you can apply it to many photos at a time,…
  • How To Install Lightroom Presets

    Mantas
    6 May 2015 | 10:24 am
    Lightroom presets are a great way to make a sequence of changes to a photo or a whole batch of photos with a click of a button. Sure enough, presets can save you heaps of time and enhance your images, but how exactly do you install them? This step by step list will show you how to install Lightroom presets in less than 2 minutes. The method is demonstrated on Lightroom CC, but the process is virtually the same on all Lightroom version and works for both – Mac and Windows. To begin, find the folder where you have downloaded your presets. Majority of the time presets will be downloaded in…
  • 50+ Best Lightroom Presets Free Download For Adobe Lightroom

    WP OB
    24 Apr 2015 | 5:12 pm
    Lightroom 5 Presets is what we are presenting today. This a great big collection of absolutely free and paid Adobe Lightroom 4/5/6 presets. These presets listed below have been collected from various sources, still – i’m sure there are so many other sources who are sharing nice presets for free. If you want to add your free preset in this list, please feel free to let me know in the comments. (Only the first three are premium Lightroom presets bundle) If you are new in this area, we recommend you also take a look at our Lightroom tutorials. Everything Bundle Lightroom Presets If…
  • Best black and white presets for lightroom 5

    WP OB
    1 Jan 2015 | 6:02 am
    In this article, you will find some best black and white lightroom 5 Presets to create beautiful b&w images with an ease. Black and white pictures are considered very emotional band touchy than the regular colorful images – b&w effects help many experienced and amateur photographers to create and show off their aesthetic sense of photography. Black and white photos could convey a great story in a smoothing way. Most of these Best black and white presets for lightroom 5 are highly tweak-able according to your needs – means you are going to have the complete control over…
  • 29 lightroom black and white presets for lightroom 5 & 4

    WP OB
    1 Jan 2015 | 4:20 am
    Here we present a collection of black and white presets for adobe lightroom. You can also check out lightroom wedding presets and lightroom portrait presets. We also listed 50 best free lightroom presets to download in this list. 1. 20 Unique Black & White LR Presets This lightroom black and white presets collection from Lookfilter is created by professional photographers to deliver the ultimate B&H photos with an ease.   Grab It   2. 100 Black & White Lightroom Presets This big collection of lightroom black and white presets comes from Symufa. These awesome lr Presets…
 
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